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How can I control excessive sweating?

Hi, im 16 going on 17, i use deodorant evry day and put a good amount on but, in like an hour i start to sweat under my arms, im not nervous scared, have tempreure or anything im just normal. \but i sweat alot and goes all over my tshirt a nd is really embrassing. i wear a jacket to hide it and it semms to be worse. The other day sweat was half way down my right side, i have shaved under my arms, and used about 4 type of deodurant but nothing is working.
Asked On : Fri, 6 Apr 2012
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some people sweat more,some people less. That's normal. You should check few blood parameter ( hemogram, LFT, Thyroid function, catecholamines,cortisol, growth hormone,sex hormones,blood sugar- fasting and post prandial). Have you take daily alcohol or any drug? If all these are normal, then this symptom of excessive sweating( hyperhydrosis) can be controlled by sympathetic ganglia(nerve) block injection by pain speciallist in pain clinic of any big hospital.


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