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Profusely sweating feet, no improvement with various home remedies. What could be the cause?

I have been having really sweaty feet to the point where I have to change socks and put paper towel in my shoes. I spray them at least 3x times a day with the foot powder.I have tried the over the counter creams for athlete feet, I have soaked them in tea (from internet) and lot s of soaking in bleach and water. Not sure if you can help or can point me in the direction of who. This started probably around May. I just thought could use the over the counter meds, they have not improved. I have read it could be the hormones or just part of hot flashes
Asked On : Mon, 30 Jul 2012
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hi i think it is plantar hyperhydrosis .it may be congenital.infectious,menopause,anxiety and nutritional presents as profuse sweating of the feet .sometimes it is associated with palmar hyperhydrosis especially in congenital can be treated with vitamion e supplementation sprinkling absorb powder in the morning and applying aldry lotion over the plantar aspect cures it
if no response u can try iontophorosis .if still no response butox injections can be given.
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