Hyperhidrosis

What is Hyperhidrosis?

Hyperhidrosis is a condition wherein there is excessive production of sweat by the sweat glands. Hyperhidrosis is seen in increased sympathetic activity, adrenal hyperplasia, etc.

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hello Im 30 years old and have uncontrollable sweat in my underarms. i don't have to be doing anything fir the sweat to drip and/or run down my...

doctor1 MD

Hi, XXXXXX,

Thanks for query.

You are having hyperhidrosis in axillae.

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Although neurologic, metabolic, and other systemic diseases can...

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I have hyperhidrosis of the back of my head. I have not tried anything yet.
Is there any medical drug I can take for...

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Brief Answer:
No oral medicines helpful

Detailed Answer:
Hi

Since you have localised hyperhidrosis,no oral medicines would be helpful in...

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