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Life Sciences => Physiology & Medicine => Topic started by: DrJekyllMrHyde48 on 05/03/2021 11:21:15

Title: Hyperhidrosis: How to deal with sweaty hands
Post by: DrJekyllMrHyde48 on 05/03/2021 11:21:15
Hi! My hands sweat a lot. I've had this condition since I was a litte kid. Also, I talked to my dermatologist about my problem and I tried some treatment which didn't help. Nevermind, Id appreciate some tips and trick on how to handle this situation, especially in social contexts.
Title: Re: Hyperhidrosis: How to deal with sweaty hands
Post by: Zer0 on 20/03/2021 20:14:00
Hello there @DrJekyllMrHyde48
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Thanks to You both...i figured out I've got Hyperhidrosis!
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I found this Link amusing & helpful...maybe you both might too.
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https://www.everydayhealth.com/hyperhidrosis/memes-hilariously-relatable/

P.S. - You got more of that split personality serum?
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Can i have sum?
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Title: Re: Hyperhidrosis: How to deal with sweaty hands
Post by: ester29 on 23/03/2021 17:32:16
Hello everyone! My cousin has hyperhidrosis since she was a child but her situation has changed! The last year she was treated with botox (her hands were injected with botox) and one month later, she realized that hyperhidrosis has gotten better. Also, this year due to the use of hydroalcoholic gel seem that helps her to maintain the hyperhidrosis out! I hope this could be useful for you  :)
Title: Re: Hyperhidrosis: How to deal with sweaty hands
Post by: Zer0 on 24/03/2021 07:50:00
@ester29

Hello There!
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Liked the way You explained likely solutions...in such a Simplified manner.
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I was wondering, does Botox treatment cost alot?
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Say in comparison to using baby powder to keep sweaty hands dry?

Also a bit of a personal question..You may Not answer it if you do not wish to..
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But, were there any complications in the case of your Cousin in regards to Botox Treatment?
& Also does the Hydroalcoholic gel seem to have any side effects?

I was also thinking, folks suffering from Hyperhidrosis must have been Adviced to drink lots of water, Right?
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To fight general dehydration.

P.S. - From All of US...Welcome to the TNS Forum!
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