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Sweating - October 2nd 2012, 09:40 PM

I don't really know where this goes, but I REALLY need to talk to someone about it and it is WAY to awkward to bring up with my friends.
Ok, I guess my body is warm easy... And a lot of the time in school I get to warm and I guess I sweat a little? And when I stand up there is like a line of dampness where my butt was... And its REALLY awkward because I don't want people to notice and I'm always trying to shove my chair in really fast so no one can see.
I don't remember this happening always. It's just that I have put on some weight the last 4 to 5 years while being in university and that's the only correlation I currently can think of but I don't know what to do about it.

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Re: Sweating - October 5th 2012, 10:42 AM

The only thing I can think of is perhaps carry a hoody/jacket around that you have no intention of wearing and place it on the chair before you sit down? Whenever I put a jacket on the back of a chair I always tend to end up sitting on it due to wriggling around too much so I don't think it would necessarily look bizarre. Just make sure it's a dark color otherwise you'll be stuck with the same problem, just on the jacket.
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Re: Sweating - October 7th 2012, 12:09 PM

Hey there,

I know what you mean with this and I know quite a few people who get this. As suggested above perhaps sitting on a coat. I find that not wearing a jacket/cooler clothing helps, I know that sounds silly but being generally cooler helps a lot.
Everyone sweats and some people sweat more than others but if you feel its becoming a problem perhaps talk to your doctor and see if they can help you with it.

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Re: Sweating - October 9th 2012, 05:44 PM

Excessive sweating is actually a medical conditon. I am by NO means a doctor, for the record. I watching 'True Life- I have a weird medical condition" and the girl sweat excessively. She was able to go to doctors to get special deodorants and what not. Maybe it's worth bringing up with your doctor? It could help? Sorry I'm not any help, I figured I'd let you know that you're not alone, and that there are answers. However, it's best that you bring this up with your doctor, as I think it could help you.

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