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Sweating >.> - December 8th 2013, 04:53 PM

I think i do sweat more than the average person. I use anti-perspirant deodorant twice/sometimes three times a day but I'm still sweating under my armpits. It's gross It has gotten worse over the past few months.


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Re: Sweating >.> - December 8th 2013, 05:02 PM

What deodorant are you using? I've found that some deodorants just don't work for me so maybe trying a new one will help.

There's some of the stronger deodorants too but they can be quite pricey so I'd suggest trying a cheaper one first. Mitchum worked quite well for me and it's supposed to last 72 hours so it's one you could try.
   
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Re: Sweating >.> - December 8th 2013, 05:03 PM

I have the same sort of thing, but mainly for my hands and feet. I've looked into it before and it's something called excessive sweating (it has a more technical term). I've been to the doctors about it and they prescribed a strong antiperspirant. It didn't work for me unfortunately, it's hard when it's your hands and feet but it might work for you!

Other than that, I know there are a few things that can be done medically to help so seeing your doctor might be a good idea. A bit of internet research on excessive sweating might answer some of your questions too.

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Re: Sweating >.> - December 8th 2013, 05:09 PM

I'm using this right now:

http://www.chemistdirect.co.uk/right...id_34184958103

A lot of deodorants make me sneeze for some unknown reason :') That one is one of the few that doesn't.

I'll give Mitchum a go I will tell my doctor if it doesn't seem to get any better.


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Re: Sweating >.> - December 8th 2013, 05:18 PM

Some deodorants I find aren't as good as they smell. Some say 24-48 hour protection but it's more for someone who doesn't perspire all that much. I find using Sanex can be really good because they smell decent and are very good when in situations you'd usually perspire a lot. A friend of mine knows someone who uses a special type of cream to numb the areas which does stop the sweat glands from producing sweat though I'm not sure how safe it actually is. You could see your GP and see what they'd recommend, they may even find a way to prevent some of your glands from producing as much sweat as you currently are, but allow for you to perspire.


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Re: Sweating >.> - December 9th 2013, 07:03 PM

Make sure it is an anti-perspirant and not just a deodorant.
   
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