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Botox for excessive sweating - July 28th 2016, 07:28 AM

Hi everyone, I am 15 and my armpits get sweat easily. I'm an athlete and I have practise almost all the day after the class hours. I can't even run one round and I am getting over sweat with really bad smell. This makes me feel guilty.I have tried using some perfumes and powders, but that makes the smell worse and I am feeling uncomfortable to be there in a group. I get sweat even if I am not running or doing something hard. My armpits just get wet even if I am sitting idle. While searching about this, I found that taking Botox injection can control excessive sweating. So I am thinking to take it from Med-Aesthetics, but my doubt is that w8ill it be a good option for me as I am just 15? Suggestions, please.
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Re: Botox for excessive sweating - July 30th 2016, 08:34 PM

Hi there,

Since you are only 15, there might be some trouble trying to get Botox or doing anything too big like it. I suggest talking to your doctor and bringing up your concerns if some of the things you have tried haven't worked. I know occasionally doctors can recommend special products that sometimes require a prescription to get like creams and powders that might work better than over the counter items. It might also help to try a different deodorant?

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Re: Botox for excessive sweating - July 31st 2016, 03:51 PM

I know how this feels. I have this problem too.... its called hyperheridrosis. It might be worth seeing a Dr. I saw my DR and managed to get a deodrant on pre-scription that worked by blocking the sweat pores and stopped me sweating like so much. Maybe see your Dr first and talk to your Dr. It's a medical condition and there is treatment avliable like prescription deodrants from your Dr.

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