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Hyperhidrosis Excessive Sweating

Hyperhidrosis is a common condition where a person sweats excessively, and much more than the body needs to regulate its temperature. Excessive sweating doesn’t usually pose a serious threat to a person’s health, but it can be embarrassing and distressing. A treatment or combination of treatments can be found that will control their symptoms to an acceptable level and allow a better quality of life.

How is the treatment carried out?
Sometimes you may need to try a combination of treatments. And even if your sweating improves after treatment, it may recur. Botox, for example, may minimize sweating for up to 12 months.
How many treatments will I need?
If an underlying medical condition is contributing to the problem, that condition will be treated first. If no clear cause can be found, treatment focuses on controlling excessive sweating.
What can I expect after treatment?
The results and duration are depending on the treatment course. this will be discussed in details during your consultation.
Are there any side effects?
This will depend on the appropriate treatment course. Your consultation at decrease will cover any possible side effects after a treatment is identified.
Reduce sweating
Gain body confidence
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