I wonder whether you get it while sleeping? By definition' Idiopathic focal sweating' in specific areas are singularly free from excess sweating, during sleep because these relate to mainly emotional type of sweating.
Over-the-counter antiperspirants contain
metal salts, the most common being aluminum chloride hexahydrate.
Botox is used in refractory cases but I do not know whether FDI recognizes it in perineal hyperhidrosis.
Do consult your physician.
Regards and my good wishes.
Then it is focal hyperhidrosis suggesting a parasympathetic nerve dysfunction
Severe cases need internal medication like clonidine.Local surgical treatment,botox are other treatments available but are used in difficult cases.
Most cases would find some improvement with external application of aluminum chloride hexahydrate.
Well i called my derm she said to stop all creams and powders and chnage soap which i used selsum blue. Just spray antispersperant. ANd hey it worked i was not wet last night at all. so i guess creams, powders and selsum blue could do it.
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