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Hyperhidrosis / Sweaty Palms and Feet

Hyperhidrosis / Sweaty Palms and Feet - Symptoms

Localised hyperhidrosis is the most common type and affects certain body sites, commonest being the palms, soles, armpits, face and scalp. It usually begins in childhood or adolescence and may improve with age.

Generalised hyperhidrosis is uncommon and can be caused by some illnesses, e.g. infections and hormonal conditions (menopause, diabetes, hyperthyroidism). Some medications can also cause excessive sweating.

Hyperhidrosis / Sweaty Palms and Feet - How to prevent?

Hyperhidrosis / Sweaty Palms and Feet - Causes and Risk Factors

Hyperhidrosis / Sweaty Palms and Feet - Diagnosis

Hyperhidrosis / Sweaty Palms and Feet - Preparing for surgery

Hyperhidrosis / Sweaty Palms and Feet - Post-surgery care

Hyperhidrosis / Sweaty Palms and Feet - Other Information

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