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Posted by: Anonymous | 2010/06/24

Sweating

Doctor, I am using Driclor and also have used Perspirex, but find at times I still perspire. What else can I use please. Thank you

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Hallo Anonymous
Discuss with your doctor - something like Probanthine tablets may help but you will need a prescription. Other options are Botox injections in the affected areas or a type of operation called a sympatectomy
See http://www.medicinenet.com/hyperhidrosis/article.htm
Dr Bets

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Our users say:
Posted by: Help | 2010/06/25

Hi
I have done the botox injections a few times and it works wonders. It is expensive but it is completely worth it. You can go to a plastic surgen and even some beauty spas now. It lasted for me nearly a year and now when I use the Driclor is works just to up keep it.

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Posted by: Cyberdoc | 2010/06/24

Hallo Anonymous
Discuss with your doctor - something like Probanthine tablets may help but you will need a prescription. Other options are Botox injections in the affected areas or a type of operation called a sympatectomy
See http://www.medicinenet.com/hyperhidrosis/article.htm
Dr Bets

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