This is a surprisingly common problem in some young children. The cause is not usually obvious but may run in families.Treatment is rather difficult. There are some special antiperspirants that you can try on your son's hands and feet which may help. This are not the normal anti-perspirant and you will need to speak to your pharmacist about this. If he does not respond to this treatment then you should take him to see a dermatologist.
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