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i am 32 years old man, i have a problem of excessive sweating but it seems my right side of the body getting more sweating then left side of the body?

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Dr. Rajnish Jaiswal
23 years experience Emergency Medicine
Get it checked: Excessive sweating, or Hyperhidrosis, can be a very challenging condition with lasting psychosocial ramifications. If you feel that you sweat more than you should then you need to see a doctor and figure out whether this is just a benign condition( likely) or part of a constellation of syndromes. Medical and surgical treatment modalities exists but you need to get a full work up before hand.
Answered on Jul 13, 2014

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