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how to control sweat under arms ?!

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Dr. Frank Armstrong
23 years experience Dermatology
Aluminum chloride: Try otc maxim or certain dry. If that doesn't work your optio s are: prescription strength drysol, Botox injections by your dermatologist, iontophoresis with the fisher or drionic device, surgery called sympathectomy or pills called robinul (glycopyrrolate).
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