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Profuse sweating of armpits runs down body even when not active feet sweat profusely too always drenched help!
Swollen glands , gone down, as the glands where up, lower back pain andabdomen, nightsweats, sleepness, all coming back to normal now weird feelings chest?
Needs check up: Many. Possibilities , please see your ocor. ...Read more
Sweat profusely in armpits and behind legs. You can see it through my clothes. Sitting on a leather chair also makes my legs sweat bad. What can help?
Hyperhidrosis: Profuse sweating may be due to an overactive thyroid,fever,aspirin,or estrogen deficiency but you are too young for the latter. Sometimes there is no known cause. These overactive sweat glands have been treated with external applications of antiperspirants or with surgery. Start with a consultation with a dermatologist for evaluation and perhaps a referral to another specialist will be made ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
This just started to happen to me.i feel my arm hairs moving and even at night ,but keep walking up in sweat legs chest back in sweat?
My armpits, hands and feet sweat a lot and even clinical protection deodorant doesn't help my armpit sweat. Any suggestions?
Sweating : I would reduce eating and drinking anything with caffeine . That will help some. Regarding feet you can ask your doctor about rx drysol . There is a surgical procedure that can be done for the armpit sweating but you would need to see a specialist for that and have a consult. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Neck and upper back feeling like its streching. Tingling radiates down arms. They numb when i lay on arms. It goes away but then comes back? Cause?
Doctor can check: Walking is mild exercise, so if a person doing mild exercise starts to sweat a lot (but did not used to), he might now be out of shape, anemic, have a hormonal problem, have a weaker heart, be suffering medication effects, etc... So, a primary care doctor can evaluate to see if there is any medical disorder. If no disorder is found, then the person can gradually exercise to get back into shape. ...Read more
When I'm outside my groin, back, chest, underneath my boobs vagina and behind my knees sweat badly. Especially when it's warm out Why??
Are you obese?: If you are obese, then the excessive sweating is a common way for your body to cool itself as it is overheated. If you are not obese, but living your life in an A/C environment, then your body is reacting properly to the heat. If you are sweating profusely indoors with normal temperatures, have your MD check you for thyroid problems. ...Read more
Furuncles: Hidraadenitisis a deeper i flammation of sweat glands. Overweight and or diabetes can lead to s'more superficial recurrent info tion caused by staph and or strep. Antibiotics are needed based on sensitivity. Preventive measures for furuncles are antibacterial soap and oral vitamin c. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Having pain in chest, back, both armpits and pain radiates down armpits towards elbows. Pain more severe when resting and armpit pain comes in pairs
May be serious: How long have you had these symptoms and how severe are they? If of recent onset and pain is 10 out 10, it is safest to go to the er or even to call 911. If you have had these symptoms slowly progressing over a few months, then see your doctor. Possible causes are broad depending on the rest of your symptoms and exam (aortic dissection, spinal stenosis, cardiac, lung, esophageal). ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Have lumps inside of skin pop up in feet, hands, thighs, shoulders, back, back of neck and head for 3+ months, inflamed and painful they come-n-go?
MRI: Need orthopedic evaluation.Get a more detailed answer ›
Night sweat last night, painfuk left armpit and chest glands, veins aching randomly all over my body for few secs then pain will migrate, cough ?
Burning pain back of neck/head. Forehead/scalp tingles, headache, neck cracks when I turn in any direction. Pain in my forearms down to wrists, help?
These symptoms: do not represent a unifying diagnosis. You need to see health care professional for an evaluation and examination. ...Read more