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Excessive Buttocks Sweating
Yes, and... really limited utility because they cannot get a lot of drugs into you. However, it is a certain amount of electricity. Often people feel sore from it. Not safe from the neck on up (seizures, theoretically).
Not a treatment for sweating. DRYSOL is a prescription for that. ...Read more
I shave my butt hair and now its sweating buttocks how can I cure sweating buttocks? Its ruin my life im working as a houskeeper and we do heavy works
Powder: Use talcum or corn silk powder. Or any other medicated or men's powder. ...Read more
I've developed some sort of rash after being outside yesterday and sweating. Only on my groin and on the surface of my buttocks. What could it be?
What can I do for sweating in groin/inner buttocks area. I believe its causing reoccurring boils. I am female don't wear underwear. Should I try botox?
Wear underwear is my: First recommendation since the cotton absorb the sweet, the second option is botox. ...Read more
Doc my life ruined because of sweating in buttocks/buttcrack please help me to stop the sweat and the smell my life ruined im not gay?
Doctor can evaluate: A primary care doctor can evaluate to see if there is a medical cause, if there is an overall increase in sweating. The doctor may recommend a trial of antiperspirant, testing it on just one area first. Different clothing fabrics or designs may help. A last resort may be moving to a very dry climate (maybe arizona?). Being attracted to the same sex is not related to the buttcrack sweat level. ...Read more
Is the ionthoporesis machine can cure buttocks sweating?. I try drysol but it still sweating when i gonna poo or fart.... even when I put cornstarch
Not really: It is normal for you. People have different sweating patterns. ...Read more
My nephew has red raised bumps on arms legs buttocks and lower back. He is itching especially with sweating or showers, any ideas?
See the doctor: Rashes are one of the most difficult to diagnose accurately without being see. It maybe eczema, contact dermatitis or something as benign as keratosis pilaris. If you want an answer, the best thing to do is to see the doctor about it. In the mean time, ask him to keep skin moisturized, and not to have too warm a shower. ...Read more
It is 90 degrees & I am sweating, but why is my buttock/lower waste feel cold when I touch it even though all other part of body feel normal -warm?
Cold: It could be a host of various conditions. Please see your pcp for further evaluation. Could be metabolic or neurological or even vascular. ...Read more
Why always when rub my buttocks and sweats, It makes an itchy rash, but when I wash its gones away , but always happens, how to prevents, or what is?
What is this rash on my inside of buttocks, that happens when I walk too much and sweats, burn a little, they are in my profile pic, pink and raised?
Bitten by non-lyme tick 8 mos ago (tick was tested). Itchy rash over legs, arms, buttocks, weight loss and night sweats. What could be the cause? Thx
Many possibilities: Besides lyme, ticks can transmit many other infections including babesia, bartonella, ehrlichina, rickettsia and other types of borrelia. The tick testing negative for lyme does not rule out other infections. But your symptoms could be unrelated to the bite too! See a doc knowledgeable in tick-borne illness. Consider seeing a doc for general evaluation too, ideally a holistic doc. ...Read more
Hyperhidrosis: Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating of the underarms, palms, or soles of the feet or breasts. Treatment may involve over-the-counter antiperspirants, prescription antiperspirants, iontophoresis, medications, surgery, and botox. I prescribe 3% topical glycoyrrolate to be used as needed. ...Read more
When excessive sweating affects the hands, feet, and armpits, it's called primary or focal hyperhidrosis. Primary hyperhidrosis affects 2 — 3% of the population, yet less than 40% of patients with this condition seek medical advice. In the majority of primary hyperhidrosis cases, no cause can be found. It seems to run in families.
It can also occur from medical condition. See your doctor for a dx. ...Read more
Primary focal hyperhydrosis, can start in childhood and continue to adulthood effects 1to3%of population. It is probebely caused by malfunction of the nervous system and may run in families
genaralised hyperhydrosis, causes sweating all over the body. Has many causes like overactive thyroid, pregnancy, menopause, diabetese, alcoholism, heart failure, cancers like lymphoma and leukemia, some meds, infections. ...Read more
HYPERHIDROSIS : HYPERHIDROSIS OR EXCESSIVE sweating demands a thorough evaluation. A full exam and labs especially TFTS and HA1C to evaluate for diabetes. If the workup is normal, there is a topical therapy called DRYSOL. Also, Botox injections are very helpful and if that fails there are surgical options as well. ...Read more
They are not: Normally excessively sweaty, unless there is a condition that brings that about. Babies should not sweat when they are eating, or taking a cool comforting bath. Cold sweats can be a sign of congenital heart disease, infection or sleep apnea. If the baby is cooled, and he/she still sweats profusely, please take him/her to a doctor right away. Thanks for trusting in HealthTap. ...Read more
Aluminum chlorhydrat: Aluminum chlorhydrate is the best way to prevent sweating and is contained in numerous antiperspirants. There is a product called drysol your physician can prescribe for you that is very effective. In extreme cases there are some surgeries available but that would only be in very extreme cases. ...Read more
Yes: There are a few reasons for this. Someone 210 lb (i.e. 15 stone) is doing the work of someone 140 lb (10 stone), but carrying a 70 lb (5 stone) sack. More work=more energy=more heat. Also, fat cells are living cells that produce heat. The more cells you have, the more heat you produce, and the more you may have to sweat to dissipate excess heat. This is true at rest as well as with activity. ...Read more
No.: Talcum powder will absorb sweat that has already been excreted, but it cannot prevent sweating; your sweat glands don't know whether you are applying powder or not. Several preventative treatments, both topical and oral, are available, but most require a prescription. ...Read more