Profuse SweatingPLEASE HELP!! My social life is non-existent due to excessive sweating. I sweat if it's hot or cold, year round, but defintely worse as temperature climbs. I sweat from my hands/feet, right armpit and groin. There is also an odor, which caused me to lose my job. This happens whether I'm relaxed or upset, worried or not. When I sweat, I get very cold and want to be covered or in the sun, but it only improves temporarily to return. I cannot pinpoint anything dietary or otherwise. I do take clorophyll daily to help with odor. Had sucess with a combo of Drionic/Odaban, but after several months of use, I had unexplained kidney bleeding for one month and ankle swelling and arthritis for 18 months. Discontinued Drionic/Odaban and no more arthritis, but sweating worse than ever. Have lost my job and I am becoming more and more reclusive due to embarrassment and ridicule from pit stain and odor. I sleep very well, all night and always have. I will sometimes awaken soaked from sweat if too many blankets, but I cannot stand to go without covers. Improves slightly if I wear socks. I am lactose intolerant and have been diaagnosed with MVP. Am allergic to tetracycline. I have never taken homeopathic medicine before, and this is my major complaint. I do suffer from hammer toes frequently (when dehydrated), and occasional heart palpitations, and I do have a yellow spot in white of left eye with a dark circle in the corner of the right eye (people think I have a black eye if I don't wear makeup). Other family members suffer from heavy underarm sweat, but not the palmar, plantar and groin. Adolescent son also complaining of palmar & plantar sweat. Thank you for listening.
lex420 on 2009-05-01
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