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Remedy for body odor

I'm a 24 year old female and I have been suffering with body odor (breath included) since puberty. However from 2006 to 2009, I was on birth control (Seasonale) which not only got rid of the B.O. but I also sweat less. Unfortunately, I dealt with extreme constipation while on the birth control. I don't know if I will go back on a different birth control anytime soon but I do want to get rid of the body odor again.
I am a nervous person so I will sweat under times of stress (mostly under my arms). But I will also sweat when I am calm. Using deodorant is almost a joke since my armpits are already sweaty by the time I dry off from a shower (and the bad smell is present after I wash and before I sweat). I have never had a problem with foot odor and I don't think I have a strong scent in general. The problem lies with my armpits, breath, and excessive sweating even when I'm not hot.
I do get headaches (dull pain in forehead and temples) from time to time and I have trouble focusing when I study. Although I am no longer constipated due to a hard stool, I do have hemorrhoids now, I still have to strain (with narrow stool), I have a very sensitive stomach and I'm always bloated. I have been a vegetarian for 10 years and though I don't always eat healthy, I - am - ALWAYS bloated. Personality wise, I'm shy, I tend to worry a lot (if that matters). I'm very sensitive to cold but when it is very hot, I get very lethargic and run down. I'm also very sensitive to whats going on in my body. Sometimes I can hear my pulse and it drives me crazy. Any muscle twitches, sensations---I notice them all. And I do have a tendency to become constipated when menstruating. Some of this information may be superfluous but I'm really trying to nix the odor problem without relying on a synthetic drug that has damaged my colon.
Thanks.
 
  BlueRuin on 2010-08-18
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Does your feet sweat a lot .

Does your head sweats during sleep .
 
vikas_grower last decade
Blue ruin,
Has any one pointed out to you about this odour?
If yes then what was ur reaction & how did you feel?
OR
Is it you that it causesa problem ( i mean to say that is you that dont like your own body odour

Regards,
Dr. Yogesh
 
yogeshrajurkar last decade
I do not sweat a lot from my feet or my head.
A friend once commented that someone around them had sweaty arm pits and my reaction was embarrassment. Instead of acknowledging it, I wanted to leave the room.
I definitely know there is an unpleasant smell coming from both my arm pits and breath.
My mother had the same problem when she was younger. She thinks it's hormones.
 
BlueRuin last decade
blue ruin,
Sulphur 30c single dose
Single dose is 3-4 drops of dilution in 15-20 ml of water to be taken on empty stomach in the morning.
repeat this on 3 consecutive mornings then wait for a week dont take any dose & report there after,
Regards,

Dr.Yogesh
 
yogeshrajurkar last decade
Does it matter if I take it in tablet form instead of liquid?
 
BlueRuin last decade
Dissolve tablets instead of drops it doesnt matter.

Dr. Yogesh
 
yogeshrajurkar last decade

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