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Body Odor

I have a constant horrible body odor despite having good hygiene and after taking a shower. It smells sour like vinegar and mainly come from my armpits. It started 4 years ago but it got worse each year. I have excessive sweating problem but i still stink even when i'm not sweating. Sweating make it worse though. I tried many things like antibacterial soaps, deodorants, antiperspirant with 20% aluminium, antibiotic cream, chlorophyll, tea tree oil, activated charcoal, bentonite clay, vegan diet, ect but nothing seemed to work.

I have some digestive problem like IBS. I'm also allergic to dairy and gluten intolerant, but i don't think it has any relation to my body odor. can i use sulphur, psorinum or hepar sulph for treating this condition?
  1288 on 2017-11-28
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How much you drink water how much you pee.pl inform.
akshaymohl 4 years ago
I drink 1-2 liter of water per day, but i pee quite often
1288 4 years ago
Nat mur 30 one dose daily for three days and then weekly one dose.pl drink one glass of water after two hours and donot retain urine.
akshaymohl 4 years ago

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