I've had hyperhidrosis for more than 15 years. I find most Dr's don't know anything about it. I did try the med. (can't remember the name) it didn't help much and it made me feel weird. I have been on different help sites and it's pretty much the same questions with really no solutions.
I did not have a problem with excessive sweating until I had a spinal cord stimulator implanted with a battery in my spine and back. I turned the stimulator off for about two weeks, but it made no difference so I turned it back on. As I am typing this, my neck, shoulders, back and head are sweating and feel like there is a thin layer of ice covering the sweat, making me very cold even though it is 70 degrees in this room. I know that spinal cord injuries can cause sweating and I'm wondering if… read more
Nape of neck, scalp sweats terrible. My hair is usually wet and frizzy
What about scalp and face hyperhydrosis there is no antiperspirant for my head
I have been asking my doctor about a possible antiperspirant to give me some relief from the head and face sweats, even if only to be able to dress up and go on a night out
Let's hope we can… read more
Has anyone heard that the medication used for treating hyperhidrosis can lead to memory loss. This is what my dermatologist told me. I’m 71 so worried about this possible side effect
Which medications was your dermatologist talking about? I had not heard this yet but I too am interested.
I feel that I have never come out of the menopause, however I started on antidepressants around what should have been close to the end of the menopause and wonder if this might be responsible for the continued symptoms
I have the same issue