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What Are The Specific Symptoms Of Hyperhidrosis?

What Are The Specific Symptoms Of Hyperhidrosis?

My body temperature seems to just run hot constantly to the point my partner and i sometimes sleep with a sheet between us as im too hot to touch is this a symptom of hyperhiddosis
I do also sweat quite a lot and am often quite embarrassed especially when out. Not from everywhere but generally my body is just hot and then my face starts dripping to the point of having to carry a facewasher everywhere
How do i get diagnosed?
I have addressed with gp and was sent for bloods to check just… read more

A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

I'm always hot. N as soon as I move I'm sweating from the head aaaarrrrrrrrrhhhhhhh

posted over 2 years ago
A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

yes my skin is quite warm always but yet I have no temperature. The sweating this summer has been the worst. What kind of shot are you getting? I was told I am very low on VIT D too and take prescription strength Vit D's from the dr. No way could I handle the sun

edited, originally posted 11 months ago
A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

Does the vitamin D help with the sweating ... my Dr , when I mentioned the sweating from the head/face, told me it was caused by 2 of the meds I am taking.

posted 11 months ago
A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

Vit d and b6 will be def with hyperhydrosis. It does me.

posted 11 months ago
A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member said:

I too have had every blood test imaginable for this sweating issue. I guess next step is to go to the dermatologist. I will share the info I have learned from many of you on here like getting prescribed oxybutynin, glyopyrrate, propantheline. Google states they are all for sweating.

posted about 2 years ago
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