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Top 4 Search Results for "Iontophoresis"

A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member asked a question 💭

I use it on my little girl and I tryed it too but we feel not thing from it are u meant to feel something

A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member

Hi, has iontophoresis worked on your daughter ? Was thinking of buying this but dont want to waste £300 if it doesnt work x

Is There Any New Treatment For Excessive Sweating Of The Feet
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This hospital is in Iowa but seems like a very viable solution.

What Are The Best Treatments For Hyperhydrosis?
A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member asked a question 💭

I tried Iontopheresis (for my hands and feet) and whilst this worked it didn’t completly stop the sweating so my dermatologist recommended botox. I could only have it in my hands and it only worked for 2 months. I have also tried medication but it made my mouth so dry i had to stop. What other treatments are available? And what treatments have people found to be the most effective?

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Do u need a prescription for that.

Groin Sweating, Anyone In The UK Used Any Products That Help?
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My Hyperhidrosis is mainly my groin, back and chest with the groin being by far the worst area. I've tried Iontophorisis and all the medications they can offer me but with no success. I can't afford BOTOX injections sadly. Is there anything anyone from the UK has used in the groin area that has helped? All I seem to come across are products in the US and Canada.

A MyHyperhidrosisTeam Member

For your groin ,back, and chest try a fragrance free roll-on anti perspirant deodorant like Mitchum or whatever you have. Wash it off your body every night before going to bed and reapply daily… read more