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Anybody suffer from excess armpit sweat?

Anybody suffer from excess armpit sweat?

I know it’s kind of a gross topic, but it happens to me. It’s not malodorous, just as embarassing as hell. I’ve tried clinical strength stuff, I’ve tried putting it on before I go to bed, I’ve tried combining it with baby powder and nothing seems to work. Anybody have any suggestions?

P.S. I’m talking about as much pitting as you have ever seen in your life. It’s that bad!

I shave my arm pits and that’s helped a lot. Granted I never sweat through a shirt before. I just find it eliminated the small odor I got.


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Yes I have this as well, it may seem like such a minor inconvenience but it’s a major road block in my life. Especially now that it is summer but I sweat like crazy in winter too so x). It literally drips down my pits and face. And that’s when I am just sitting down in a bus or something. So never mind meeting new people because it is like you said gross and pretty weird too.
For my upper body (huge pit stains) I wear polyester or dark shirts, usually a combination of both. You can’t see the stains on polyester. I have tried the strongest anti-transpirants that you can get from a doctor but they simply don’t help. This doesn’t help my face and it is not very fashionable so I am going to try a medicine people with hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating) use. It’s called Ditropan (Robinul is also used). It is supposed to be in the mail in a couple of days so I’ll report back to you if it works. You can google it for further detail and on how it works.

And just fyi I’m not fat since I can imagine you imagining so, I run marathons and am a gymnast with a healthy diet to boot.

I sweat more than most people, particularly my face, but also pits, chest and back. Very annoying, people always think it’s weird.

I usually just carry an extra shirt, which is not ideal, but it helps a little.

Originally Posted by spacer
Yes I have this as well, it may seem like such a minor inconvenience but it’s a major road block in my life. Especially now that it is summer but I sweat like crazy in winter too so x). It literally drips down my pits and face. And that’s when I am just sitting down in a bus or something. So never mind meeting new people because it is like you said gross and pretty weird too.
For my upper body (huge pit stains) I wear polyester or dark shirts, usually a combination of both. You can’t see the stains on polyester. I have tried the strongest anti-transpirants that you can get from a doctor but they simply don’t help. This doesn’t help my face and it is not very fashionable so I am going to try a medicine people with hyperhydrosis (excessive sweating) use. It’s called Ditropan (Robinul is also used). It is supposed to be in the mail in a couple of days so I’ll report back to you if it works. You can google it for further detail and on how it works.

And just fyi I’m not fat since I can imagine you imagining so, I run marathons and am a gymnast with a healthy diet to boot.

Had you ever tried drysol? Someone recommended that to me, but I don’t think I’ve ever tried it.

I’ll be sure to check out that stuff you have ordered. And yes, please let me know if it works for you.

I eat healthy too and am a bodybuilder.

For sweaty palms, they sometimes operate (cut off?) a small nerve in the wrist, as I recall. Works fine most often, but sometimes goes awry with pain/loss of feeling or whatever it was. I think they’ve tried using botox on that nerve as a temporary (and safe) fix. Anyway, seems that in some cases nerves are at fault.

Myself, I use deodorant without antiperspirant agents - especially aluminum but also the witch hazel stuff in natural versions make me suddenly sweat and sweat and sweat… Supposedly the antiperspirants make the sweat cells clog up (=unhealthy) or in my case go overboard. As long as I use a perfumed deodorant I’m fine, but if I use an antiperspirant I’m fucked. I actually learned about that from a David DeAngelo CD years ago :)


regards, mgus

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I sweat profusely under my arm pits as well my lower and upper back. In junior high it was a big problem I was drenched just sitting down watching tv and while at school became worse I was teased constantly about it. Now that I’m older it’s better than it was when I was younger but it’s still bad. Quite a few times I sweat through my tshirt AND my jean jacket =( Horrible for interviews as well basically like someone poured a bucket over me. I’ve tried different antiperspirants, even tried drysol which worked for a short time but problem still came about so now I just wear deodorant and if I sweat a bunch and people comment on it I just tell them I get hot easily or I had something spicy to eat earlier and it’s kicking in now.

I talked to a doctor about it before and there was the botox root where they inject botox into your sweat glands to kill them off pretty much and it works but every few months I believe you had to go back to get it done, also my doctor commented on if you get botox in your armpit sweat glands and your body is over heating then the sweat will find another area of your body to come out of. So would you rather sweat outta your armpits or have a big sweat stain on the seat of your pants? Is what he told me lol so I just said I’ll just wait and see if the problem goes away by itself and never went back to chat bout it.

Iron,

did your doc talk about hyperthyroidism? According to wikipedia, one “major clinical sign” is sweating. Relatively mild hyperthyroidism ought to increase body temp without the other (more awful) symptoms.

“Signs and symptoms

Major clinical signs include weight loss (often accompanied by an increased appetite), anxiety, intolerance to heat, hair loss, muscle aches, weakness, fatigue, hyperactivity, irritability, hypoglycemia, apathy, polyuria, polydipsia, delirium, tremor, pretibial myxedema, and sweating. Additionally, patients may present with a variety of symptoms such as palpitations and arrhythmias (notably atrial fibrillation), shortness of breath (dyspnea), loss of libido, nausea, vomiting, and diarrhea.[citation needed] Long term untreated hyperthyroidism can lead to osteoporosis. These classical symptoms may not be present often in the elderly.”


regards, mgus

Taped onto the dashboard of a car at a junkyard, I once found the following: "Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement." The car was crashed.

Primary goal: To have an EQ above average (i.e. streetsmart, compassionate about life and happy) Secondary goal: to make an anagram of my signature denoting how I feel about my gains

Mgus,

He might have mentioned something to me but I honestly don’t remember it was 10 years ago when I went. I’m going to go for some blood work to check cholesterol levels in a week or two so I’ll ask him see if he can check things out.

I sweat alot as well from armpits. I dont even have to be hot and I will have a trickle of sweat run down my arm. I have found using “degree” has worked the best. I mean I still sweat while active but it has helped some.


"Confidence is a hell of a drug!"

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Iron,

Good idea to ask for a status check of just about everything - cholesterol, testosterone, thyroid values etc. Might seem unnecessary to the good doc but it’s good to have baseline to compare with in five years time. The accepted values might have a span that is quite large and still “normal” - for instance for Thyroid hormone T4 it’s 10-22 pmol/L (according to the test I just got back from Unilabs in Sweden). As an individual, a value of 13 might be normal and good, and if it rises to 21 it might be real bad for you but still within normal range. So if you come in later you might be falling ill but still have “normal” values and therefore not get the correct treatment in time. Knowing your own benchmark is good.

I felt kind of silly asking for more in depth tests than they normally took - TSH and T4 being common, and I wanted to know about T3 and cortisol in order to find the root cause of my depression - but my doc is OK and tossed in an extra test as well, for antibodies P-TPO-ak. These antibodies tell you the activity of autoimmune attack on the thyroid gland, and they should be <35. My test value was 73. That in itself isn’t critical, but it’s damn good to know that this is happening - so that I don’t come in with diffuse heart problems and a semi-shot vascular system in five years time. Suddenly I didn’t feel so silly anymore.


regards, mgus

Taped onto the dashboard of a car at a junkyard, I once found the following: "Good judgement comes from experience. Experience comes from bad judgement." The car was crashed.

Primary goal: To have an EQ above average (i.e. streetsmart, compassionate about life and happy) Secondary goal: to make an anagram of my signature denoting how I feel about my gains

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