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how to get help

only a medical professional can diagnose hyperhidrosis

Since hyperhidrosis is a medical condition of the skin, it is usually diagnosed and treated by a dermatologist (a healthcare professional who specializes in skin conditions).

However, your primary care doctor may also be able to provide you with information and advice.

Talking to a medical professional whom you feel comfortable with is an important first step in managing excessive sweating.

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“In working with my doctor, we think we have found a good balance for me while I still feel great on the inside and out.”

- Ariel H.

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One study showed that only 51% of people with hyperhidrosis have discussed it with their doctor.

The key is: Don’t put it off. Diagnosis of hyperhidrosis is often delayed because people are too embarrassed to discuss their condition with a healthcare professional. Starting the conversation may be easier than you think… especially with a little help.

CREATE YOUR OWN ACTION PLAN FOR TAKING ON EXCESSIVE SWEAT (INSTEAD OF HIDING IT).

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