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Hyperhidrosis is excessive sweating, an over production of eccrine glands that creates a weak salt solution. It can be primary or secondary.

  • Primary –starts in childhood or adolescence, and may persist lifelong typically involves armpits, palms and soles, may have a family history and usually gets better at night. Other triggers are hot weather, exercise, fever, anxiety, spicy food, meds

  • Secondary – less common, may be generalized, can occur during sleep and can be due to a medical condition.


  • Antiperspirants

  • Glycopyrrolate Pads

  • Botox Injections

  • Iontophoresis

  • Medications

  • Lasers and Surgery 

To schedule a consultation with one of our Dermatologists regarding hyperhidrosis, a doctor's referral is required.

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