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Have antiperspirants or showers managed the problem? If not, you might bring the chart to your next appointment and talk it over with your doctor.
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International Hyperhidrosis Society: “Understanding Hyperhidrosis;” “Preparing for Your Doctor’s Appointment;” and “Diagnosing Hyperhidrosis.”
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