Hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis Treatment

Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive or abnormal sweating, especially when it isn’t related to heat or exercise. While this condition has little effect on your health, it can disrupt your daily activities and affect your self-esteem. Fortunately, Wymore Laser offers a safe, effective excessive sweating treatment.

Do you suffer from excessive sweating? Injectables can help. With treatment, neurotoxins are injected near sweat gland to reduce their activity. This decreases perspiration, but still allows the glands to function.

Treatments for hyperhidrosis

Hyperhidrosis is the medical term for excessive or abnormal sweating, especially when it isn’t related to heat or exercise. While this condition has little effect on your health, it can disrupt your daily activities and affect your self-esteem. Fortunately, Wymore Laser offers a safe, effective excessive sweating treatment.

Do you suffer from excessive sweating? Injectables can help. With treatment, neurotoxins are injected near sweat gland to reduce their activity. This decreases perspiration, but still allows the glands to function.

Medications for hyperhidrosis cure

  1. Prescription antiperspirant: Usually, medical practitioners prescribe an antiperspirant, preferably with aluminum chloride. It is applied to the targeted area right before you sleep. Every morning, the patient has to wash it off. If it irritates the eyes or skin, hydrocortisone cream may help.
  2. Nerve-blocking drugs: The oral prescription blocks the chemicals allowing specific nerves to communicate. It significantly minimizes sweating for some patients. However, a dry mouth, bladder issues, and blurred vision are potential side effects.
  3. Prescription creams: If the condition mainly affects the face and head, this cream containing glycopyrrolate may be helpful.
  4. Botulinum toxin injections: Treatment incorporating Botox, Myobloc, and others may block the nerves that cause abnormal sweating. Before performing the treatment, the skin will be iced or anesthetized. The injections are then administered to every affected area. It can be painful, with some patients temporarily experiencing muscle weakness; however, the effects go up to twelve months.
  5. Surgical and other procedures for hyper sweating treatment include microwave therapy, sweat gland removal, and nerve surgery.

 

What To Expect During Treatment

Before treatment begins, you’ll be given a thorough examination, and our staff will ask you a series of questions to specifically identify the areas of excessive perspiration. Then we’ll create a customized treatment plan.

Our experienced injectors will then make a series of injections, which typically take 10 to 15 minutes. Discomfort is minimal, and after a brief wait to make sure you have no adverse reactions, you can resume your daily routine.

What Are The Results Of Treatment?

After treatment, you’ll begin to notice a reduction in perspiration in a few days. The treatment will produce changes over a couple of weeks before reaching optimal results. The reduction in perspiration will last three to four months, at which time an additional treatment will be needed to maintain results. Your injector will help you create a treatment schedule.

How To Learn More

We’re happy to give you full details on this treatment and help you determine how it will work for you. Schedule an appointment today.

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