WELCOME TO Dr. Showrya Gadde Excessive Sweating

While sweating is a perfectly normal response to high temperatures or physical exertion, there are times when excessive sweating, known as hyperhidrosis, can occur for different reasons. Factors like obesity, pregnancy, neurological conditions, thyroid hormone imbalances, and certain medications can all contribute to this condition.

It's worth noting that there isn't always a single identifiable cause, and many individuals fall into the category of primary hyperhidrosis. Fortunately, there are effective treatments available, including topical therapies, iontophoresis, and the injection of botulinum toxin.

Botulinum toxin, in particular, has proven to be a successful option for managing excessive sweating. It targets the sweat glands and effectively reduces perspiration. These results typically last anywhere from four to six months, providing relief and comfort for those dealing with hyperhidrosis.