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Hi evry one thought i,d let u all know i had to c a dermertoligist yesterday, the problem was my hands have been very bad have not been able 2 work all this week as they are sore open wounds etc
I thought it might be a reaction to nail products but thank god its not. I have actually got over active sweat glands in my hands, i usally wear cotton gloves when blending etc so not to get naildust on my palms but this is not going to help me in future any suggetions as how i can overcome this problem, i am also a beauty therapist
 

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Hiya

I know its a bit drastic but i think i read somewhere about an operation for overactive sweat glands.
 

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eeeek i hope i dont have 2 have that
 

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;) i said it was drastic! lol :eek: :o
 

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just a thought, I know Botox is being used for severe underarm sweating.....maybe this could be an option..........
Ask your GP as this is available on the NHS................
Hope this helps
 

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does that really work for sweatingb
 

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Yep it does Hun, go and ask your doctor...................
One of my clients has Botox for her sweat glands......................and can be done on the NHS if it is severe..............Referral policy......
http://www.cosmeticsurgeryconsultants.co.uk/Hyperhidrosis.htm
here is a link...........for starters
 

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sequinto said:
Hi evry one thought i,d let u all know i had to c a dermertoligist yesterday, the problem was my hands have been very bad have not been able 2 work all this week as they are sore open wounds etc
I thought it might be a reaction to nail products but thank god its not. I have actually got over active sweat glands in my hands, i usally wear cotton gloves when blending etc so not to get naildust on my palms but this is not going to help me in future any suggetions as how i can overcome this problem, i am also a beauty therapist
Hi Sequinto
I have a friend with the same problem (also a beauty therapist like myself), her hands literally drip & so much so she can use an electrical treatments at present. She has been offered the op but it IS very drastic & she is looking at the Botox treatment. Botox is not just for frownies LOL.
Hope you find an answer....
Best wishes
Karen
 

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thx for helping guys will c how treatment is going to work 1st that the hospital put me on if no joy will look into this more I LOVE THIS SITE I actually feel that i know all u people
 
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