Hyperhidrosis is characterised by abnormally increased sweating above what the body uses for temperature control. Although uncommon, when it occurs it usually affects the hands or armpits and can significantly affect your quality of life.
Options include various specific antiperspirants, medications and other options
Surgical treatment to treat the cause of the problem
Your treatment with be discussed with your specialist at AVC and the risks associated with all therapies explained.
Conservative treatments with medications can have side effects, and surgery always carries some risk.
To learn more, speak with our specialists at AVC.
Rarely recurrence can occur, or your treatment will only be partially affective. If this occurs options are available and discussion with your specialist at AVC will help
There are many non-surgical options to discuss and try before considering surgery for hyperhidrosis.
All treatments will be discussed by our specialists at AVC and your individual situation considered.
Hyperhidrosis is a condition that doesn't necessarily cause a problem with your physical health, but can create serious problems psychosocially, emotionally and in social interaction with others. In this way it can greatly affect your quality of life, and may lead you to seek treatment.