I am 22 years old female. I have had palmoplantar hyperhidrosis for about 10 years. The problem is getting worse. The sweating problem makes me more nervous, and it gets difficult to interact socially. I have tried aluminium chlorohydrate solution, but it didn't work for me. Is drysol effective for this?? Please suggest.
21 Apr 2011
hi there, drysol is also a aluminium chloroydratem, it a lotion that you apply topically. so i'm not sure this would help you any better then what you were using before, someone else mentioned the medication robinul, maybe check that out. it's an actually pill used mainly for stomache secreations, but she says it helps her with hyperhidrosis. i hope this was helpful if so please mark yes after answer, your friend if you need one, amber
21 Apr 2011
I have used Drysol before. I first used it in my twenties when I would go for interviews. I would sit there and just drip until I found Drysol. Get it in a liquid form so you can apply with a cotton ball or makeup remover pad. You don't need alot. Only apply it right before bed because it burns. You should see the results pretty quick. I think 2 times should do it. Make sure your underarm are clean and do not shave prior or after applying it. Too sensitive. Good luck. Keep me posted if you try it o.k. Smiley happy.
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