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My good friend has had hyperhidrosis. It causing her hands to sweat profusely and preventing her from enjoying simple activities. She plays piano and this is a big problem for her. She has been told that it is not disease, so it is not treated like one. We heard that it can be surgically treated. Is that possible? Anyway I am sure that there is a treatment for hyperhidrosis. Will antihistamines work?

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Hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive sweating, is a medical condition; it can be a symptom of another medical condition such as a disorder of the nerves. Most patients with severe hyperhidrosis who have exhausted other medical treatments have the option of surgery. Anyway what did you mean when you said “Will antihistamines work? Treatments available for primary hyperhidrosis include: topical and oral medications (tannic acid solution. formalin solution…Tranquilizers, nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, Calcium channel blockers..etc. ) She should consult some specialist about this.
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