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Doctor since 5 years i'm suffering from body odor. I dnt know that sweat is the only reason for body odor. How to identify the cause of body odor. What test to be taken and which specialist to be consulted?

Gangrene, which is dying tissue, has one of the most offensive odors and smells like rotting meat." Internal health issues may result in unpleasant body odors (BO), as well, such as liver and kidney disease and hyperthyroidism, which can lead to excessive sweat and increased Body odors. Let's discuss your concern in detail so that we can provide you a good quality medication plan and healthy lifestyle.
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Hi, whenever I take hot bath it brings out dizziness and sweating. What is the reason for this.

When the body is heated the blood circulation is diverted to the hot parts of the body and the blood supply to the brain is temporarily distorted. It is harmless
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Sir if I will do hard exercise for few moments for half an hour so many sweating found from my body and I am feeling tired soon please advice.

Hi, Some sweat profusely by nature. Profuse sweating leads to dehydration and thus one feels very tired. Drink plenty of fluids like water, tender coconut, fresh fruit juices, nimbu pani, buttermilk, etc to keep your body rehydrated. Drink ORS while exercising.
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I am 23 year old male. My body never get sweat. When I go high temperature places my body fell like burning. What should I do.

During bath you should use scrubber and you should go for exercise everyday that will open your sweat pore. If you have any other symptom like less saliva and tear then you can consult me online thank you.
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I'm a 18 years old girl. I suffer from excessive sweating in under arms, feet and hand palms. Under arm sweating is very odour.

Sweaty palms, also known as palmar hyperhidrosis, is a condition that causes excessive sweating in the palms of the hands. Though it’s called sweaty palms, often times a person will experience both sweating in the palms of the hands and soles of the feet together. The symptoms of sweaty palms is exactly that—overactive sweat glands that result in excessive, uncontrolled sweating in the palms of the hands. There may be a genetic inheritance to sweaty palms that makes the condition run in families. Certain conditions can also cause sweaty palms, two medical procedures that may help treat sweaty palms are iontophoresis and an endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy. You may need a physical examination to figure out the actual cause and its possible cure.
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Heavy sweating. Seems suffered from hyperhidrosis. Please help me how to cure. Suggest medicines. Mostly the sweating areas are palms both hands and legs armpits face body and back. I urge you all please suggest medicines or lotions that are powerful and helpful.

Opinion: as of now I can only advise you to perform 1. Thyroid function test 2. Blood sugar test 3. Echocardiography 4. And check your blood pressure if you come out with all these investigations and test then you may consult me privately for further interpretations. Till then take care.
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Which is the good gel-based sunscreen for me? I have sweaty body. I am 17 year old boy.

Which is the good gel-based sunscreen for me? I have sweaty body. I am 17 year old boy.
Sunscreens are used to protect the skin from the harmful effects of the sun. They help to prevent sunburn and premature aging such as wrinkles, leathery skin. Wearing sunscreen does not mean that you can stay out longer in the sun. Sunscreens cannot protect against all of the sun's radiation. There are various types of sunscreens available in many forms like cream, lotion, gel, stick, spray, lip balm. You may need to seek right consultation before using any of these products.
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Absence Of Sweat - Know More About It!

Absence Of Sweat - Know More About It!

Sweating is a natural process of the body to release heat. Any impairment in the functioning of the sweat glands makes sweating a difficult process. It results in a condition known as Hypohidrosis, which is characterized by an inability to sweat or extremely low sweat produced. It may affect parts of your body or the entire body. When the body is unable to produce enough sweat, the body overheats, which may lead to a heat stroke.

This disorder is caused by a number of factors. A brief overview of the causes is given below:

  1. Damage to the nerves: Conditions that can cause damage to the nerves can hamper the functioning of the sweat glands. Some of them are diabetes, Fabry’s disease (a condition wherein fat accumulates in cells) and Parkinson’s disease.
  2. Skin problems: Suffering from severe burns can damage the sweat glands. Some other factors that can cause similar damage are trauma, radiation and infection. Skin disorders such as psoriasis and heat rashes can also affect the sweat glands.
  3. Medications: Medications such as anticholinergic drugs can hamper your body’s ability to sweat out sufficiently.
  4. Genetic defects: In certain cases, the condition is inherited from your parents by means of a defective gene.

Symptoms 
The symptoms of this disorder are

One may always feel hot from within and have a flushed appearance. Mild symptoms of this disorder are however not noticeable.

Treatments
If the condition has only affected a certain part of the body, then treatment might not be required. If the disorder occurs due to an underlying problem, then the problem needs to be treated first. If the cause is a medication, then the doctor may prescribe an alternative medicine.

You can adopt certain preventive measures such as wearing loose clothing and avoiding overdressing. Avoid going outside when the temperature is on the rise. Cold compresses can work wonderfully in this regard. If this condition is not treated, it can lead to overheating and ultimately, a heat stroke.

I am suffering form excessive sweating only from palm and foot in nervous situations and there is permanent rejection in defence for this reason. I have only 3 months. please tell some ways to cure this problem.

If your anxiety or nervousness is associated with palpitation, giddiness, stomach ache, sweating and restlessness , it is best to seek medical help. Such severe condition may require drugs along with psychotherapy. We should discuss it in detail since it requires early treatment to avoid the rejection in your upcoming defense training .
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