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Dr Ejikeme and her team are fully aware that hyperhidrosis is a condition that can cause acute anxiety and are sensitive to the sufferers’ needs. At Adonia Medical Clinic, not only do we thoroughly treat the problem, but we also prioritise the physical and mental wellbeing of our clients.
Hyperhidrosis at Adonia Medical Clinic
Regular episodes of excessive sweating, that disrupts normal activities, is what defines the problematic condition of hyperhidrosis. We use Botox treatment to hugely reduce sweat output and allow sufferers to lead a normal life. With regular treatments at our clinic, you’ll never have to return to the embarrassing symptoms of hyperhidrosis, such as wet clothes, or an unpleasant odour. You can stop worrying about what to wear, or carrying deodorant, because your sweat levels will cease to be excessive.View Our Results
- Axillary hyperhidrosis (armpits)
- Palmar hyperhidrosis (palms of the hands)
- Facial hyperhidrosis
frequently asked questions
What is hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is a condition that causes excessive sweating. Approximately 3% of the population suffers from its effects. It is curable with Botox treatment.
What causes hyperhidrosis?
Hyperhidrosis is caused by overactive sweat glands. The condition may be hereditary, or caused by an underlying medical problem, such as diabetes, thyroid issues, or heart disease. If you’re experiencing hyperhidrosis symptoms, it’s important to check with a doctor that you don’t have any serious undiscovered health problems, before you seek treatment.
Which parts of the body are affected by hyperhidrosis?
Most commonly, the face, armpits, and palms of the hands, are affected by hyperhidrosis, although the lower back area and chest can also be treated.
What are the symptoms of hyperhidrosis?
If you’re experiencing excessive sweating in cool temperatures, and without having just done strenuous exercise, then you could be suffering from hyperhidrosis.
Is hyperhidrosis serious?
Hyperhidrosis in itself is not a serious condition, but it can have serious psychological affects. The odour and permanent wetness on the clothes of sufferers can obviously be very damaging to self-confidence. Additionally, if it’s the result of a serious underlying medical problem, then it’s important you seek help for that.
How does Botox cure hyperhidrosis?
Botox delivered into overactive sweat glands relaxes them and stops them from producing sweat. You’ll experience the results within 2-5 days following treatment and the full results will be obvious after 12-14 days.
Is the Botox cure permanent?
This cure for hyperhidrosis is permanent if you have top up treatments every 3 to 4 months required. Your practitioner will let you know when your next appointment is due so there’s no need to experience a return to symptoms.
How effective is Botox treatment for hyperhidrosis?
Botox treatment is extremely effective. You will experience hugely reduced sweat production.
Are there any side effects?
Side effects include potential mild bruising, swelling, and redness at the injection sites. This should subside after a couple of days.
Is hyperhidrosis treatment safe?
Botox treatment has an excellent safety record and has been approved by the FDA for many years. Although most procedures carry some minimal risks, Botox is considered a safe treatment.
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