Perspiration Control (Hyperhidrosis)

As a member of the International Hyperhydrosis Society Dr Natasha specialises in treatments for excessive sweating known as hyperhidrosis.

Best Results

1 Treatment

Duration of Results

5-6 Months

Treatment Recovery

None

Risks and Complications

Low to Moderate

Anaesthetic

None

Procedure Time

15-30 Minutes

Skin Specialist

Medically Qualified

Back to Work

Same Day

Overview

Excessive Perspiration can be embarrassing and debilitating for people. As a member of the International Hyperhydrosis Society Dr Natasha specialises in treatments for excessive sweating known as hyperhidrosis.

How does it work?

Multiple tiny injections stop the nerves working that produce sweat resulting in dry underarms. It only affects the areas treated and does not stop sweating in other areas of the body.

What are the side effects?

Sweating can occur in other areas of the body, pain in the target areas or headaches. Less common include muscle pain, nausea, weakness or itching.

How should I prepare for treatment?

A week before your treatment, avoid taking aspirin, ibuprofen, vitamin E and fish oil supplements. These may increase bleeding and bruising. However, you can take paracetamol if needed.

If you are taking any prescribed medication, including aspirin, do not stop taking it – consult Dr. Natasha or your GP first.

Avoid drinking alcohol 24 hours before your treatment, as this also increases the risk of bruising.

Post treatment advice

You can go back to your normal day immediately. Avoid exercise, antiperspirant and shaving the area for 24 hours.

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