As many as 1 in 10 people suffer with the effects of excessive sweating…
Symptoms of Excessive Sweating
You know you have a severe sweating problem if;
You are frequently changing your sweater or shirt in a day.
You have to prepare and carry with you extra clothes, freshen up tissues and anti-perspirants
You have tried the stronger brands of antiperspirants and deodorants
Your skin has been left irritated and sore as a result of using stronger anti-perspirants
You spend a lot of time thinking about your excessive underarm sweating problem
You spend a lot of time dealing with sweaty underarms
Your problem interferes with many of your daily activities and sometimes it prevents you from doing activities.
How can this be treated?
If you have these symptoms, you may need more than just a new deodorant or antiperspirant. Qutis clinics cover the whole of Oxford, call 01993 704050 to arrange an appointment in either Abingdon, Thame or Witney. One of our advanced nurses will provide help and advice on all the different possible treatments for excessive sweating.
Only an advanced nurse practitioner or a doctor can make a diagnosis and use Botox to treat primary axillary hyperhidrosis, as other causes of sweating must be ruled out. One of a few options are treatments using injections of Botulinum toxin (Botox) which will give you long lasting relief of these symptoms (7-12 months), after which you may choose repeat treatment.
“This treatment has changed my life and restored my confidence”
Ben from East Oxford says “I nearly stopped going out with my mates, I got so embarrassed about my sweaty armpits…until I met the nurses at Qutis Advanced Skin Clinics. Now this treatment has changed my life and restored my confidence, I even dared tell my new girlfriend about my treatment. And now she’s shared the info with one of her friends who had the same problem. We even bumped into each other at the clinic, and guess what? No embarrassment, we are just amazed that the solution to excessive underarm sweating is so simple.
Hyperhidrosis treatment is available in Oxfordshire at Qutis Clinics in Thame, Abingdon and Witney – find your nearest clinic here.