Compensatory Sweating

November 22, 2017 by · 1 Comment
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Hey Guys and Gals,

If you’re considering getting surgery done for your excessive sweating, it is important to consider the possibility of compensatory sweating.  What is compensatory sweating?  It is excessive sweating in other areas of the body(usually the chest or back) in response to not being able to sweat from your underarms due to surgery.

With Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy surgery, incisions are made in your back to gain access to your sympathetic nerves.  These nerves which signal your sweat glands to excrete sweat are essentially burned…DESTROYED.  Now this usually results in a drastic decrease in sweating from your underarms, over 98%, however, it can lead to excessive sweating elsewhere as you will see here:

Scary huh?

Before you jump on the surgery bandwagon it is important you understand these serious risks involved.  For those who have adverse effects like this, the surgery is IRREVERSIBLE!! They are doomed to deal with the compensatory sweating the rest of their life and if you live in a hot climate you will be at risk of heatstroke!

This is why it is imperative you seek out natural methods first.  Do not even consider this unless you have exhausted all your natural options… and if you actually do what I just said, you will never wind up having surgery done because there are powerful natural methods which cure you without you having to even go under the knife!  One of the best natural solutions that rivals ETS surgery in terms of effectiveness can be found by clicking on this link.

Originally posted 2008-09-21 02:54:00. Republished by Old Post Promoter

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Hyperhidrosis Surgery

September 1, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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If you’ve ever considered Hyperhidrosis surgery as a method of treatment, chances are you have a severe case of excess sweating.  I understand your frustration, having tried everything, pills, antiperspirants the works, you feel as if this is your only saving grace, the one thing which may end it all…But before you go under the knife, it’s important to know exactly what you’re getting yourself into.  You don’t want to make a hasty emotional decision which you’re going to regret the rest of your life.  You may feel like you’ll never regret it now, but hindsight is 20/20, trust me.

So what is Hyperhidrosis surgery?  Well more specifically it’s called Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy(ETS).  This is a process in which an incision is made on your back and a camera is inserted in-between your rib cage to find your sympathetic nerves.  These are the nerves which are overactive and signalling your sweat glands to go nuts in your underarm area.  What happens from here is these nerves are basically burnt and cut.  The nerves are essentially destroyed and with the nerves unable to function, they no longer send the message to your sweat glands and bingo, you’re sweat free.

But it’s not all gravy all the time…You see there are complications with Hyperhidrosis surgery.  You can end up with compensatory sweating, where you sweat on other areas of your body more to make up for the lack of sweat from your underarms.  Some find this just as annoying as sweating from your underarms and end up regretting the surgery.  For most patients the compensatory sweating is not so bad they regret it, in-fact that is a relatively small percentage, but it’s important to know, especially since the surgery is irreversible.

If you think you’ve exhausted all your options, I would very strongly recommend you have a look at this natural solution first.  This has helped over 7,200 people so far and is very likely your saving grace.  Many people have avoided surgery through using this method, click this link to see it for yourself.

Originally posted 2008-09-01 17:26:00. Republished by Old Post Promoter

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Excessive Sweating Cure – Does One Exist?

April 21, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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Need an excessive sweating cure, something that is not just going to manage it but outright cure it completely?  The truth is there are only a handful of well known cures that are almost guaranteed to work and the #1 cure is considered to be:

ETS Surgery

One excessive sweating cure is to go under the knife, no surprise here huh?  Well one thing that is not well known about this is it can not only cure you of excessive underarm sweating, but it’s also a good sweaty palms treatment.  What happens is an incision 1/12th of an inch is made in your back to allow for a small camera to be inserted inside past your ribs to find your sympathetic nerves.  Depending on if the underarms or palms are being treated, certain “ganglions” will be destroyed.  For underarm sweating, the T3, and sometimes T4 and T5 ganglia need to be taken care of, and for palmar hyperhidrosis it’s the T2 and sometimes T3 ganglia.

If you happen to have plantar hyperhidrosis which is sweating of the feet, this surgery can be done for that too but it’s rarely done since dealing with the L2 to L4 ganglia can lead to sexual side effects.
Now as for the success rates with this, there is a 99.9% success rate for palmar hyperhidrosis and a 90% success for excessive underarm sweating.

There is one problem though and that is compensatory sweating.  This is when you start sweating on your back, your stomach, thighs or butt in order to compensate for not being able to sweat on your underarms or palms.   This can often be even worse than the underarm or palm sweating and make it even more difficult to hide your sweating.  It’s not usually too severe and it doesn’t happen often but it’s something to think about.

Is there another excessive sweating cure other than surgery?  The answer is yes, there are a few herbal solutions which few know about and have been taking advantage of over the last few years.  It’s a safe alternative and should be considered before going under the knife.  For more information on how you can get this to work for yourself, click on this link.

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Originally posted 2009-05-01 22:18:57. Republished by Old Post Promoter

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Cure Underarm Sweating

February 17, 2017 by · Leave a Comment
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If you want to cure underarm sweating, most of the treatments that truly cure it are surgical in nature.  That means, if you really want to be rid of this problem, you’re going to have to go under the knife.  One of the most popular of the surgeries is an Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy or ETS for short.

So what is this ETS Thing All About?

Well, if you want to cure underarm sweating, you’re going to have to get an invasive surgery done.  What happens is incisions are made in your back so a camera can be inserted.  Once the camera locates the sympathetic nerves, these are then burned and destroyed.  This is done on the left and right side of your back .  The problem with this though is it causes compensatory sweating.

What is Compensatory Sweating?

Compensatory sweating is sweating on the back, thighs or abdomen as a result of not being able to sweat from the underarms anymore.  This is a major side effect that happens with 80-90% of patients.  It happens to varying degrees, but 50% of those who have the surgery end up having it so bad they have to change their clothes all the time in the middle of the day.

You see, it’s a lot easier to hide sweating when its only on the underarms, when its on the whole of your back and stomach, or even your butt and thighs, it’s not so easy.

So if you want to cure underarm sweating, you can go this route, or a safer route which is just as effective.  Many people have been cured with all natural herbal methods.  If you want to check out the most popular one today which has helped over 7000 people, click on this link.

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Originally posted 2009-03-23 14:01:43. Republished by Old Post Promoter

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Stop Hyperhidrosis

November 12, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Want to know how to stop hyperhidrosis?  The answer may be a little much for you.  You see, while there are a lot of treatments out there to stop excess sweating, not all of them work too well and the ones that do work tend to be quite extreme.  What do I mean by that?  Well, let’s take a look at one of your best options so you can see what I mean.

1.    ETS Surgery

ETS surgery is one of the best ways to stop hyperhidrosis.  This is a surgical procedure which involves making incisions in the back, inserting a camera in there, in between the ribcage and locating your sympathetic nerves.  Once found, they are then burned or clamped.  If they are burned, they are destroyed forever and will no longer send signals to your sweat glands to sweat.  Clamping is not as permanent, which in a way is good.  Why would I say that is good?

Well the truth is, even though this surgery is over 98% effective in reducing sweating, there are complications that arise.  Namely, there is compensatory sweating.  That is sweating on places like your back, and your stomach to make up for not being able to sweat from your underarms.  Some people find this is even worse than sweating from your underarms and there are horrible pics out on the net which show this unfortunate result.

So while you can stop hyperhidrosis, it’s a matter of whether you’re willing to roll the dice.  Are you willing to take the risk of getting compensatory sweating?  Are you willing to go under the knife and permanently destroy your nerves in your body?  It’s quite the decision to make

If that is too intense for you, there are safer solutions that are surprisingly just as effective.  There aren’t many of them, but I’ve done the leg work and thus far, the best all natural cure can be found here: click this link to check it out

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Hyperhidrosis Surgery – Is It Really Worth It?

July 12, 2016 by · Leave a Comment
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Are you considering hyperhidrosis surgery?  It’s quite a serious step to take to go under the knife.  Granted this condition can drive you absolutely crazy that I don’t blame you, however before you dive in, here’s what you need to know:

Hyperhidrosis surgery, is mainly referred to as ETS surgery, this is short for Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy surgery.  The first thing that happens is small incisions are made on both sides of your back that are 1/12th of an inch large.  Once this is done, a small camera is inserted in past your ribcage to find the main “sympathetic trunk” which is a bunch of nerves which signal to your sweat glands to sweat.

Now, depending on what you want to treat, be it your underarms, forehead or palms, certain “ganglions” are essentially burned and destroyed, preventing that area of the body from sweating, permanently.
Now this is both good and bad.  The reason why I say it can be bad is you will now be at greater risk of heatstroke.  This is particularly important if you live in a high temperature climate or ever intend on visiting such a place.

Also, you are at risk of getting compensatory sweating which is sweating of the trunk, thighs or butt in compensation for the lack of sweat elsewhere on the body.  In fact, most people do get some form of this after surgery, it’s just that for most it’s not that severe.  But if you happen to be one of the unlucky ones(the 10%), your life will be made a living hell.  Some people can’t even go the day without changing their shirt because their back and stomach just end up drenching it.

So considering all this, hyperhidrosis surgery may not be the best cure out there for you.  The good news is there are ways of solving this problem by natural means, you should definitely explore this method fully before even considering surgery.   One of the best natural treatments can cure your sweating in as little as two weeks time, you can check it out for yourself by clicking this link.

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Originally posted 2009-07-06 15:24:23. Republished by Old Post Promoter

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