”, I was surprised to find that the answer is not always or even usually sweat. Sweat can be a sign of various conditions including allergies and infections, but it’s also possible that your sweat glands are simply having trouble keeping up with all of the heat in your body.
The best way to prevent sweating under your armpits when you have an infection is to treat the infection so it doesn’t spread any further than where it already is. If you know what kind of bacteria you have (staph typically) then using an antiseptic cream right on the affected area will help keep things contained and reduce swelling in order for lymph nodes to drain properly without causing more irritation. If you’re not sure exactly what type of bacteria turned up there in its little gooey bits then stick with just applying antibiotic cream every day in addition to washing daily since bacterial resistance has developed over time making some antibiotics less effective for treatment. Cleaning under your arms often may help too due to skin irritation which allows hair follicles (especially pubic hair) along with other debris like dust mites, mold spores, etc., make their home underneath your arms…while they should really come out sooner or later no matter how much cleaning goes on especially if there are open wounds present this will only increase chances of infection spreading into deeper tissue layers which won’t be able top fight against until something else happens like another injury/breakdown/infection occurs adding