What To Use For Sweating Under Breasts?

Corticosteroids are the drugs of choice for treatment of hyperhidrosis. They come in several forms: oral, topical (such as metholamine), and injection (such as triamcinolone)

Oral corticosteroids can take several weeks to work, but may be more effective than any other drug. Corticosteroid injections cause immediate relief of the sweating. They are given every 2-3 months, depending on how much sweating you have and your sensitivity to them. Oral steroids must be started very slowly because they can cause side effects such as loss of appetite or weight gain if taken too quickly or for too long–they also can mask symptoms that need attention sooner rather than later! If you still have a problem after starting an oral steroid, consider trying a newer anti-hyperhidrosis drug called 5-hydroxytryptophan (5HTP). This is no longer available in the U.S., however it is used overseas for this purpose with good results — see below under “Other Options.”

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