Male Excessive Sweating

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Hyperhidrosis, or excessive sweating, is a common disorder. Centre for Surgery offers 2 highly effective options:

  1. Anti wrinkle injections injections as a temporary treatment for armpits, hands, feet, face.
  2. Vibro Liposuction as a more long term treatment for armpits.

While sweating is a normal body physiological function, some people naturally sweat more or less than others. Those individuals who sweat excessively can cause problems and embarrassment with school, work and social situation.

Hyperhidrosis affects both males and females and can start at any age. Hyperhidrosis may be localised or generalised. Body parts such as armpits, hands, feet and groin tend to perspire more due to high concentration of sweat glands in these areas.

If excessive sweating is limited to these areas it is called localised or primary hyperhidrosis. If the whole body perspires excessively it is called generalised or secondary hyperhidrosis, and this is usually caused by a systemic condition for example hyperthyroidism (an overactive thyroid gland).

Hyperhidrosis can be effectively controlled or treated now with anti wrinkle injections as a temporary treatment required one or twice a year or with a minimally invasive procedure called liposuction.

Anti wrinkle injections For Profuse Sweating

Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, can be treated effectively with injections. The injections has been used to completely reduce or resolve excessive sweating. Severe underarm sweating is a medical condition involving overactive sweat glands. While sweating is a way your body regulates your temperature, excessive sweating far exceeds the body’s need for cooling.

Patients with excessive sweating:

  1. Change clothes frequently
  2. Put absorbent material under clothing
  3. Avoid certain types of fabrics and styles of clothes

Many patients have tried prescription antiperspirants without success, and for those patients injections are a viable treatment. The injection is injected into the affected areas and works by blocking the chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands. When the sweat glands don’t receive chemical signals, the severe sweating stops. Sweat does continue to be produced in other areas of your body.

In addition to the armpit area, anti wrinkle inejctions can be use to treat excessive sweating in the palms and soles of the feet as well. To determine if injections are right for your type of excessive sweating, schedule a consultation with one of our surgeons.

Liposuction for profuse sweating

The liposuction procedure can be used to treat Axillary Hyperhidrosis (excessive armpit sweating). Vibro-liposuction for underarm sweating uses mechanical vibration to treat the superficial layer of the skin where the sweat glands are located.

The underarm affected area is filled with a special saline solution called  tumescent local anaesthesia  which numbs the area and shrinks the blood vessels. This not only ensures minimal bleeding and bruising but also makes the area wet making it easier to break down the gland tissues.

A small Vibro-liposuction probe is used to transmit vibration, which breaks down the unwanted fatty sweat gland tissues without damaging the other tissues. The fat liquefies and dissolves into the tumescent solution. Small cannulas are then inserted through a small incision to gently remove the liquefied fatty gland and give a significant reduction in sweating.


What options are there for male excessive sweating?

At Centre for Surgery, we have two procedures available

  • Anti wrinkle for armpits, hands, feet and face as a temporary treatment
  • Vibro Liposuction for armpits as a long term treatment

How do injections help reduce male excessive sweating?

The injections works by blocking the chemical signals from the nerves that stimulate the sweat glands. When the sweat glands don’t receive the chemical signals, the severe sweating stops.

How does liposuction help reduce male excessive sweating?

Vibro-liposuction is a long term solution for excessive sweating by treating the superficial layer of the skin where the sweat glands are located.

Which option is right for me?

The right option for you solely depends on your preference but you can also discuss this with one of our surgeons at Centre for Surgery during your consultation.

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