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  1. Hi Maria

    I came across your blog after searching Google on hyperhidrosis. Much like you, I suffer from excessive sweating on my hands and feet which makes social situations when shaking hands very unnerving.

    I read your article on acupunture and I was wondering if you found after a couple of visits that it worked or tried anything else?


  2. Your contact form isn’t working FYI.

  3. Hi ,
    It’s the first time I visit this website , I was desperate I tried medications but it didn’t really work out ,however there still two kinds to try .
    I read about ETS surgery and I felt it’s my only chance to get to do the things I love again and to be more confident , but after reading a lot of reviews I don’t wanna do it .
    Can you give me your personal experience .
    Thank you

  4. Hi! I have suffered from hyperhydrosis since I was little, I am now 15. It’s been a struggle to find a treatment that works for me. I am inspired to read your blog and see the work you are doing to try to get more recognition for HH as a debilitating disorder. I am hopeful in the future more options will become available for me and I can live a more normal life.

  5. Hi,
    Thank you for your courage and honesty in sharing your HH life. As a fellow sufferer, I sympathise with all your blog posts… and then some! 90% of the time I try to stay positive and make the most of what I have, but there’s that 10% of the time that it really gets me down. Reading your web page has reminded me that I’m not alone, and that there are so many blessings in life to be grateful for.

  6. Hello! I have HH as well. Struggled with it my entire life and now 30. When I was a kid I had so much anxiety about having anxiety over sweating. It was such a negative feedback loop. Nowadays my anxiety is in check and I feel confident in myself. My anxiety has reduced tenfold. My HH has remainders the same but I have adapted. I realize everyone has something wrong with them. No ones life is perfect so if this is my cross to bare I’ll take it because it can always be much worse. I have a 1 year old daughter who I can tell also has HH and I will help her adapt and love herself sweat and all. I’m saddened to know she will have to go through this journey but I am grateful I can help her navigate it and know she’s not alone.
    I appreciate your website, blogs and insight. We are not alone! Makes me happy to meet other silent suffers who have persevered and able to have the quality of life they deserve.

  7. Hey! Great work here! Just ran across your page on Facebook, and you’ve provided so much information. Very helpful stuff, thank you for sharing!

  8. Hi My nightmare started when I was 24 years of age. HH has effected my life severely, but I try to stay positive. I have seen numerous doctors without any success. Last week I got new medication and I hope it works this time. I am kind of a control freak and hate the fact that I have no control over my sweating. I also suffer from BO (body odour) when I excessively sweat. I had to quit my previous job in retail because of the embarasement. I am currently working in the public sector and refuse to let HH take over my life again. I take it one day at a time and prayer keeps me sane. Also to know I’m not the only one helps. Thanks for the Blog.

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