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If you would like more information on Hyperhidrosis, please visit our friends and affiliates, www.verysweatybetty.com

Very Sweaty Betty is a great resource for knowledge, available treatments and offers personal and unconditional no-nonsense help and support from their extensive forum and blogs.
 
VSB is unique - it is the largest Hyperhidrosis support group on the internet and is privately owned and run exclusively by sufferers of Hyperhidrosis.

You can find VSB on:  Facebook - and - YouTube


 



More useful Hyperhidrosis links:



Clothing

This website sells a high quality range of clothing to help with underarm (axillary) hyperhidrosis.  We can personally recommend the products as we have tried them for ourselves.  There are product reviews on their website if you want to find out more about the products and what this company has to offer - click on the banner below to go straight to the website.


 

 

 

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Reciprocal links

If you know of any other useful resources, please notify us through our contact page and we'll look into adding a link.


 
 

ETS forum

If you have had, or are considering, ETS (Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy), ETS-B, ETS-C, ESB, ESB4, reversal (nerve graft surgery or clamp removal), this discussion forum is a place where you can learn more and meet others who understand the suffering caused by the side effects of the ETS surgery.

ETS and Reversals Forum


 Iontophoresis

If you suffer from palmar, plantar or axillary (hands, feet and underarms) Hyperhidrosis, you may well have heard of Iontophoresis.  This method of treatment is one of the most effective - and as it doesn't need to involve drugs of any kind, it's also one of the safest treatments you can use.


 
 


Sweating.com

Sweating.com is a pretty comprehensive website for all your sweating needs.  There's help, support and products, too.  Well worth a visit

 


ETS & Hyperhidrosis

ETS (Endoscopic Thoracic Sympathectomy) is a type of surgery that is occasionally used for helping people with Hyperhidrosis.  There's not much known about the long-term effects but it isn't quite the 'miracle' cure it was once thought to be.  In the majority of cases it all too often makes matters infinitely worse.

This is a great website and forum - it's an essential resource if you're considering having this surgery - or if indeed for support if you're suffering with the after-effects.

ETS & Hyperhidrosis website

 
 

 

Comprehensive ETS Resource

Continuing the subject of ETS, this is arguably the best resource on the internet if you're wanting to understand the wider implications of this type of surgery.  Literally thousands of hours of research have been put into this study.


CorposcindosisThe Effects of Thoracic Sympathectomy in Humans

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This link is for a very talented fellow artisan who recycles fabrics, belts, items of clothing etc into highly covetable one-off items.


I'm utterly in love with her bags!


TropACool

 

 
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