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Hyperhidrosis in Turkey

No More Uncontrolled Sweat Outbreaks

Hyperhidrosis Turkey

When the handshake becomes a problem, the business lunch is a disaster, or the date falls into the water. This is the life of those who suffer from the so-called primary hyperhidrosis –uncontrollable and excessive sweating. Sweating is fundamentally healthy and is controlled by the autonomous nervous system, to which humans have no voluntary access. The body tries to avoid overheating during high temperatures and physical exertion and produces sweat. But psychological influences such as anxiety, nervousness, or infectious diseases with fever can also stimulate sweat production.
Hyperhidrosis is the term used to describe sweating in different areas of the skin that exceeds normal levels. Hands, feet, armpits, face, or neck are particularly affected. There are particularly many sweat glands here. Excessive sweating is not only an aesthetic problem that causes anxiety and insecurity but can also lead to massive social and professional issues.

Hyperhidrosis General Information

The permanent sweat formation is not only annoying. The skin is then particularly susceptible to the formation of eczema, warts, or fungal infections. This is another reason why hyperhidrosis should be treated as quickly as possible. This also includes surgical procedures. In subcutaneous suction curettage, an extremely thin cannula is passed through the skin, where the subcutaneous fatty tissue is sucked off, and the sweat glands are also scraped off. In laser lipolysis, a laser fiber is guided directly to the fat cells, and the laser beam dissolves the fat cells, which are then aspirated.

Hyperhidrosis Istanbul

Consultation with the Doctor

Before a hyperhidrosis treatment in Istanbul, you can expect a detailed consultation with our specialists. We will explain the possibilities, the procedure, and further procedures. Detailed information about possible risks arising in connection with the treatment is obligatory. The consultation can also take place on the day of the operation. The consultation is free of charge.

Hyperhidrosis Treatment Before and After Surgery

The treatment is carried out by Prof. Dr. E. Ismail or a specialist in the clinic in Istanbul. The duration depends on the type and extent of the intervention. Subcutaneous suction curettage of the sweat glands is usually performed under local anesthesia, rarely under anesthesia or sedation.

Hyperhidrosis Cost in Turkey

All our local patients in Istanbul can benefit from a special price. Simply speak to our local team in the clinic directly.

Hyperhidrosis Frequently Asked Questions

In primary hyperhidrosis, increased sweating occurs in certain situations such as anxiety or stress. The causes are not known. Diseases such as metabolic or hormonal disorders, neurological or mental illness are responsible for a secondary form of hyperhidrosis. In women, the disease can also occur during menopause.

If the increased sweating occurs in typical skin areas, a doctor should be consulted. He must diagnose whether it is primary or secondary hyperhidrosis. If there is a causative disease, it can be treated accordingly.

Small changes can help to manage hyperhidrosis better. Less consumption of alcohol, coffee, and cigarettes reduces sweating. The same applies to spicy foods and spices. To prevent sweat stains and possibly unpleasant body odor, you should wear breathable, breathable clothing. Relaxation methods such as progressive muscle relaxation, autogenic training, or meditation have proven effective against stress. Yoga also promotes inner peace and balance.

The treatment with botulinum toxin, better known as Botox, promises good results. The nerve toxin is injected in a highly diluted form under the skin of the body's affected areas. It blocks the release of messenger substances at specific nerve cords that are responsible for sweating. The formation of sweat can thus be almost completely stopped for several months. The treatment must be repeated regularly.