Foot Sweating Treatment

Foot Sweating Treatment

Botox Treatment for Excessive Foot SweatingFoot Sweating Treatment

Hyperhidrosis, also known as excessive sweating, is defined as excessive and uncontrollable sweating due to excessive activity of the eccrine sweat glands .

Conservative treatments such as topical solutions (antiperspirant applications and aluminum chloride preparations) and iontophoresis can be used in the treatment of foot hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating). However, these treatments often do not give the desired results.

It is not easy to continue treatments. In 2004, Botulinum toxin (Botox) was approved for sweating in hands and feet, especially under the arms .

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How to Apply Botox Treatment for Sweating Feet?

It involves micro-injections into the skin of the soles of the feet and between the toes. Before the procedure, local anesthesia with creams is required. Injections are made on the soles of each foot at intervals of 1-2 cm.

How Long Does the Effect of Botox Treatment Last for Sweating Foot?

Its effect begins after the injection and becomes fully established within 15 days. Although the duration of the effect varies from person to person, it is on average 6-8 months.

What are the Risks of Botox Treatment for Sweating Foot?

Temporary bruising may occur in the application area. Depending on the dose or depth of injection, there may be a temporary loss of strength in the muscles.

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