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Should I see a doctor if my sweating seems more than normal?

Susan Evans
Dermatology
If you believe that you sweat excessively compared to other people, or if your sweating or body odor has changed in nature, you may want to consider seeing your doctor.  Sometimes these changes can indicate a medical problem that should be evaluated.

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