Sweating returned - somewhat
The treatment was incredibly painful. I had a...
This repeated the second time around too. After both treatments I took a long time to heal with lumps lasting up to 3 months and loss of nerve sensation that's only going away slowly 6 months out.
You'd think with that amount of damage I'd at least be sweat free. Nope. I'm soaking my underarms just walking to work. And I'm 32, athletic, white skin, normal height and weight. Sweating has reduced a bit but there remains clearly enough glands after 2 nuclear-bomb strength treatments to soak me if they're in the mood. Not sure about this treatment - there are clearly some issues to work out.
Dr. Khanna was fine! I can't fault him or his staff one bit. My reaction seems to be pretty rare, so I wouldn't use my case as a reason to decide "against" MiraDry by any means. The fact is that it does work very well for almost everyone, and even my case had significant results. Certainly my underarms are not my main sweat concern any more... and that's something because that's the most embarassing part of hyperhidrosis.