I just want to know if miradry will only makes your ample not to sweat again or the whole body? (Photo)
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MiraDry for underarm sweating is unlikely to cause compensatory sweating - #miraDryWilliamsville
It is rare for miraDry to cause compensatory sweating, meaning exaggerated sweat elsewhere in the body.
miraDry is an excellent procedure and the best available option for the treatment of underarm sweating.
Dr Hratch Karamanoukian
Reduces armpit sweat
Miradry will only reduce armpit sweat. I suggest going to the miradry website ,and utilize the physician finder to find someone closest to you.
Dr. Ravi Somayazula
MiraDry for Underarm (Axillary) Sweat only
Miradry is for underarm sweat, and odor, only--- it is not approved for other body parts. It can be used for people that have excess sweating (hyperhidrosis) or are just bothered by sweat and want to get rid of using anti-perspirants.
I don't know a provider in Germany- but you should check the MiraDry company site for a physician near you.
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One treatment reduces sweating and smell in the underarm about 75 to 80%. Some people will need a second treatment to get even drier. It does not affect the rest of the body and is currently to be used in the underarm area. Best, Dr. ALDO
Thank you for your question.
At the moment the Miradry treatment is mainly used to treat excessive under arm sweat, there may be doctors who treat other parts of the body but at the moment it cannot be used to treat the whole body.
MIradry reduces armpit sweating
Miradry works only where the microwave technology is applied. In the US, we are limited to using it in the armpit region.
Miradry can only be used in the axilla region (armpit). miraDry, does not have the capacity to stop all perspiration in the body. As for right now, it is considered optimal results when a patient gets approximately 80% reduction in odor and sweat with proper treatment of miraDry.
Hope this helps.
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