Well, it's been almost 3 weeks now for me, and the recovery process has been much more painful and uncomfortable than I could have imagined. I tried some mild exercising 5 days after the procedure and attempted to play some easy tennis some time after that, and the sensitivity under my arms just would not allow it. Additionally, it appears that I may have pulled something in my armpit, I really have no idea what, but there is a thin strand of what feels like a tendon visible under the surface. I'm going in for a follow-up in 2 days to find out what is going on. My underarms feel tight and my arm movement is restricted (I can't fully stretch my arms above my head or lean to the sides). Unsure what the problem is, as I have not read any other comments similar to this.
Anyway, moral of the story is, Miradry is a SERIOUS procedure. Don't let the advertisements or doctors offices try to tell you it's an easy recovery, it's not. Especially if you are an athlete, it definitely interferes with your daily life. As for the sweating, I have noticed a decrease - maybe about 60%, which is very nice. However, when the disruption to my daily activities is taken into consideration, I think I would choose not do to it again. Definitely will not return for a second treatment.