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(Chest wall /abdomen compensatory hyperhidrosis after ETS, 70-80% sweat reduction after only 1 heat thermolysis treatment)
With ETS there are several possible side effects. Compensatory sweating (compensatory hydrosis or reflex sweating) is the most bothersome. Compensatory sweating is experienced as excessive sweating on the back, abdomen, thighs, and/or lower legs. This should be expected to a certain degree in all patients, and it ranges from mild to severe. Most patients will develop mild to moderate compensatory sweating which is much preferable over the sweaty hands they had prior to the surgery. Since compensatory sweating is the most common side effect more should be known about it and what is being done to improve upon it. Severe compensatory sweating can be defined as very troublesome especially when it soaks through the clothing. It is a difficult situation especially in hot humid summer days. So far we have found a safe way to reduce the severity of compensatory sweating without making new compensatory sites: The noninvasive partial ablation of sweat glands by heat thermolysis.
(Back compensatory hyperhidrosis after ETS)