Hi, Like you Abacab, i'm agree that the solution can come with an electronic device connected to the T2 nerve, that would send some electric impulses which would disrupt the regular signal commanding the blushing. I went back to my GP at Christmas and admitted my problem. I'm starting to think ETS may just be the way to go here.. Firstly, I would bear in mind the procedure has been banned in it's country of origin, Sweden. There was some very slight discomfort where the incisions were on both sides, I had to stay on oxygen for 24 hours after because of the lung deflation but was fine to carry on as normal straight away. Posted October 29,
It is the genetic card you were given, not something you have control over. The results of this was that I was left with few professional options. I came all the way from VA and you did not let me down. I always kept quite and avoided contact with people. My feet sweat like crazy — way more than before the surgery.
Itching scalp can be caused by a number of conditions, including dandruff, seborrhoeic dermatitis and psoriasis Now we could understand, as most chronic blushing sufferers think they are the only one dealing with this condition and that they should be able to control it. So far, little has been said about psychological treatments. Sweat Sweat's main function is to control body temperature
I had read about the operation to combat blushing and had always thought it was such a drastic thing to do. My lowest point came in March when I started at Hillingdon Hospital. All of those things. Not good, only an absolute last resort. I have always felt quite happy and confident in myself but could not under stand why i would go red so easily. At this level, the surgery is associated with the most severe side-effects, all patients have compensatory sweating, which is no other than disabled thermoregulation.