Still, it helps to scan the titles and summaries. I found a few about iontophoresis, my treatment of choice.
Here's one for young people with hyperhidrosis:
- Treatment of primary hyperhidrosis with tap water iontophoresis in paediatric patients: a retrospective analysis.
"Tap water iontophoresis is an effective method of treatment for primary palmoplantar and axillary hyperhidrosis in paediatric patients. But there are still unanswered questions about the mechanism of action, ideal session intervals and protocols for maximum efficacy."Here is one for me -- a not-so-compliant iontophoresis patient (-:
"Patients with palmoplantar hyperhidrosis are noncompliant with TWI, mainly due to a lack of time. They should be well informed before therapy and be encouraged to have a home device for maintenance."
And finally...a discouraging study about the use of hyperhidrosis for underarm sweat.
Hope that helped!