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Hi, I have a condition called hyperhydrosis (google it, it is pretty interesting to read about), otherwise known as excessive sweating! I have had it since I was a baby. When you say he sweats, how much is alot? I have had times when sweat is dripping off my hands and feet. My parents said that they noticed it on my feet and hands which were always sweaty. The doctor at that time advised them to buy me only all leather shoes and wear all cotton socks. To this day, I still sweat, my hands and feet and occasionally other areas. It is pretty embarrassing and noticeable, but it had gotten slightly better since I have had a baby surprisingly. Through the years I have seen several doctors and they have tried many treatments. A friends actually had botox to stop her sweating which I am also considering.Ihe has a 2 year old and he sweats alot as well. If it were me, I would mention it to the ped only because of my medical history. Best of luck and I hope everything works out!
DD is a very sweaty kid. She sweats the most when she's sleeping, or falling asleep. (or if it's hot, obviously)
She inherited it from DH though....his whole family is a clammy bunch.
I wouldn't worry about it too much. Maybe he's adjusting to the changing weather