Finding a doctor:

Help may be closer than you think

Only a medical professional can diagnose primary axillary hyperhidrosis. If you suspect that your excessive underarm sweating may actually be a medical condition, then it’s probably time to find out for sure.

Fortunately, you have options. You can choose to speak to a number of medical professionals about your excessive sweating experience, including a dermatologist or your primary care provider. It simply comes down to personal preference.

You may also want to consider checking with your insurance provider for help finding an in-network doctor or specialist.

Woman looking at her phone to call for help with her primary axillary hyperhidrosis. Woman looking at her phone to call for help with her primary axillary hyperhidrosis.

Fortunately, you have options. You can choose to speak to a number of medical professionals about your excessive sweating experience, including a dermatologist or your primary care provider. It simply comes down to personal preference.

You may also want to consider checking with your insurance provider for help finding an in-network doctor or specialist.

Not sure how to bring up excessive sweat with a doctor?

Talking about underarm sweat isn't always easy, but it's necessary to get the help you need, and determine if QBREXZA® (glycopyrronium) cloth is right for you. Use this doctor discussion guide to help get the conversation started.

These are randomized results that are listed in order based solely on distance from center of the ZIP code provided.
There may be more doctors available in your area that are not listed here. Other options to find a doctor include:

  • Broadening your search by using a different ZIP code
  • Calling your insurance company to see which doctors may be listed within your health plan
  • Performing an internet search or asking people you know to recommend a doctor
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