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Sweating while standing and talking
Hi doctor I have this sweating while talking to someone or meeting new people and also having palpitation but bp is normal
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It seems you've hyperhidrosis but can't tell for sure. Need some tests then only i can suggest something..  bp is normal means it seems its a case of excessive sweating but it could be anxiety too since you've specified while meeting new people. I would also like to know is the sweating while talking to new peeps gender specific or age specific or job specific? So yea kindly tell me all this...
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It can be anxiety. Please consult with a physician for further management and guidance.
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Can help you, kindly provide me detailed history for proper diagnosis and further management
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