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JAY789

752d

I had a total shunt replacement of my one shunt near the end of feb. but now I noticed something odd. Ever since I had my surgery and I was released and allowed to come back home. I make sure to take a good shower about every other day because if I do it every day my skin dries out and itches really bad so I do it every other night. But even though I make sure that I use a good deodorant. I noticed that my under arms are still sweat smelling. I was wondering what I would be able to do to help get rid of the odor. I have to watch what kind of deodorant It use because my under arms get sore easily.

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    • ToeKnee

      752d

      You can try something with aluminum in it this clogs the sweat ducts. Uremia tends to make people on dialysis smell. Eating garlic can cover this smell and shouldn't affect your health negatively. I'd really suggest you talk to your dietitian.

    • ToeKnee

      752d

      You can try something with aluminum in it this clogs the sweat ducts. Uremia tends to make people on dialysis smell. Eating garlic can cover this smell and shouldn't affect your health negatively. I'd really suggest you talk to your dietitian.

    • Joecool

      752d

      Interesting, I developed allergies later in life and sensitive armpits came with them. I had to switch deodorant to Tom's of Maine, wich has been good for me

    • Jonjake

      752d

      Have you of deodorant spray such as Axe?

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