Stop Feet From Making Scents

December 2, 2004

When patients complain of malodoroushidrosis of the feet and they havetried every over-the-counter remedy,suggest they apply a regular underarmdeodorant/antiperspirant to theirfeet after showering

When patients complain of malodorous hidrosis of the feet and they have tried every over-the-counter remedy, suggest they apply a regular underarm deodorant/antiperspirant to their feet after showering. Brands that contain baking soda work best.

-- Rolando J. Rojas, MDWallkill, NY
 

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