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Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis) Malaysia: Cost and Reviews 2019

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What is meant by Excessive Sweating?

Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, is a condition where patients sweat profusely for no reason. Patients either sweat excessively in their hands, underarms, forehead, feet or, in extreme cases, all over their body.

How is Excessive Sweating treated?

Excessive sweating is treated by oral medications, electromagnetic impulses, neuro-muscular relaxant injections, laser assisted treatments and by surgical procedures, including liposuction and endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (ETS) surgery, Robinol (a brand of glycopyrrolate), armpit Botox and Miradry.

Miradry is a technology developed by MiraSmooth, uses microwave energy, instead of the typical lasers involved in hair removal procedures, because it is colour blind. That means that unlike lasers the microwaves can be used on all skin colours.

The process takes about 60 minutes, and requires no surgical incisions or cuts. Temporary black lines and markings are used on the armpit to help guide the trea…

Excessive Sweating (Hyperhidrosis) Singapore: Cost and Reviews 2019

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What is meant by Excessive Sweating?

Excessive sweating, or hyperhidrosis, is a condition where patients sweat profusely for no reason. Patients either sweat excessively in their hands, underarms, forehead, feet or, in extreme cases, all over their body.

How is Excessive Sweating treated?

Excessive sweating is treated by oral medications, electromagnetic impulses, neuro-muscular relaxant injections, laser assisted treatments and by surgical procedures, including liposuction and endoscopic thoracic sympathectomy (ETS) surgery, Robinol (a brand of glycopyrrolate), armpit Botox and Miradry.

Miradry is a technology developed by MiraSmooth, uses microwave energy, instead of the typical lasers involved in hair removal procedures, because it is colour blind. That means that unlike lasers the microwaves can be used on all skin colours.

The process takes about 60 minutes, and requires no surgical incisions or cuts. Temporary black lines and markings are used on the armpit to help guide the trea…

Hormone Replacement Therapy Reviews 2019

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Symptoms of menopause, like hot flashes and vaginal dryness, can be treated with hormone replacement therapy (HRT). It comes in many forms, including pills, sprays, creams, skin patches, and vaginal suppositories. HRT can also help prevent bone loss and reduce fractures.



Here is a list of 2019 Reviews on Realself.com.

The Personal Touch
Ashley is so sweet and is great at specializing treatment for each client. She has many options available to accommodate all needs. She knows how to make it painless and make you feel good! I recommend all my friends and family to her! READ MORE

Wonderful Doctor with Great Staff!
I’m so happy I found Dr. Navarro to help me with my Bio-identical Hormone Replacement Therapy. She is very knowledgeable and was able to address any concerns I had with my treatment plan. I feel SO much better being back on my bio-identical hormones. I have my life back! Dr. Navarro’s sta... READ MORE

Life Changing!
My experience with DattaThomas Gynecology has been, not only wonderf…

Urinary Incontinence Treatment in Malaysia 2018 / 2019

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There are a number of healthcare professionals in Malaysia that specialise in the area of continence which can make it confusing to work out who you should see to treat your problem. This post outlines the different types of healthcare professionals and their role / area of expertise. It also provides some tips on how to approach your first appointment with a healthcare professional.
General practitioner

General practitioners (GP) can assess, diagnose and treat incontinence. GPs have varying levels of knowledge on incontinence. They may therefore choose to refer you to a continence health professional rather than diagnose and treat your condition themselves, which is an equally effective and in some cases better, option.

If you are seen by a continence health professional it is important to involve your GP in your care. This is as they possess good knowledge of your health history, including any medical conditions, surgery or medications you may have or be on, which may pre-dispose you…

Health Screening Packages Singapore Review: Which screening test to get?

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Is it time for a check-up? Which is the best health screening test to get in Singapore?

There are many private companies and hospitals in Singapore promoting health screening packages in Singapore. It's also clear from browsing around forums and popular healthcare marketing sites that there is a lot of myths and misinformation being spread. Researching online is not as simple as one might think as misinformation could lead you to be scammed by health scams or you could end up with an unnecessary procedure. 



Which tests you need depends on your age, your sex, your family history, and whether you have risk factors for certain diseases. Therefore, it's not as simple as doing some online research and choose the health screening package yourself.

You should visit your family doctor or a medical doctor who knows you best to decide on the best health screening package for you.


We have compiled a list of health screening packages offered by hospitals in Singapore that you can consider. Yo…

Dermatologist Singapore Price: How Much Would Seeing a Dermatologist Cost Me?

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Ever wondered how much a visit to a dermatologist actually cost in Singapore?

Find out the prices and fees for a visit to a dermatologist clinic in Singapore below.

Although the numbers and statistics are everywhere on the internet, we have compiled and organised the information accordingly (by clinic) in one place. The pricing information below is based on the published prices from major centres and pricing information available on blogs, forums and the internet.

Here is the list:

National Skin Centre Charges

The Centre has two categories of patients. Subsidised and Non-Subsidised patients.

Subsidised Patients
NSC is partly funded by the government through an annual grant. Through this grant, specialised dermatological services can be extended to patients who qualify for government subsidy.

To qualify for this subsidy at NSC, you must:
Be a Singaporean or a Permanent Resident of Singapore (holding a Singapore NRIC), and
Be referred to us by subsidised clinics of a public health institutio…

Top 10 Recommended Lasik Clinics in Singapore 2019

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L.A.S.I.K. or laser-assisted in situ keratomileusis (commonly referred to simply as laser eye surgery), is a type of refractive surgery for the correction of myopia, hyperopia, and astigmatism. LASIK is performed by an ophthalmologist (eye medical specialist) using an excimer laser machine. Do refer to Wikipedia for more detailed information on this procedure.



If you are looking to find the best LASIK clinic in Singapore for your LASIK procedure, you may wish to check out recommendations and related reviews from customers who 'have been there, done that'. Although reviews are everywhere on the internet, some reviews may be fake and biased. Although there is no way to guarantee that a review is independent and genuine, we have tried to filter out those junks, salesy and spammy reviews out there. We have tried to compile those reviews that we think are of quality and unbiased so that it's easy for you to come to a decision.


1. Eagle Eye Centre

Address: 820 Thomson Road, Mount A…

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