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I know that one of the biggest risks with ETS surgery is the risk of compensatory sweating.

But!!! If someone was not having ETS for sweaty palms/arm pits and just for BLUSHING would this mean that the risk of severe compensatory sweating is reduced?

In laymans terms if your a big sweater before it could be worse after???

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I had the surgery for facial blushing with no worries about sweating before. After the surgery I have CS in 2 patches on my back and thats all, to bring that on I have to walk a while or be in hot heat so its not so bad (for me), perhaps I was one of the lucky ones....

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