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help me please, houseflies, following me wherever i am

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dear all, i am a male, 29 years old. 3 years ago until now, i am observing insects, specially houseflies, following me wherever i am even when i am in my room. i easily sweat and my sweat is sticky with a particular smell! i bathe many times a day but this is useless. Please give me a help because i never go in public now. thank you.
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replied July 20th, 2012
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Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. Firstly, I’ll suggest getting your thyroid function tests done as in hyperthyroidism there can be excessive sweating. Occasionally, in diabetes also, due to the dysfunction of the autonomic nerves, there can be abnormalities in the sweating, hence a blood sugar also should be done. Some people do sweat a lot due to the increased production of sweat. For the same, it makes sense to consult a dermatologist for the same. Electrolysis or permanent damage to the sweat glands is done and this markedly reduces sweating. I believe that you’re overly concerned about your illness and thus feeling that the flies follow. You should not avoid going to the public. You have to kill this fear and no one can help you in the same except you yourself. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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replied July 20th, 2012
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. Firstly, I’ll suggest getting your thyroid function tests done as in hyperthyroidism there can be excessive sweating. Occasionally, in diabetes also, due to the dysfunction of the autonomic nerves, there can be abnormalities in the sweating, hence a blood sugar also should be done. Some people do sweat a lot due to the increased production of sweat. For the same, it makes sense to consult a dermatologist for the same. Electrolysis or permanent damage to the sweat glands is done and this markedly reduces sweating. I believe that you’re overly concerned about your illness and thus feeling that the flies follow. You should not avoid going to the public. You have to kill this fear and no one can help you in the same except you yourself. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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replied July 20th, 2012
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. Firstly, I’ll suggest getting your thyroid function tests done as in hyperthyroidism there can be excessive sweating. Occasionally, in diabetes also, due to the dysfunction of the autonomic nerves, there can be abnormalities in the sweating, hence a blood sugar also should be done. Some people do sweat a lot due to the increased production of sweat. For the same, it makes sense to consult a dermatologist for the same. Electrolysis or permanent damage to the sweat glands is done and this markedly reduces sweating. I believe that you’re overly concerned about your illness and thus feeling that the flies follow. You should not avoid going to the public. You have to kill this fear and no one can help you in the same except you yourself. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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replied July 20th, 2012
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. Firstly, I’ll suggest getting your thyroid function tests done as in hyperthyroidism there can be excessive sweating. Occasionally, in diabetes also, due to the dysfunction of the autonomic nerves, there can be abnormalities in the sweating, hence a blood sugar also should be done. Some people do sweat a lot due to the increased production of sweat. For the same, it makes sense to consult a dermatologist for the same. Electrolysis or permanent damage to the sweat glands is done and this markedly reduces sweating. I believe that you’re overly concerned about your illness and thus feeling that the flies follow. You should not avoid going to the public. You have to kill this fear and no one can help you in the same except you yourself. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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replied July 20th, 2012
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. Firstly, I’ll suggest getting your thyroid function tests done as in hyperthyroidism there can be excessive sweating. Occasionally, in diabetes also, due to the dysfunction of the autonomic nerves, there can be abnormalities in the sweating, hence a blood sugar also should be done. Some people do sweat a lot due to the increased production of sweat. For the same, it makes sense to consult a dermatologist for the same. Electrolysis or permanent damage to the sweat glands is done and this markedly reduces sweating. I believe that you’re overly concerned about your illness and thus feeling that the flies follow. You should not avoid going to the public. You have to kill this fear and no one can help you in the same except you yourself. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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replied July 20th, 2012
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. Firstly, I’ll suggest getting your thyroid function tests done as in hyperthyroidism there can be excessive sweating. Occasionally, in diabetes also, due to the dysfunction of the autonomic nerves, there can be abnormalities in the sweating, hence a blood sugar also should be done. Some people do sweat a lot due to the increased production of sweat. For the same, it makes sense to consult a dermatologist for the same. Electrolysis or permanent damage to the sweat glands is done and this markedly reduces sweating. I believe that you’re overly concerned about your illness and thus feeling that the flies follow. You should not avoid going to the public. You have to kill this fear and no one can help you in the same except you yourself. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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replied July 20th, 2012
Hi,
Welcome to the ehealthforum. I am glad to help you out. Firstly, I’ll suggest getting your thyroid function tests done as in hyperthyroidism there can be excessive sweating. Occasionally, in diabetes also, due to the dysfunction of the autonomic nerves, there can be abnormalities in the sweating, hence a blood sugar also should be done. Some people do sweat a lot due to the increased production of sweat. For the same, it makes sense to consult a dermatologist for the same. Electrolysis or permanent damage to the sweat glands is done and this markedly reduces sweating. I believe that you’re overly concerned about your illness and thus feeling that the flies follow. You should not avoid going to the public. You have to kill this fear and no one can help you in the same except you yourself. I sincerely hope that helps. Take care.



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