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So in the last year or so it seems I'm sweating more. Could be weight, but I've been heavier and didn't have this wetness issue. I hate when my clothes show wetness. Any ideas? suggestions? products that help wetness?

Thu. May 31, 10:36pm

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If you have yellow marks it's from your deoderant. Go to martha stewart's website or the queen of cleen for ideas on how to remove any stains. For me, I wear a sports bra, undershirt made of a wiking material that pulls moisture away, then my t-shirt. hope I'm of some help

Thursday, May 31, 2007, 10:54 PM

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Be proud of your sweat!!

One of the reasons I avoided exercise was that sweating felt icky and uncomfortable. But now I enjoy the whole "sweat bib" effect at my chest and back -- it's proof to me and the world that I'm working hard and making progress.

If you can't get over the feelings of embarrassment, just buy dark exercise clothes and, like the above poster suggests, choose wicking fabric over cotton.

Thursday, May 31, 2007, 11:01 PM

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I don't mind sweating when I work out. I'm talking about showing wetness when I'm not working out.

Friday, June 01, 2007, 8:10 AM

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The new Secret Clinical Strength works for me! I had perviously tried Certain Dry and although it worked, it gave me small lumps under my pits...not on the skin but underneath it. (which had me running to the doctor thinking cancer).

That hasn't happened with SC.

Friday, June 01, 2007, 9:14 AM

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That's interesting. I had the same thing happen getting lumps underneath skin using prescription deodorant for the OP's problem. The doctors told me not to use any deodorant and take frequent showers and also not to shave. Ewww! Of course I didn't listen, but I have't tried Secret Clinical Strength. Nothing seems to work for me. I just deal with the embarassing situation. I noticed it has been getting worse with age & I'm barely 30. Good luck:-)

Saturday, June 02, 2007, 12:15 AM

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I like Mitchum Smart Solid for Women. Keeps me dry and I'm one sweaty little lady :)

Saturday, June 02, 2007, 12:23 AM

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