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    Oct 22, 2006, 04:11 AM
    Sweating
    I have a problem where my sweat really smells. Not a body odour smell, but a very stale smell. I bath every day, use anti persperant, but its some times out of control! My wife has to change and wash the bed sheets at least three to four times a week cause it's that bad, any ideas??
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    Oct 22, 2006, 04:17 AM
    What kind of shape are you in? Heavier set people tend to sweat more. Everybody has different scents from there sweat. Go to your doctor and ask questions because if it is a big problem there are defiantly solutions that the doctor will help you with.

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    Oct 22, 2006, 04:22 AM
    I am in good shape, exercise regularly, a very physical job. I wondered whether it could be something to do with my diet? I am a smoker, and I'm sure that doesn't help, what do you reckon?? Change my diet, the foods I eat??
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    Oct 22, 2006, 06:50 AM
    Are you a drinker? And if so, what is your drink of choice?

    My hubby used to be a drinker, his choice was whiskey or scotch. When he would sweat, boy it stunk. Now that he is not a drinker his body odor is not at all very noticeable.
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    Nov 28, 2006, 09:59 PM
    Some people sweat more than others.. my friend did and she had an operation where they take a gland out in your amrpit and she's stopped sweating as much since then. Maybe you're problem is genetic and not just a "weird thing"

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