Asset_1AMA.jpgJune 1, 7pm Eastern, please join us LIVE for an important webinar all about how oral medications can be used to help treat hyperhidrosis.

During this free event, International Hyperhidrosis Society (IHhS) experts will discuss critical (and often-asked-about) aspects of oral therapies for excessive sweating.

The informative, open conversation will revolve around your questions about medicines (to be taken by mouth) that can be prescribed for hyperhidrosis. Leaders in the field will provide their insights and experiences, and - most importantly - will answer the queries you’re going to send in!

Joining us for this long-awaited webinar will be:

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Adelaide A. Hebert, MD, FAAD Dee Anna Glaser, MD, FAAD Lisa J. Pieretti, MBA
  •  Dr. Adelaide A. Hebert, Pediatric Dermatologist, Founding Member of IHhS, Professor, University of Texas Medical School at Houston
  • Dr. Dee Anna Glaser, Dermatologist & Cosmetic Surgeon, President & Founding Member of IHhS, Professor & Director of Research, Department of Dermatology, Saint Louis University School of Medicine
  • Lisa J. Pieretti, MBA, IHhS Co-Founder, Executive Director, and
  • YOU, watching and listening from the comfort of home, your car, work, on the street, wherever!

Whether you have questions about how oral medications work to control sweating, what types of sweating they can combat, potential side effects, whether kids can use them, or innovations coming down the pike, this is the webinar for you!

Please send in your questions and register, and thank you for helping us to make this the most informative discussion possible.

​​Huge thanks, also, to Edenbridge Pharmaceuticals, which is helping to make this timely conversation about a key treatment option possible! Such collaborations get key information out there - to you - the people who want and need it most.

The International Hyperhidrosis Society is working to secure funding to host more Ask Me Anything events about other hyperhidrosis treatments this year, too, and we’d love your input: What topic would you like us to cover next in an Ask Me Anything webinar? Send your suggestions to

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