This manifestation of sweating disease (hyperhidrosis) is easier to conceal than other forms, but it gets pretty annoying. Having a wet feeling in general is one of the most irritating things in the world. Sometimes body sweating is associated with other medical conditions such as diabetes or hyperthyroid, so you should see your doctor.
Obviously, this can only happen in women. It is a common problem, though, as I've received lots of questions about how to treat it. Like body sweating, vaginal sweating disease is easy to conceal, but very annoying.
When you sweat in only one or two of these areas, like say your armpits and palms, your sweat is localized, or concentrated in specific areas. This means that you probably have 'true hyperhidrosis.' These cases typically disappear on their own after a few years.
This is when you sweat from most or all of the locations above. If you're just sweaty in general, but it's not concentrated in a specific problem area, such as hands, armpit, back etc. it's called generalized. This is an indication that there's a more serious underlying medical cause, like diabetes.
Excessive Sweating In Children
This guide was written for parents dealing with excessive sweating in children and adolescents. It discusses taking your child to the doctor, finding possible physical triggers, and how to make children feel better about sweating.