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Anita F — Netherlands, February 10, 2019 (34 comments)
“Dear all, I have question about not sweating/dyshydrosis. Does any of you ever recover from not sweating condition and reaching a functional sweating state (perhaps can endure temperature of >30°C in long time)? The reason of this question is because I am in the complicated personal situation in which my family pushed me to go back to my tropical home country together with my PRP juvenile atypical kid, hoping for miracle that he will “adapt” eventually. We are currenlty living in the Netherland, which is cold. And even here he is struggling in more than 25°C. But they argue that “summer period is not long enough for adaptation”. I just want to answer them with the data if this “adaptation” do really exist and how big the chance it happens.”