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Excessive sweating, as you mention, can cause bacteria to be more active on the skin, as dried sweat sets up a number of conditions that bacterial like. As a chiropractor once told me, some of us are dump trucks; some are sports cars. Sports cars have a higher sympathetic tone and sweat more. Rinsing off the sweat more during the day might help. Stress reduction, biofeedback training could help. Review your meds with your docs to see which might cause excessive sweating and more importantly can these be substituted or streamlined might be an option. The wrong dose of thyroid
medication could imbalance sweating. Cymbalta and seroquel both can have side effects of sweating.
The bloating problems and the excess sweating thus could be synergistic in creating the odor that you are away of.
Hope this information helps and gives you some new direction. The doctor should not just be ignoring your concerns. Good luck and please do not hesitate to get back to me with future questions and to let me know how it goes.
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Constipation can cause body odor. You also might consider finding an open minded/alternative doc who will check yeast counts in your stool as some reports indicate that those with systemic
yeast overgrowth can have a "beer like" smell to their skin.
Normalizing bowel flora with a yogurt [I prefer soy or coconut milk to avoid animal milk] that is high quality and has at least 6 bacterial cultures in it might help your situation, and help keep any yeast down in all areas.