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It’s quite natural to sweat between your legs, particularly if it’s a hot day or you’ve been out for a run, or even if you’ve clocked an hour or two at the gym. You might feel uncomfortable or embarrassed if you feel you smell, or if you suspect other people notice and you have stains on your pants, or even if you feel you’re sweating beyond what’s average. It might also be that sweating is causing irritation or chafing between your legs, which can be quite unpleasant. However, it is a natural bodily process, because you sweat where you have sweat glands, and there are sweat glands on the vulva. So here’s what you need to know about sweat in the crotch area.
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Sweating too much in the groin area might be due to a few things. Low blood sugar or…