I recently tried the Secret stress deoderant , and noticed that in in less than 48 hours of use that my kidneys we're hurting so bad that i had to ggo to the ER , I couldn't understand what was going on , I know i have Ppolycysitic kidney diease already , so dr asks me what have u been doing different and the only thing I could think of was this new deoderant , so he checks my blood and notices a change in my kidney funtion levels and then he comes back and tells me stop using this deoderant because somehow it is not safe to use , on folks who have chronic kidney diease , well now i tried a different one and can't use that . So I can't use the type of deoderant with alunminum in it . Is this really true , I mean i don't wanna go around smelling so what do i do ?View Thread
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