They both serve the same purpose and they would work on sweating problems. As long as you select a good brand that works well, they are both good. There are people who argue that men's deodorant work better for some women, and it can be true. As long as you select a good brand with a great scent, it should work.
I heard that women#039;s works better because it is more socially acceptable for a man to have body odor than women. So, women#039;s deodorant is stronger. I#039;ve always found that spray works better on myself. But, if you feel you need that extra boost they do have the clinical strength deodorants in men amp; women#039;s formulas.
Jazzy, my friend used to use one in school called "mitchum' or something like that. I think it's in a green and white bottle and good. I am sure you can get prescription strength from your doctor as well.
If you want to stop the sweating, then use anti-perspirent not deodorant. Deodorant only masks the sweat with a perfume like odor. Anti-perspirent actually keeps you from sweating as it uses small particles to clog your sweat glands.