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after a while i thought it must be some form of eczema. my mom had giving me a book on remedies and cures, it had relief for psoriasis. which said it was "itchy redness of the skin". the article suggested using a "vitamin d3 cream". this cream had better results after 8 weeks of use than with a corticosteroid cream. this vitamin d cream is available by prescription under the name dovonex. which went on to say not to be confused with vitamin a and d ointment.
I've had eczema in my ears for 15 yrs. It is very cyclical, starting w/intense uncontrollable itching, then clear fluid leaking from skin, followed by crusting over & flaking of skin in ears that is itchy in & of itself, leading to more scratching & picking at ears. The skin in my ears gets very damaged and ratty during outbreaks. I also have swelling of the ear canal after these itch/scratch episodes that are sometimes quite painful, & Motrin helps that. ENT Dr.
I thought the problem in my groin area was jock itch, so i used antifungal cream, but it didn't work. the doctors don't know exactly what it is. they assume it may be a form of eczema that will never go away. Is this some genetic problem that i will have to deal with my whole life? i want to know what it is and get rid of it once and for all, because i've been suffering from discomfort for years. it's a symmetrical problem, it is occuring on the same areas on both sides of the body.
I had a similar condition a few months ago - red patches on my lips that would itch and feel like sandpaper, but would be gone in just a couple days, only to come back again. I went to my derm and she said it was eczema (which, I have just about everywhere else, so why not my lips?!).
This is eczema. No cure and no reasonable treatment. It will come and go, sometimes for long periods. It might spread to other area's like your eye lids. Hydro Cortisone is one of the treatments. But long term use causes thinning of the skin. There seems to be an epidemic of this disease affecting adults. Because historically it primarily affected kids. They claim it affects 15% of Americans of which 2% are adults. They need to take a better look at that. If you look at this site and others.
If its from cold, why not V-C, zinc every few hours, as well as other vitamins/minerals and old fashioned chicken soup. A little bandy at night for the throat if its from a cold, as well as herbal tea with honey and lemon. When congested with a cold I use to put vicks vaporub on my chest and put a towel over it to help keep the generated heat in and keep it off my PJ and crank up the electric blanket. Also rubbed it on my feet and put on socks.
Is anyone experiencing a degeneration of their teeth? I'm half-way through tx (shot 12) and have noticed the edges of my teeth seem to be wearing away. I've never had dental problems and have been told I have strong teeth. Also plagued with TMJ since starting treatment, sometimes my jaw cracks and brings tears to my eyes! I started taking liquid calcium and magnesium before goiing to bed, it tends to relax the bones a bit. For those having bad joint aches, they may want to try it.
I get itching, and I'm surprised your Dr. doesn't know of this symptom. My Dr. explained that FM being an illness where neurotransmitters are irritated/ damaged, sick whatever, ( fibro fog today) that our nerve endings react in an assortment of ways, burning, itching, rash. I suffer from terrible burning to where it feels like my head and face have Ben gay rubbed all over it. I feel this as we speak. Itching is a frequent part of my daily symptoms.
hi .. i, too, have had chronic diarrhea for going on 3 months..and i don't have cramping with it. but i have a history of IBS so GI says its IBS. if i stop drinking beer and other carbonated drinks it ceases, plus i take citrucel every night. i also had negative stool. luckily i don't have acid reflux but i have lost about 5 lbs due to diarrhea and have been consistently weak. someone on this forum suggested aloe vera juice twice a day (like 3 tablespoons 2 x per day).
I've had this peeling cracking dry skin on my thumbs and index fingers of both hands for about a year. It was an endless cycle of healing and cracking again over and over. It is finally healed now. I used thin layer of mometasone cream at night for about 10 days. During the day Vaseline and A&D vitamins cream. I also started taking orally Vitamins D, C, and minerals combo of Magnesium, Zinc, Calcium. I excluded gluten from my diet and GMO food, trying to eat more organic food.
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I eat fruits and veggies, take whole food vitamins, omegas, fruit/veg juicing everyday, etc. Does this itching sound like an allergic reaction of sorts??? I've tried to think of WHAT has changed in my routine that could be the cause. Well, I came up with only two things that have changed in my routine. Either could be the culprit. 1. About a month ago I bought this organic shea hibiscus coconut shower gel. I've shaved with it about 5 times, I think.
so i went a doctor (which was not my regular doctor) and she said it was eczema and she prscribed me 3 different meds for it. the only one that worked was the one for the itch. so i called the doctors office back and saw my primary care physican and he said it definatly was NOT eczema, and that he had never seen anything like it and refered me to a dermatologist. but i cant get in to see him for another 3 weeks! my hands and feet really itch and my hands look like some kind of monster.
I recently read a article about treatment with vitamins and bioflavonids on the internet but can not find the article now...do you know anything about this treatment and if it will work...have tried many other things and nothing seems to be working...also before my spots appeared I had gone to a doctor for back pain and had two steroids shots...it was after that that my spots appeared..do you think there could be a connection....
I haven't changed any toileteries or make up in the last 2 months. I am not sure what it could be? I don't think it is eczema, but believe it could be an allergic reaction to something. I can't seem to work out what it could be? Could it be an allergic reaction to something i am using around the eye or a food product? Please help me.
Hey you all this is my first post on this site... I too still have some of the same problems like the peeling lips, swollen lips for about 2 yrs. After doing some strenuous research on the Internet, it seems to me that everyone is experiencing lip eczema. So here's what I found. "Eczema is a Greek word and means " to boil over". It is where skin is inflamed, red, and sore. The skin cracks easily.
So after trying all my best tricks (aminos, coffee, food, vitamins, water) I finally stopped the struggle and called in sick for work. Tomorrow will be a busier day anyhow. I've called in alot this month and last obviously because the taper made me sick and then cold turkey made me sicker. My coworker asked me if I wanted her to stop by my house with pain killers. Um. YES! But no. No no no. No. No. No. (sigh) No painkillers. I want my life back.
Age - 19 Non-smoker History of eczema, but not on or around the face, and not seen for years I don't lick my lips, I use Chap Stick quite a lot because I do get chapped lips easily Iron deficiency runs in family, but is usually not a problem for me because I include lots of iron and Vit-C in my diet As far as I know, I'm perfectly healthy otherwise and haven't been ill in months.
Mine did seem to start in my left ( mastoidectomy) ear many many years ago and I don`t know if I have ` contaminated` my right ear as I get it in both now, When my ear seeps it is clear and mostly an unpleasant smell to it and seems to sting in my ear. My doc gave me some steroid cream a few years ago( said it was eczema) but it didn`t get rid of it, just seemed to soothe it.
html The only thing I have found that ‘cures’ EK – not really cures it though, more puts it into a dormant state. I moved some years ago from a city in a hot/humid climate area, to a much colder place and that has been a great help. Now I only have the EK 3-4 months of the year, instead of 9-10 months where I lived before (sub-tropical). I am aware of people who have moved to much colder climates (Canada, London, etc.) and the EK has all but disappeared.
I think it might be eyelid eczema, which can be caused by low self esteem, which would fit at the moment. I think this is a chronic condition that you just have to manage. I'm going to try and raise my self esteem!
The chronicity and the recurrence of the skin condition suggest that this is eczema. Eczematous diseases are chronic inflammatory conditions and they do recur and some persist for a long time. There is no known effective medical treatment for dermatitic and eczematous skin conditions.The mainstay for therapy is avoiding any trigger .Application of moisturizers and corticosteroids are also helpful.
- Dyshydrosis - Latex allergy It sounds more akin to dyshydrosis to me. It turns into eczema as you continually scratch. The nerve ending become inflamed due to the sweat that is trapped between the layers of tissue. As the sweat is reabsorbed it leaves little pockets of dry skin that open and fissure. Sweating under gloves, or just having a sweating problem with your skin (feet also fit in here) can culminate in dyshydrosis because the sweat ducts are tiny.
european descent overweight, short stature Believe onions worsen the symptoms smoke cigarettes live in VA allergic to Lamasil constant sinus irritation (always) eat lots of sugar have seen improvement with yeast treatments, but no cures battle issues with toe nail health eczema, psoriasis sufferer (to a medium degree) sexually active no known STDs not apparently contagious flare ups come and go over a few days, now constant Anything else???
i have switched makeup brands, stopped wearing makeup all together, changed pillowcases religiously, done the compresses, used mild baby shampoo on my eyes to clean them now, i take my vitamins, gone to the dermatologist who again prescribed more allergy medication (hasnt worked) went to an Ophthalmologist who said he didnt think it wasnt blepharitis but really wasnt sure what was going on so he prescribed me bousch & lombs neomycin and polymyxin b sulfates and dexamethasone ophthalmic oint
My symptoms are identical to yours, except that the blisters on my hands and feet first erupted when I was in my early twenties. That was diagnosed as eczema. I had not had an outbreak of eczema in twenty years and then all the sudden it was back on my hands and feet. Then I got a cluster of blisters on my inner thigh that would come and go over the past two years. Now I get the blisters in random symmetrical areas on my feet, legs, buttocks, stomach, and scalp.
Her eye, which had been red, swollen and sore and insanely itchy for 3 months cleared up within 3 days. It cures every-bloody-thing from eczema to gingivitis. As a mouth wash use half a teaspoon in some lukewarm water, rince around and spit. This stuff is jam pack with minerals essential to the body. You can use it every day in place of regular salt and it's good for you. Absolutely brilliant and i am never without it. Get some. It will change your life. I promise you.
I am having an awfull time with my itchy palm at the moment and I'm male. I have suffered from severe Eczema since childhood but thought it had cleared up years ago... that is until recently that is when I started getting an itchy right palm with little bumps under the skin. I have just read the article about Dyshidrosis (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Dyshidrosis) as mentioned by the MelC74 and it seems to ring very true.
God Bless you all I will pray for you. I know it is one of my vitamins minerals or supplements I am taking. Do you know of any of the below mentioned products I might be allergic to, I drink 2 Green Tea, bags in 16oz hot water. 4 TBS. MSN granules, 1 tsp. trace minerals, 2-000 size super greens, 4-000-capsules 250,000,HU Cayenne Pepper, 1 tbs. Ruby Reds Powder in 8 oz Filtered water, 1-tsp. 900PPM liquid Potassium, ( 1 tsp.
Anyway, I also read something about the raw food diet helping people with eczema. I know eczema is different than what most of us have but it does have to do with the skin so it may help with what we got too. I dunno though, anyone know anything about that?
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