If it might be your laundry detergent, use a clear one for sensitive skin. Use the measuring cup and use the proper amount. Add in a handful of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>baking</span>soda to kill fungus also. If you have athlete's foot, you must treat that also or you will transfer it to your underwear as you step into them.
Wash hair in vinegar mixed with <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>baking</span><span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>soda</span>. And take a hot bath in epsom salt water and tea tree oil.
Coconut oil works good afterward but not a remedy for mites or lice. Vinegar clears all possible eggs and will not allow for them to attach to anything. Sprinkle salt all over the furniture, carpets and bedding and leave for two days. It dehydrates bugs. Also wash all bedding and anything you've come in contact with with vinegar and water.
He then prescribed Hydrocortisone 2% and told me that I most likely just had some contact <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dermatitis</span>and told me to avoid detergents and soaps. The cream heals the cuts temporarily but causes a lot of soreness...the itching and fissures around my anus reappear within days. I haven't had the tears on my labia minora in the last few months...I used to get them right before my period.
I had this same exact problem and was able to get rid of it after 4 days and trying a few different things. Of course like everyone, I tried washing my hair a couple times with regular shampoo, as I originally thought I just didn't get all of the shampoo out of my hair. But by the second day, it got much worse and felt sticky. I washed with Palmolive and did a second wash with watered-down vinegar. This helped a great deal but didn't completely get rid of it.
I think everything is over and I clean up. I walk out of the toilet and in about 2 minutes time the stomach cramp and the fainting sensation comes back (I've fainted only once to date from this and was out for about 15-20 minutes).
6. When I get back to the toilet I have a really violent Diarrhoea episode in pure liquid state.
Along with the rash I have a couple of tiny bumps inside my inner cheeks which don't hurt or itch and have been there since this incident. I used mouth wash and gargled with salt water, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>baking</span><span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>soda</span> but the bumps are still there. I tried using hydrocortisone cream (as I use it for my seborrheicdermatitis) and bacitracin ointment on the red line but the red line is still there. It appears even redder after meals and then the color fades after I eat but is still there.
Also I have tried, salycylic shampoos, tar shampoos, jojoba oil, AND nothing seems to help.
Please help me and my hair. I am a busy college student, who unfortunately does not have the time and money to deal with this.
An oral antibiotic will readily solve the condition given that this is probably cause by skin bacteria. However, <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dermatitis</span> is a chronic and recurrent condition and given the right triggers , it may come back. The area may be reddish and inflammed and an infection may set in giving it the appearance that you have described in this post.
I do not have any known herbal remedies for the skin condition.
for temporary itch relief, a warm bath with a small box of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>baking</span><span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>soda</span> mixed in is very nice. Sit and soak for a bit, then get out and air dry yourself. It will drastically cut down on the itching, but isn't strong enough to generally aid in healing.
Things I've learned to avoid: Moisturizers, oils, and overexposure to tapwater. Moisturizers make this stuff spread so quickly that you could see a week's spread in a single day. Oils have a similar, yet less powerful effect.
The doctor said I had <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>seborrheic</span> dermititis - which can also show up as flaky skin around your nose and mouth. Using a prescription co-steroid cream helped the flaky itchy skin - - still dealing with the liquid running out of my ear.....
If the ear doctor doesn't help - see a dermatologist....
My bf who is a doctor tells me the science and logic behind this is sound.
Twice daily I drink a cup of warm water with 1tsp of <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>baking</span><span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>soda</span>and 2 tbsp of organic apple cider vinegar.
Once daily I drink green tea with one clove of garlic, 1/8" echinacea root, 1/4 tsp cayenne liquified in a blender (to boost immunity)
I wont lie to you, these drinks are utterly disgusting. But I choke it back hoping that this time around things will be different. I hope this helps somebody out there.
Diffuse Chronic Mucocutaneous Candidiasis, but without any obvious physical manifestation except for minor rashes and itchiness. I had Seborrehic <span style = 'background-color: #dae8f4'>dermatitis</span>for about as long as i've had PATM. By cutting out dairy and refined sugar, the SD has all but disappeared. Hopefully the PATM will soon follow. I doubt the anti-candida products taken orally will help fight the skin variety. By the way, candidia can cause dermatitis anywhere on the body.
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