Seborrheic dermatitis garlic

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Avatar f tn Hello, Without examination,confirmation of a diagnosis is tough but it can be seborrheic dermatitis. Seborrheic dermatitis is a common skin condition that causes flaky,dry, white to yellowish scales to form on oily areas esp under the nose or anywhere on face. You can treat flaking and dryness with over-the-counter dandruff or medicated shampoos. Shampoo the hair vigorously and frequently (preferably daily).
Avatar f tn It could be seborrheic dermatitis. I have had the best luck with a neem shampoo. Also the cause of my problem was malnutrition from an absorptive disorder (Celiac). Improving the diet to eliminate junk food and increasing vegetables and lean meat and decreasing empty carbs will probably help. Take a probiotic and odorless garlic or oregano oil pills to get the systemic flora in balance too. If the skin is oily, rinsing in vinegar water can help.
Avatar n tn Hi, I'm sorry to hear what you have been through for the past months. Seborrheic dermatitis is a chronic condition that can be controlled with treatment. The severity of seborrheic dermatitis can be lessened by controlling the risk factors and by proper skin care. Over-the-counter dandruff or medicated shampoos is usually indicated for the flaking. However, shampoos or lotions containing selenium, ketoconazole, or corticosteroids may be prescribed for severe cases.
Avatar m tn I went back to dermatologist and he said it might be some fungal infection/inflammation or possibly seborrheic dermatitis or psoriasis. so he prescribed me to use Ketokanazole topical cream for three weeks & the bumps at the base and under my foreskin he said were pearly penile papulae, which are harmless and will be there for life.
Avatar m tn I went back to dermatologist and he said it might be some fungal infection or possibly seborrheic dermatitis or psoriasis. so he prescribed me to use Ketokanazole topical cream for three weeks & the bumps at the base and under my foreskin he said were pearly penile papulae. After three weeks conditions didnt improve, so i went back and he said it might be eczema and not any kind of STD's & the black raised spots on my glans he said were nothing to be worried about and they are normal.
Avatar m tn Yeast likes to live in moist environments, so wearing loose clothing that breathes and cotton panties can help. You can also get something called seborrheic dermatitis, which is basically dandruff not on your head, but I think it's a different species that does it. You can google "skin yeast infection" and look at the images to compare (warning: graphic).
Avatar m tn If you want another one done I'm sure they could do one. But you may want to see the ID doc before you get that done. I have both seborrheic dermatitis (scalp and forehead) as well as rosacea, on the face and have eczema on my legs and hands. Lots of fun here. I was totally misdiagnosed by a Harvard dermatologist and my leg blew up like an elephant leg due to an allergy to a steroid ointment and he said I had a type of vaculitis. LOL no way. I haven't had it since.
Avatar f tn After coming off birth control and a particularly unhealthy back to back weekends, i broke out in a body rash, eczema on arms, seborrheic dermatitis on face, and a suspected nasty staph infection to make things worse. Aside from not too much help from doctors (IGE was 800+, showed no food allergens, just common environmental I have always known), this is what has helped me the most: -antifungal, antibiotic diet - as many nutrient rich greens, less fruits if you suspect infection to start..
Avatar f tn This is essentially the same thing that causes dandruff of the scalp, except occurring in sebaceous glands on the face (such as around the nose). I previously was able to eradicate a case of dandruff by stopping use of particular hair products (e.g. gel), and by putting neem oil on my scalp. I intend to try using neem oil in this case to see if it cures this current condition. Good luck!
1548538 tn?1293875433 seborrheic dermatitis. However, not being FLAKES seems to rule the last one out!? Help?
Avatar m tn I didn’t treat at first, expecting it would clear, but it spread, and I only managed to clear it with 1 month of applying a cream - 3 bouts of angular cheilitis. - Mild seborrheic dermatitis on face / nasal folds - A nasty viral stomach bug Fast forward to today, end October 2015. It has been 12 months since the incident. I have tested negative for HIV 11 times – including at 13 weeks, 3 months, 4.5 months, 6 months and finally 11 months post exposure.
Avatar n tn Hello, From these symptoms it looks like seborrheic dermatitis. Seborrhoeic Dermatitis is believed to be an inflammatory reaction related to the proliferation of normal skin habitant Malassezia – a yeast, which produces toxic substances that infect and irate the skin. The disease is neither contagious nor related with diet but it may be aggravated by other illness like Psychological stress, immune compromised patients, neurological diseases like Parkinsonism and stroke.
Avatar f tn Several weeks later I started losing my hair and developed Seborrheic Dermatitis on my scalp. I lost about half my hair. My hair used to be down to my waist, healthy and SO thick I couldn't put it in a pony tail. I really miss it. Now I have to keep my hair chin length because of the pain. It hurts to touch any hair on my head. I can't wear a hat, go in the wind, go in heat or cold, etc... This pain has caused me to develop an extreme fear of being touched.
288415 tn?1231634102 The doctor said I had seborrheic 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....
Avatar n tn Been treated for blepharitis, seborrheic dermatitis, and allergies. Whenever I start another treatment I have a short period of relief. It always comes back...longest time without symptoms 10 days. Like eveyone else, I have thrown all makeup, lotions, and soaps away. Washed sheets, pillow cases, and put pillow in the dryer. This has become debilitating and I am becoming depressed. I have a high profile job and don't want to be seen because I look like I have some awful disease.
440193 tn?1293814117 I saw a doctor two years ago for adult acne and at that time told him about my eye lashes that were falling out, mostly on my left side. He said it was seborrheic dermatitis and that if I would wash my hair with this one shampoo and let it sit on my head for 10 minutes, rinse, and do it gain for 10 minutes, and to do that for three days, it would go away. He said the "spores" from the seborrheic dermatitis is what caused my eyelashes to fall out.
Avatar n tn Now my ear has once again (along with my hands) gotten really bad. Before reading this post, about a week ago, I read olive oil and garlic both are good natural healers/remedies of dry skin, ear infections, and other as well. I chopped up some fresh, raw garlic, mixed in olive oil and then applied to my hands, and a few drops in my ear (it's only in my right ear). This seemed to help with the pain and itching, and I thought the appearance of my hands was getting better.
Avatar n tn Especially for those with auto immune conditions, you might want to consider that your itchy rash is related to a gluten sensitivity also known as dermatitis herpetiformis which is an indication of celiac disease. check out FYI - many people with celiac disease have NO other symptoms than this and ultimately this is how they are diagnosed.
Avatar n tn insect bites, poison oak, poison ivy, Eczema, seborrheic dermatitis, psoriasis. This stuff work for me, it may or may not work for everyone. Good luck.
Avatar n tn Hi, Differentials may include eczematous disease ( allergic dermatitis, atopic dermatitis, seborrheic dermatitis)involving the extremities.There may be an overlying infection after severely scratching or breaking the skin. Have you any known allergies? At this point it is difficult to tell what causes the condition. A complete examination by an internist or dermatologist may help. Have you tried taking any medications before that relieved the symptoms?
Avatar f tn I have had exterminators at my apt, been to the dermatologist and doctor. The dermatologist put me on four topical prescriptions and an oral antifungal tab, and gave me the diagnosis "seborrheic dermatitis". They thought it was scabies in the past, and I had used per might in 1% twice with no relief. I have also gotten blood work and urinalysis done - waiting on results. Someone mentioned hearing crickets in their ears.
Avatar n tn Take a bath in Tea Tree Oil (Only pour about 20 drop in the bath tub and DO NOT PUT DIRECTLY ON AN OPEN WOUND (The bath will burn a bit after 10 minutes) Only stay in for 20 minutes max Ecinacea and Garlic supplements are good to help your skin heal faster Use a lotion with Vitamin E in it because Vitamin E is what helps skin heal and stay healthy ** Also Permetherine is very toxic to the body and afterward I experience very painful abscess so be careful and if you get these see a doctor imm
Avatar n tn He then prescribed Hydrocortisone 2% and told me that I most likely just had some contact dermatitis 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.
Avatar m tn I know this might sound crazy but the garlic, Ufff i think it works. Eating fresh garlic, or taking odorless organic garlic supplement daily seems to calm it a little. or @ least i belive it. Missed the gralic for a day or two and I would feel the difference. Is like a vampire myth. Really dont know how this works, it has to do with the PH of your body, and garlic is even stronger than antibiotics.
Avatar n tn I have seborrheic dermatitis, and haven't used a regular shampoo in decades. Now I use T/Gel - in rotation. The menthol one is great for itchy scalps, which leads me to problem number 3: I get unidentified bumps on my skin, particularly on my scalp and neck, which are incredibly itchy. I call this my "heat rash", as it's often associated with a hot day, or when I'm bundled up against the cold, but I can get this any time on my scalp, neck and back.