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Crusting Of Skin Eruptions
Describe these: The term "eruptions" can have many different meanings to different doctors. If you could describe these (flat, elevated, small, large, colored, itchy, tender, pus-filled, and so on) it would be far easier to have some idea of what they might be. The best solution, however, is to have your local doctor take a look at them. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Hi, Ive seem to be getting lesions on my skin for 5 weeks now. My doctors say it is a fixed drug eruption, however my condition is getting worse.
I've been diagnosed with fxd drugs eruption.It started since 2011 until now.Can my skin heal completely&be back to normal again?Would elomet helps?
Avoid naproxen sodiu: Fixed drug eruption is typically caused by infrequently used medications such as over the counter products for headaches or even constipation. Naproxen sodium is a common culprit (trade name aleve) as well as certain laxatives. If you avoid the drug that triggers the eruption, your skin will completely normalize. In the interim, have your doctor prescribed a topical steroid to speed up resolution. ...Read more
I've been diagnosed with fxd drugs eruptions. It started since 2011 until now. Can my skin be back to normal again&heal completely?Would elomet helps?
Elomet: Yes you can get your skin back to normal and elomet can help as well as copious amounts of moisturizer. ...Read more
Urticaria: Hives comprise their own category of eruption. They are unique primarily due to their transient nature (each hive will last for less than a day and will be replaced by new ones as they crop up). Rarely, lesions persist for greater than a day if an underlying immune complex disease or autoimmune disease is involved. Hives are slight raised welts surrounded by redness. No blistering, ulcer or pus ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Usually not: If you have a rash, get it seen and diagnosed by an evidence-based physician. Jaundice and the purpuric lesions of liver failure are very familiar to scientific medicine. Somebody who tells you that your acne, ringworm, other superficial fungus, or psoriasis are from "toxic liver" is scamming you. ...Read more
Hi..I havev tried all moisturiser but nothing suits me. Develop acnevform eruptions or bumps. What should I use to keep my skin hydrated and fresh.
You could: You could use cera 've lotion or cream ...Read more
Many causes: Blisters can be caused by many many pathologies. Simple rubbing/friction in the area, certain insect bites, contact allergic reactions like poison ivy, autoimmune diseases like bullous pemphigoid where your own body attacks your skin, a simple burn or a chemical burn are all just a few examples of blistering causes. ...Read more
Wash your face: Is still a basic and useful answer. Reduce fast food consumption eat more fresh fruits and veggies. Look at proactive..People either love it or hate it. Look at a product called schmoove on www.Franzcenter.Com. Over the counter products with benzoyl peroxide also can help. If it is worsening then consult with your doctor. ...Read more
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