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Does Dermatitis Cause Anything Really Bad If Untreated
Possible: Dermatitis (another name for eczema) is not inherently dangerous, but it tends to itch, which makes it miserable. Constant scratching leads to infection (impetigo), bleeding, and scarring. Since most types of dermatitis can be easily controlled by a dermatologist, it makes no sense to take those risks by leaving the condition untreated. ...Read more
Could untreated Perioral Dermatitis for 8 months cause thinning and less elastic skin? If yes will it ever bounce back to normal?
Can glutton cause dermatitis around nose to flare. I have cream to keep it under control, but I've been eating a lot of bread Lately and broke out bad?
Dermatitis?: If you have a real dermatitis on the face, it may be rosacea, seborrhea, acne, or any of dozens of other less-common illnesses. If you spend your time reading "pop" claims about "gluten" causing everything, you'll never get any of these accurately diagnosed or treated effectively. If the rash is obvious to others, get it seen by your physician, now or at your next routine physical. ...Read more
Is it possible for a bad tooth to cause skin problems? Been getting staph infections, pimples, whiteheads, dermatitis for a few months
Very remote: Unless you have multiple dental issues which are having a effect on your immune system. ...Read more
Dermatitis: Dermatitis is inflammation of the skin. The skin is usually red and itchy and may be scaly. Eczema or atopic dermatitis is probably most common, but there are many different causes, like allergic reactions, reactions to medications, infections, psoriasis, seborrheic dermatitis, infections, and other inflammatory conditions of the skin. ...Read more
Possibly: Consider re-asking and letting us know the specific drug you are referring to - so we can provide a more accurate answer. ...Read more
Depends on type: "dermatitis" just means "inflammation of the skin". In other words, pretty much every rash is a "dermatitis". Without a more specific idea of what is going on, it is impossible to recommend treatment. Even if you are using "dermatitis" as a synonym for "eczema" (as some do), the possibilities are still too broad, since there are so many different kinds of eczema. ...Read more
Rarely: Most contact dermatitis eruptions when they resolve will at most leave pigment residuals either in the form of lighter skin or a brown stain. More severe cases, particularly those cases of irritant (as opposed to "allergic") contact dermatitis do have the capability of causing scarring. ...Read more
Contact dermitis: Allergic and contact dermitis can be caused by an abnormal skin response to cosmetics. ...Read more
Numular eczema: Nummular ("coin-shaped") eczema (dermatitis) is just a variation on chronic eczema in which you get scattered patches of eczema 1-2" in diameter. They usually respond much better to steroid creams that the diffuse type of eczema. Symptoms are reddening and scaling of the skin and itch. ...Read more
Atopic dermatitis: Atopic dermatitis is a skin condition characterized by dry, wrinkled, itchy and occasionally red skin. Symptoms can be reduced with hypoallergenic cleansers and moisturizers such as Cetaphil, and fragrance/dye free detergents. Topical steroids are also helpful. This condition stems from a hypersensitivity reaction of the immune system. It is controllable, not curable. ...Read more
It is possible: Please see your gyn or a urologist ...Read more
Not known now.: There are many side effects, like allergic reaction, swelling of mouth, redness, hirsuitism, weight gain, muscle weakness, etc. As it is a steroid. However, there does not seem to be any obvious link to cancer. And many people have minor or no effects. It may cause cushing's syndrome, and in diabetics, it can raise the glucose levels, requiring dose adjustment. If the side effects occur see dr. ...Read more
Atopic dermatitis: Atopic dermatitis is also called eczema, dermatitis, or atopy. Most commonly, it may be thought of as a type of skin allergy or sensitivity. The atopic dermatitis triad includes asthma, allergies (hay fever), and eczema. There is a known hereditary component of the disease, and it is seen more in some families. The hallmarks of the disease include skin rashes and itching. ...Read more
See below.: Seborrheic dermatitis is aggravated by changes in humidity, changes in seasons, trauma (eg, scratching), or emotional stress, but someone has to have an underlying tendency to it for it to show up at all. Depending on where it is, how severe it is, and how old you child is, there are treatments available. Your child's doctor can work with you to find the best treatment for your child. ...Read more
Is it possible for a topical ointment to cause contact dermatitis when applied to one part of your body and not when applied to another?
It is: It is possible. Different skin types and thicknesses on a person's body in different areas. ...Read more
Not clear.: The exact cause of perioral dermatitis is not known. However, it may appear after strong topical steroid creams are applied to the face to treat other conditions. (strong topical steroids should never be applied to the face.) the Fluoride in toothpaste is sometimes blamed, but I think it is rarely (if ever) the cause. ...Read more
Allergy: When you are allergic to one of the ingredients of the cosmetic in question, you will develop contact dermatitis. Unfortunately it is frequently difficult to identify the specific ingredient that is causing the problem, since cosmetic companies often keep their formulas secret. A dermatologist can help you do it, though, with patch testing. ...Read more
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