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Lupus Constant Sneezing Fits Eczema On Legs And Arms
Yes.: Yes, you may use triamcinolone on your face; however, make sure to avoid any contact within the eyes. Before administration, make sure to wash and dry your hands as well as clean and dry the affected area. When applying triamcinolone, apply only a thin layer to the affected area. Do not use it on any open skin or wounds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
yes: Neuropathies secondary to lupus may cause similar symptoms. ...Read more
I've had allergies, asthma and eczema simce I was a child. The eczema has spread frm my arms to all over my legs amd torso what can I do?,
I have eczema on my legs and arms .Please advice and Could you recommend an effective moisturiser?
Use cream; wash less: Eczema can be treated by increasing the moisture in the skin, by using creams like CeraVe or Cetaphil. Hydrocortisone 1% cream is over-the-counter, and can be used twice a day for 4-5 days. If the eczema is not better by then, a doctor needs to look at the rash. If the rash is better, then the hydrocortisone can be used once a day for a few more days, and then stopped. Avoid over-washing skin. ...Read more
Dry patches if skin on my legs and arms even a lil patch on my foot never had this before what could this be? Is it eczema?
My toddler seems to have rather severe eczema. It's all over his face, arms & legs. Could it be something else? There's no blisters just bumpy and dry
Moderate/severe: Eczema can be quite dramatic in appearance when it is moderate / severe. if the diagnosis has been confirmed by your pediatrician and/or dermatologist then that is probably what the child has. Continue the treatments as recommended - winter is always worse! ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Can my cause for proximal weakness in both legs and arms be caused through lupus - with the result leg 'gives way' when i walk?
What can an eczema patient get tested for besides food and normal things. My thick eczema on feet with cuts and cuts on fingers and arms and legs.
Probably no allergie: Most patients with excema are not specifically allergic to something. This is a problem that can be inherited and while it is treatable is not curable. It is usually treated with topical cortisone creams, moisturizers, mild soaps and sometimes bleach baths or oral antibiotics. You need to see a dermatologist for proper treatment. ...Read more
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