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What is in Hylatopic plus cream? I was prescribed for my contact dermatitis/eczema

What is in Hylatopic plus cream? I was prescribed for my contact dermatitis/eczema

Anti-inflammatory: There is no cortisone in this medication, so no risk of skin getting thinner ...Read more

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My skin has got eczema plus infection. I got Fucidin Ointment and applied to the affected area. Then the fluid started coming out. Can I still use it?

My skin has got eczema plus infection. I got Fucidin Ointment and applied to the affected area. Then the fluid started coming out. Can I still use it?

Depends: Depends on the nature of the infection (dermatitis or subcutaneous involvement). Eczema can be very difficult to control if the infection is not appropriately addressed. Because the description of "fluid coming out" is somewhat unusual, I recommend a virtual consult for a more personalized assessment and bringing this to the attention of your local provider. ...Read more

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Is it possible to overdose or use too much lotion? I have eczema & use lotion multiple x per day plus steroid cream frequently.

Is it possible to overdose or use too much lotion? I have eczema & use lotion multiple x per day plus steroid cream frequently.

No: But the steroid should not be over used. There is method called occlusive dressing. If a particular lesion is bad.....less amount of cream will change it overnight. ...Read more

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Hi my name is precious I would like to know on what to do with my 6 month old son. He has eczema that is very severe took him to a gp but the cream we got its not helping. Can I take him to the hospital im a key care plus user and also which one.

Hi my name is precious I would like to know on what to do with my 6 month old son. He has eczema that is very severe took him to a gp but the cream we got its not helping. Can I take him to the hospital im a key care plus user and also which one.

Give it time: The hospital is unlikely to do anything more than what you are doing now. It is not a problem that requires admission to preserve hydration or require intravenous drugs. If this is not helping over time seek a referral to a dermatologist to review the treatment plan. This is a US based site & we do not keep up with local health systems in the parts of the world where we are accessed. ...Read more

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Can I use Travacort, ketoconazole cream, and azelaic acid cream at the same time plus take vibramycin (doxycycline)? Doc prescribed all 4 for seborrheic eczema.

Yes: Drug drug interactions are common and no online list is entirely accurate. The risk of side effects from this combination is extremely small however and this combo is definitely worth a try. Seb eczema difficult disorder to treat. ...Read more

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Good day, I am a 27year old female with aqute vaginal itching. I have tried everything under the sun from steroid creams to antibiotics, deuch cleaners I itch non stop for 2years plus. I have been treated for herpes, eczema, yeast infection?

Good day, I am a 27year old female with aqute vaginal itching. I have tried everything under the sun from steroid creams to antibiotics, deuch cleaners I itch non stop for 2years plus. I have been treated for herpes, eczema, yeast infection?

See allergist?: I presume that you have already been treated by your GYN but still have not had a satisfactory response. I also assume that you had no response to antifungal treatment either. One possibility may be semen allergy or latex allergy. Has anyone considered that? If not applicable to you, perhaps an allergist can assist you in finding the cause. ...Read more

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What are the most common eczema triggers? Could a severe reaction to poison ivy trigger an eczema flare after/in addition to the allergic rash?

What are the most common eczema triggers? Could a severe reaction to poison ivy trigger an eczema flare after/in addition to the allergic rash?

Eczema Triggers: Eczema Triggers include Chemicals, Hot water, Overbathing, detergents, soaps, shampoos, perfumes, scented body care products, stress, pet dander, molds, dust mites, cockroaches, to name a few.
Yes, a severe reaction to poison ivy could definitely trigger an eczema flare! Hope this helps! ...Read more

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What is good for ezcema?

What is good for ezcema?

1: Alvenno bath
use dove soap or ivory
do not take a long hot bath or shower
use baby oil on your skin for a moisterizer. ...Read more

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What can I use to treat baby ezcema?

What can I use to treat baby ezcema?

Ceramides&daily care: Much new research is indicating that many with eczema share the lack of ceramides in their skin. Consequently there is a new wave of moisturizers that contain ceramides to compensate. If you have not ever visited with your dermatologist or pediatrician about baby eczema, there are daily maintenance protocols that can be instituted which provide ongoing protection & prevention of eczema flares. ...Read more

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What medication to use to treat ezcema?

What medication to use to treat ezcema?

Several: The basic treatment for eczema is hydration, hydration, hydration with the use of emolients. Next if needed is an appropriate steroid cream, used appropriately and for the appropriate amount of time. There are some immune modulating drugs like tacrolimus. This is a difficult dermatologic disorder and if you have done the simple things (adult or child) then see a good dermatologist. ...Read more

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Is it possible to be fully cured from ezcema?

Is it possible to be fully cured from ezcema?

Yes: It depends on the cause, if it is due to reaction to an environmental agent, prevention of exposure would be curative. If the cause is not clear, please consult a dermatologist.
For good health - Have a diet rich in fresh vegetables, fruits, whole grains, milk and milk products, nuts, beans, legumes, lentils and small amounts of lean meats. Avoid saturated fats. Drink enough water daily, so that your urine is mostly colorless. Exercise at least 150 minutes/week and increase the intensity of exercise gradually. Do not use tobacco, alcohol, weed or street drugs in any form.
Practice safe sex, if you have sex. ...Read more

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What can I do if my ezcema is finally going away so could I now wear other fabrics?

Chronic: Follow the advise your dermatologist gave you and remember, eczema or atopic dermatitis tends to be a chronic life long condition that will require you follow certain care regimens for your skin. ...Read more

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What's eczema?

What's eczema?

Chronic Inflammation: Eczema is a chronic inflammatory skin condition. Seems to due to genetic defects in the proteins and lipids supporting the skin layer/barrier called the epidermis. Disruption of this barrier results in inflammation of the skin. You likely have a family history of this condition as it tends to be passed on genetically. Eczema can be mild, moderate or severe. See an allergist or dermatologist. ...Read more

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What is eczema?

What is eczema?

Good article about: Atopic dermatitis http://www. Mayoclinic. Com/health/eczema/ds00986

associated with asthma and allergies also. ...Read more

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What is eczema?

What is eczema?

Eczema: A detailed answer would take more than the allotted 400 characters via healthtap. Here is some detailed information from the National Eczema Association
https://nationaleczema. Org/eczema/ ...Read more

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What causes eczema?

What causes eczema?

Born with tendency.: Eczema is in the same family of conditions as allergies and asthma;someone with eczema has skin that's overly sensitive to dryness and irritation. It can't be cured but usually can be controlled. It is best managed by using a sensitive skin cleanser, avoiding bathing in very hot water, and using a sensitive skin lotion at least 3 times daily, even when the rash isn't there. ...Read more

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How to cure eczema?

How to cure eczema?

No cure, treatable: There is no cure for eczema but atopic conditions such as eczema or asthma can be easily treated with a good regimen, and with steroids with flareups.
(www. Chrisohmd. Com). ...Read more

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How to cure eczema?

How to cure eczema?

Protect: Avoid things that make you break out, soaps & wetness. Wash your hands only when necessary. Wear gloves when needed. Wear clothes made of cotton. Bathe only with a small amount of mild unscented soap, such as dove. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot. Use the medicine your doctor gave you. Use a plain moisturizer daily. Avoid scratching or rubbing the itchy area. Manage stress. ...Read more

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How to cure eczema?

How to cure eczema?

HC cream; moisturize: To treat mild or moderate eczema, hydrocortisone 1% cream (a thin coat on the rash twice a day, for 5-10 days) is cheap, found at most stores and works well. A daily moisturizing cream (Cetaphil, CeraVe, Eucerin, etc.) used 2-4 times a day helps to heal eczema and to prevent return of the rash. One can avoid creams with lanolin, aloe, or fragrances if sensitive to the ingredients. Avoid soaps. ...Read more

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How to treat ezcema?

How to treat ezcema?

Eczema: Eczema is an allergy, caused by allergic chemicals that we breathe or eat, and is a skin form of asthma and sinusitis. It runs in families, and may begin in child hood. It causes terrible itching which causes the person to scratch and hurt their own skin. It is very hard to discover what you are allergic to, so you must use lotions to soften the skin and anti itch pills to stop you for rubbing. ...Read more

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How is eczema cured?

How is eczema cured?

Good Skin Hygiene: Eczema can get better over time or it can be a lifelong condition. Take good care of your skin and eczema should be kept under control. Avoid long hot showers, avoid harsh and drying cleansers. Apply fragrance-free moisturizer like Vanicream twice a day. For eczema flares, apply prescription strength corticosteroid ointments to problem areas twice a day until clear. See Allergist for more details. ...Read more

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Is eczema hereditary?

Is eczema hereditary?

Sometimes: Eczema is in the same group of conditions as allergies and asthma, and can run in families the way they do. It can occur without a family history, though. Also, similar rashes can be caused by contact with irritants or certain metals if you're allergic to them. Use sensitive skin cleanser, avoid bathing in very hot water, and use sensitive skin lotion at least 3 times daily. See your doc if you need. ...Read more

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Is eczema heriditary?

Is eczema heriditary?

Partially: Eczema has a definite hereditary component. Children of parents with a history of allergic diseases such as eczema, hay fever, and asthma are at higher risk of developing asthma. However, eczema can occur in families where there is no history of allergies or eczema. ...Read more

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Eczema and probities?

Eczema and probities?

Autoimmune Paleo: The best way to improve eczema is by stopping inflammation causing grains, lentils, potatoes based items. Avoid milk protein since it causes inflammation

Healthy foods: fish, meats, vegetables, avocados, some saturated fat (butter, coconut oil), olive oil are very effective.
Probonix probiotic and vitD3 10k IU/day help reduce the inflammation as well. You should feel a difference in 1-4 months ...Read more

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How to manage eczema?

How to manage eczema?

Moisturise: Eczema is a dry / itchy skin condition caused by impaired barrier function rendering the skin more sensitive. The mainstay of treatment is regular daily emollient / moisturiser to nourish the skin and improve its barrier function. Moisturise the whole body. Intermittent targeted use of corticosteroid ointment can be used for flare ups. Caution with soaps. Www. Dermnetnz. Org/topics/atopic-eczema/ ...Read more

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Is eczema hereditary?

Is eczema hereditary?

Yes, it can be.: Eczema or atopic dermatitis is 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. It can occur in any age, most often it affects infants and young children. ...Read more

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Tell me about eczema?

Tell me about eczema?

Genetic: Seen at all ages but mostly children. Not allergy. Not food. Not stress. Not infection. Defect of filigren in outer surface of skin. Commonly in families and associated in same families with asthma and pollen reactions. Infants benefit from daily soak in water followed by application of lubricant. Modern ceramide creams are excellent. Itching is prominent and fails to respond to any antihistamine. ...Read more

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Is eczema hereditary?

Blame your parents?: Sometimes yes, sometimes no. I blame my parents whenever I get the chance, that's what they are there for! ...Read more

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How is eczema treated?

How is eczema treated?

Protect: Avoid things that make you break out, soaps & wetness. Wash your hands only when necessary. Wear gloves when needed. Wear clothes made of cotton. Bathe only with a small amount of mild unscented soap, such as dove. Keep the water temperature cool or warm, not hot. Use the medicine your doctor gave you. Use a plain moisturizer daily. Avoid scratching or rubbing the itchy area. Manage stress. ...Read more

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How does eczema start?

How does eczema start?

Chronic Inflammation: Eczema is a chronic inflammatory skin condition. Seems to due to genetic defects in the proteins and lipids supporting the skin layer/barrier called the epidermis. Disruption of this barrier results in inflammation of the skin. You likely have a family history of this condition as it tends to be passed on genetically. Eczema can be mild, moderate or severe. See an allergist or dermatologist. ...Read more