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My 2 month old son breaks out real bad on his face all the time his dr. Said its seboric dermatitis is this permanent and what's the best home remedy?

My 2 month old son breaks out real bad on his face all the time his dr. Said its seboric dermatitis is this permanent and what's the best home remedy?

Atopic dermatitis: This is more likely to be atopic dermatitis. He needs a good, thick emollient at least two times a day to the area--try truelipids ointment or cream. It is the safest, most non-toxic option out there. Go see a dermatologist who has a lot of experience with this disease. I have many many helpful things that I teach my patients, but cannot type them all here in 400 words or less. ...Read more

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I m looking for cure of seboric dermatitis. Suffring with facial dandruff with itching and redness, and hair dandruff with itchy scalp and hair fall.

Seborrheic dermatiti: Seborrheic dermatitis tends to be chronic, and there's usually no strategy that stops it permanently. But treatments, including many you can try at home, may control your signs and symptoms during a flare-up. Anti fungal agents that you want to look for in the products you buy are: ketoconazole, ciclopirox, terbinafine (lamisil), zinc pyrithione, coal tar, and salacylic acid. ...Read more

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Seboric dermatitis in ears small spurts of vertigo for 6 months tinnitus tense neck head pressure and pains ear fullness hoarseness slight sore throat?

Seboric dermatitis in ears small spurts of vertigo for 6 months tinnitus tense neck head pressure and pains ear fullness hoarseness slight sore throat?

Not all related: The dermatitis of the ear ear canal is a separate issue and is not related to the other symptoms. Small spurts of vertigo may be BPPV. The ear fullness is non-specific and is not related to your voice problem. All of these symptoms should be evaluated by an ENT doctor. ...Read more

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How can I help a patient with scars from seborhhic dermattis?

How can I help a patient with scars from seborhhic dermattis?

Scars R permanent: There are currently few options to improve scar appearances, but unfortunately once a scar is form, it is permanent. Dermal abrasion/laser treatment, surgical repairs, chemical peels etc. Can be done, but often expensive. She should see her doc/dermatologist regularly for treatment of her dermatitis to minimize scarring--her doc may fix scars as well. Consult doc. Good luck. ...Read more

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Symptoms and treatments of and for seborheic dermatis of penis also have it on scalp nose creases neared area ears is aquaphor good or something else?

Symptoms and treatments of and for seborheic dermatis of penis also have it on scalp nose creases neared area ears is aquaphor good or something else?

Same treatment: Dear MickL, the skin on the penis is the same skin as on the rst of your body. Therefore the same treatment which works in other places will work for you. ...Read more

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What is stasis dermatisis?

What is stasis dermatisis?

Venous hypertension: The underlying problem is backwards blood flow (reflux) in leg veins, as dr. W-k said. When there is reflux that is severe and long standing, the pressure buildup (venous hypertension) that occurs causes inflammation that can damage the skin. One of the ways that the skin damage can appear is stasis dermatitis. If you have stasis dermatitis, your risk of developing an ulcer is higher. ...Read more

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I suffer from seboreic dermatit for ten years. Anyone can help me?

I suffer from seboreic dermatit for ten years. Anyone can help me?

See Derm: I certainly would recommend seeing a dermatologist, but you can start with trying otc medicated shampoos with selenium sulfide in them, such as head and shoulders or selsun blue. ...Read more

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A friend was diagnosis with statis dermatis they mistook it for posorsis is that normal what is the different thanks?

No such term: I have never heard of the term statis dermatitis. Psoriasis is usually quite unique in its presentation with rather well-defined plaques on the skin. Is this diagnosis made by a dermatologist? Did you mean atopic dermatitis which is itchy, symmetrical, and often involves the crease at the elbows and behind the knees? In immunologic terms, psoriasis is 180 degree different from psoriasis. ...Read more

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How to treat dermatisis if it been from long time?

How to treat dermatisis if it been from long time?

See dermatologist to: Determine the cause then it can be treated. ...Read more

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Is the an "at home" method of seborrhic keratosis removal?

Is the an "at home" method of seborrhic keratosis removal?

And no way: I guess you could buy one of those over the counterthings that are used to freeze off wart and see if those work. In my opinion the best way to do it is to see a dermatologist and have them scrape or frozen off. ...Read more

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What are the things I should avoid that worsen atopic dermatisis?

What are the things I should avoid that worsen atopic dermatisis?

Dry skin: If you suffer from atopic dermatitis, you should avoid long, hot showers and fragrant soaps and clothing detergents. I usually recommend using a body soap for sensitive skin such as Dove basic white soap with no pretty smell. There are a variety of laundry detergents for sensitive skin that do not have any irritants in them such as All Clear, etc. Daily moisturizer use is a must!! ...Read more

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What is the main cause of excess oily scalp or sebbhoric deematitis?

What is the main cause of excess oily scalp or sebbhoric deematitis?

EXCESSIVE OILY SCALP: CAUSE OF EXCESSIVE OILY SCALP.
NOT SHAMPOOING AS OFTEN AS YOU SHOULD AND PUTTING ALL KINDS OF GREASE AND HAIR-OILS IN YOUR SCALP. ...Read more

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What are the grains w/ seborheic dermatitis made of? Why is it that it helps to remove them while treating? What effect are they causing? Can elaborate

What are the grains w/ seborheic dermatitis made of? Why is it that it helps to remove them while treating? What effect are they causing? Can elaborate

Seborrheic Derm: One characteristic of this disorder is the increased growth rate of the surface of the skin, leading to fragments of surface keratinized cells that break off. Because of the altered growth, they hold together differently than normal-- grains as you say. Removal helps to make it easier for any topical treatment to reach the site of the increased proliferation in the base of the epideremis. ...Read more

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Is ashy dermatosis curable?

Is ashy dermatosis curable?

See a dermatologist: It is a benign condition some people claimed some success of making it lighter by using topical steroid some claimed better result with systemic therapy and that why you need to see a dermatologist some claimed it could disappear on its own see a dermatologist ...Read more

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How can I get rid of chronic atopic dermatyitis?

How can I get rid of chronic atopic dermatyitis?

Seek help: You will need the help of a dermatologist and possibly the help of an allergist. ...Read more

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Can you tell me how could I help seborheic dermatitis in eyebrows?

Can you tell me how could I help seborheic dermatitis in eyebrows?

Seborrheic dermatitis: Medicated shampoos, creams and lotions are the main treatments for seborrheic dermatitis. Try over-the-counter dandruff shampoos before considering prescription remedies. Your doctor may prescribe ketoconazole shampoo alternated with a clobetasol scalp product (Temovate) twice weekly. Psoralen with light therapy (photochemotherapy). Prescription-strength hydrocortisone, fluocinolone or desonide ...Read more

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Can you tell me how I could help seborheic dermatitis in eyebrows?

Can you tell me how I could help seborheic dermatitis in eyebrows?

See eye doc: Dilute baby shampoo with with water and wash brows. Put warm compress for 2 minutes. Then get antibiotic/steroid ointmet from doc. ...Read more

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How can I grow back eyebrows that fell out cause of seborreic dermatitis?

How can I grow back eyebrows that fell out cause of seborreic dermatitis?

Treat the problem: Treat the autoimmune problem, or get the real diagnosis and treat that. ...Read more

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I was diagnosed with ashy dermatosis is there any cure for that please help me?

I was diagnosed with ashy dermatosis is there any cure for that please help me?

Sometimes called: Erythema dyschromicum perstans, almost similar to lichen planus, was noted to originate in south america. But a few case have been seen in europe (italy, finland) to name a few. Clofazimine has been shown to work on certain individuals as well as dapsone. Please with your dermatologist. Please note that both of these medications do have side effects ...Read more

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Everytime I go outside my eyebrows fall out like my seborreic dermatitis gets worse, why?

Dermatitis: Sunshine and wind may aggravate your seborrheic dermatitis just as it does to acne rosacea of the nose and face. Consult a dermatologist for advice and treatment. Wear sunglasses and a wide brimmed hat when in the sun and wind. ...Read more

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I'm 18 and my eyebrows won't grow back. I don't pluck them I just noticed they've thinned out. I used to have seborreic dermatitis but not anymore?

I'm 18 and my eyebrows won't grow back. I don't pluck them I just noticed they've thinned out. I used to have seborreic dermatitis but not anymore?

? Alopecia: It is possible that you have alopecia areata (aa). But if you are having thinning and not frank loss of hair then this may not be aa. Seeing a dermatologist would be your best option. If you are in silver spring there are a number of good dermatologists in the area, some who are also easily accessible via the metro so you wouldn't have to drive as much. ...Read more

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My eyebrows started shedding due to me having seborreic dermatitis. The dermatitis stopped but my eyebrows still shedding like crazy what can I do?

My eyebrows started shedding due to me having seborreic dermatitis. The dermatitis stopped but my eyebrows still shedding like crazy what can I do?

Eye brow shedding: After you skin recovers, the shedding should stop and your brows should grow back in. You have to make sure that inflammation of the skin is improved and kept well hydrated and clean. Avoid any triggers that can cause the dermatitis to return. Get in to see a Dermatologist, should things not improve. Best of luck and let me know if you have any other questions. ...Read more

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What are your treatment options for seborrhic keratosis?

What are your treatment options for seborrhic keratosis?

See: Http://www. Mayoclinic. Org/diseases-conditions/seborrheic-keratosis/basics/treatment/con-20028396

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Is Azo yeast pills safe to use to cure my seborraic dermatitis?

Is Azo yeast pills safe to use to cure my seborraic dermatitis?

Azo Yeast: Azo yeast is a botanical product that is reported to help prevent ; to ameliorate symptoms of a vaginal yeast infection. I have seen no reports that it is used to treat seborreic dermatitis. ...Read more

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I was prescribed deltasone 10 mg for dermatisis but am afraid of side effects what should I do?

I was prescribed deltasone 10 mg for dermatisis but am afraid of side effects what should I do?

Use short term: Deltasone certainly has a long list of side effects but if the medicine is used in lower dosages which 10 mg is and if the drug is used for a short period one to wo weeks for example side effects can be minimal and is usually well tolerated. Assuming you do not have other medical problems such as diabetes, the medication should be tolerated. Good luck ...Read more

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"nozoral shampoo" and "diprosalic solution" are good for dermatitis seborreics or have something better?

"nozoral shampoo" and "diprosalic solution" are good for dermatitis seborreics or have something better?

Both Good: Both are good non-prescription choices for control of seborrhea. If it doesn't improve, you may need to see your doctor for prescription treatment. ...Read more

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Can psoraisis or seborreic dermatits cause sudden severe hairfall? Provided that I do not have telegon effluivm.

No: See a dermatologist. Show all meds, vitamins, pills of any kind. Weight change? Fever or injury or surgery recent months? Normal menses? Birth control? ...Read more

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