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5 natural home remedy to get rid of eczema

Although studies are yet to confirm the causes of eczema, it is often assumed to be an overactive immune response to irritants coming into contact with the skin.

Nevertheless, eczema generally appears on the hands, feet, face, legs, or the inner creases of knees and elbows; it is easy to identify and has been observed to affect far more infants and children than adults.

It is, however, important to note that eczema is often a chronic condition. This, among other reasons, is why those who have suffered from eczema will tell you that getting rid of it comes with great relief.

However, the orthodox treatments for eczema generally include steroid creams or orally administered steroids, antihistamines, UV light therapy, drugs that affect the immune system, and antibiotics if open blisters become infected.

And if all else fails, doctors may prescribe one of two topical creams – pimecrolimus (immunodepressant) or tacrolimus (immunosuppressant) – with a long list of possible side-effects.

Question about severe hives?

My husband suffers from random SEVERE hive outbreaks that can last for a week or longer. He's gone through all of the diagnostic tests but no results. The doctor hasn't prescribed or recommended anything for him. It's horrible to see anyone suffer like


Hi, I had hives for 10 years in the severe category. The meds that worked for me were a combination of claritin D and advair. Find an allergist willing to work on different combinations of meds til you find one that controls them.
Anyway, the


My doctor prescribed Atarax (hydroxyzine) for my hives. I take it daily and my hives are just about non-existent now. Good luck. I know how miserable that can be.


He may be allergic to cell phone and wifi towers and antennas like I am.

'I'm allergic to modern living':
http://www.dailymail.co.uk/news/article- 443717/Im-allergic-modern-living.html

The woman who needs a veil of

I am having an allergic reaction to my sutures-any remedies besides benedryl cream that can relieve this itch?

I had a surgery on my stomach a week ago. The inside stiches-turns out I am allergic to them. I have 3 places with stitches and they itch soo bad plus I have hives on my stomach and tongue! I have been putting benedryl cream on them for 2 days and taking


Benedryl is a topical anesthetic. The other thing you can get without a prescription is a cream containing a little hydrocortisone. This is a steroid. It has a different action from an anesthetic. So in theory you can try both.

Because


Benedryl is a topical anesthetic. The other thing you can get without a prescription is a cream containing a little hydrocortisone. This is a steroid. It has a different action from an anesthetic. So in theory you can try both.

Because