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Just an update:
I received the Nystatin from Germany and started taking it since last night. I quite the prednisone for a day and had a major flare up so I took a dose today as my hands started bleeding itching and cracking again.
Is it ok I will follow up with your advise on remedy once I finish the Nystatin in 2 weeks?
Thank you so much
EliSka on 2017-03-19I think we should try the Ran-b before you bombard your body with too much western medication.
sameervermani on 2017-03-22Oh shoot, I already started the Nystatin and it's been 5 days I'm on it, and today was the last dose left of Prednisone.
Should I stop with nystatin? It's supposed to get rid off too much yeast I have that causes my gut imbalance that then causes my eczema. Should I quit? Or may I take the remedy at the same time? I haven't received it yet though...
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sameervermani on 2017-03-23
EliSka on 2017-03-24Dear Sameer,
I'm off the Nystatin and saw no real improvements in my skin at all.
Have been on a no-sugar+no-carb diet since 6 days (actually 3 of them I water-fasted). My bloating has lessened but my loose stools haven't.
What I need to update you on is that I went in for a colon cleanse (hydrotherapy). The lady gave me few "salts" in water for me to drink, of which she said were baking soda and epsom salt after which we did the colon cleanse.
That eve I broke out in the worst flare up so far. I just found out that this lady also added homeopathic remedies to my water I drank before the cleanse. It contained the following:
I don't know much about Homeopathy but I do know that I'm not supposed to take more than 1 remedy at the time and give it its time to work. Knowing how sensitive I am to remedies my flare up is probably due to this mix they gave me.
Ever since my existing dyshidrosis flared, but now also have an unexplainable rash (looks like eczema round patches or psoriasis) all over my chest, abdomen, back and legs. Plus another type of rash which is extremely itchy on the back of my hands.
I never had any rashes in any of these places until I did that colon cleanse and had those remedies. Beside the fact that I'm furious at them giving me these without telling me the whole truth what's in the water, I now feel even more desperate to find a cure for my itch-nightmare. I really want to get out of this, I'm almost losing it.....
Thank you so much for helping me.
EliSka on 2017-04-05This thread continues beneath the following ad.Can I take Ran-B? Or should it be a special dose?
EliSka on 2017-04-09
Let's go to Ran-b 30c single dose.
Dissolve 2 pellets in 250 ml spring water, stir and take a spoon from there.
Report in 5 days.
sameervermani on 2017-04-12Thank you Sameer.
It's almost scary how well the description of the remedy suits me...
I will take it as soon as I'm back home in 4 days and update you 5 days after the dose.
I'm so grateful you keep coming back to advise me, thank you!
[message edited by EliSka on Thu, 13 Apr 2017 07:31:08 UTC]
EliSka on 2017-04-13Hello again,
It's been over a week I took the dose.
There are definitely less newly formed blisters on my palms, and the red dry rash on my inner lower arms is much less as well. The rash on my abdomen is less visible but still feels dry. Although my feet and mostly my toes are now covered in pompholyx as well. If I eat dairy, grains or sugar it flares, but the flares are less severe as a while ago.
I do think this remedy is the cause of the improvement.
Emotionally I can't say I noticed much difference, perhaps a bit less suicidal and less stressed...
I still have a lot of hairloss ( don't think I ever mentioned that though) and all of my nails are deformed now.
I hope this is enough info.
Thank you Sameer
EliSka on 2017-04-30
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