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Seborrheic Dermatitis

Is there any remedy that works the best for Seborrheic Dermatitis. I have red ichy patches behind my knees and my ears..

Thanks much
 
  alexx on 2007-05-31
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Also, how should it be taken?

Thanks
 
alexx last decade
How do you describe 'Seborrheic'

Are the patches of Red colour?
 
Rajendra last decade
Yes, red itchy patches behind my knees and ears that get worst by heat or sweat.. have dry itshy scalling feet too but no patches on them.

I get tired even after a small meal.

Fresh onions and Dark chocolate give me light headache.

Ocasional internal hamorhoides, no blood, worsten by spicy food

Other wise in a great phisical condition, don't get stressed out easily, work out regulary and have good blood work, I eat healthy.

I am 42 and have these conditions for about 5 yrs now.

Thanks much Rajendra
 
alexx last decade
Take Apis M. 30 (4pills at a time - three times a day)

Report the effect after 24 hours.
 
Rajendra last decade

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