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I wanted to update on my eczema condition.
After your advice and going through the Graphites symptoms, I went on with Graphites 9x only and after I saw improvements I stopped taking it. The eczema on neck and wrist has imroved significantly. Left Elbow has still a dark scar, but without any itching.
razz last decade
I saw quick improvements in my eczema and I stopped Graphites. Since my last post, everything was fine.
Now,I noticed eczema seems to reappear on neck. Hot flashes on face, while room is hot. Lower lip, cracked. I tend to itch. It's about the same time las year when it flared up. It's not intense as before but it seems be recurring.
Would it be good idea to go back on Graphites 9x.
razz last decade
any advice plz?
razz last decade
I have a severe case of eczema. I have been on remedies for 8 months now (not for the eczema) for multiple ailments. I recently have broken out with a bad case of eczema. It is on my chin, neck, finger, arm, back, and leg. I have gone through many remedies the last few weeks: Medorrhinum, Ant-Crud, and I am now on Sulphur. The Sulphur seems to be working on my chin only but I am still getting break out on other parts of my body. I have been on the sulphur for two days now and the rash is not as scaly/scabby. It is still very red and itchy and has an occasional weep.. How long should I remain on this remedy? How long will it take to clear? I'm frustrated and earn for my skin back... Any advice would be helpful! Anything topical that I could use? I have been using neosporin and eucerin.. is this ok??
Saddened by Eczema!!
kittykitty last decade
I have super chronic eczema. After curtailing soda and sweets, "presto" -- no more need for prednisone!
So, if you have eczema, knock off the sugar!
mira last decade
I didn't see your post earlier.
I have been travelling a lot and unable to access internet many times.
If Graphites improved your condition in the first place, then you have to take Graphites again. Only, just take a higher potency .....GRAPHITES 30 C three times a day for about a week and then make it twice a day.
When improvement stes in keep reducing the frequency of taking the medicine.
wish you the best,
♡ PANKAJ VARMA last decade
I have had eczema since i was 4 months old. i went to the uk, and when i came back, i had patches on my skin. my mother got worried and took me to many doctors and they all disgnosed me with eczema. i have had it ever since. and know, on top of the joint in my right elbow, i have this dark brown looking patch and it hets all flakey and rough whenever i dont moisturize it with creams. i have tried all of the special creams but the patch is still there, itcxhy, flakey and rough. i even went to my doctor and he prescribed me a tube of cream but that didnt work either. can one of you doctors pleaase help me with this situation and request some kind of homeopathic medicine or some natural remedy?
banana97 last decade
and post all the questions here duly answered. On that basis your remedy may be worked out.
♡ kadwa last decade
I am 65 years old. I have eczema on my left cheek for almost 10 years. the size is about 1 1/2 X 1 inch. Some times it becomes pink and sometimes takes normal color. Not much itching. Biopsy was done twice and diagnoses is 'sub acute eczema'. The skin specialist doesn't agree with it and says that its probably DLE. I am using cezemus ointment but no improvement.
I am using many other homeopathic medicines (R25 for prostrate, cartegus Q and some more.
Please advise ant medicine for eczema.
shasif last decade
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