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Prurigo Nodularis...Eczema

Hi, im new to this board. I was diagnosed with prurigo nodularis (PN) last 2002. it started with a bump on my arm with discharges of yellowish fluid. i tried the usual creams to no avail, but after a while it just disappeared. then it started spreading to my body which also developed into severe case of eczema. over the years i've taken steroids of all sorts before i realized it wouldn't work out so last year i went to a homeopathic doctor who prescribed me with various meds. i thought it was the end of it since the lesions were all gone early this year but starting this july, it started to flare up again and now im covered with all tiny bumps on my arms, chest and back, with 2 huge eczema on my elbows. right now im taking:
- graphites
- kali sulph 6x
- NM 300?
- AM 30
- engystol and gripp heel
do u think im on the right path? they really itch and it's killing me. has anyone here had the same problem? any comment will be appreciated. thanks!
  forhealing on 2007-09-10
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Dear ,
pls take one dose of merc sol 10m and wait for fifteen days and report me.

dr.deoshlok sharma
deoshlok last decade
yes i agree with that if no improvment then Rhus tox-200.

faisal qureshi last decade

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