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Eczema in 7 week old baby-Need Help

Hello,
i have a 7 week's old baby had dry eczema. its all over her body. its red and scaly no ozzing or anything her skin feels so rough . i have tried everything no improvement.
please help !
Thank you in Advance for all your help.
 
  Twinky on 2009-03-10
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Hi there,
eczema is very often caused by diet, my own children get eczema and skin rashes from certain foods.

I would be very happy to tell you more about my own experiences, so please ask, but you can also Google eg. 'eczema caused by diet' (without the quotation marks) or perhaps just eczema diet or similar.

Some foods are commonly known as causing problems for people with eczema, especially dairy products (and read the labels on things, cow's milk is used in many places you wouldn't expect it), wheat, yeast, eggs, nuts and fish (especially shellfish), coffee(some teas) and soft drinks such as coke etc.

If you eliminate or cut drastically down on the offending foodstuffs, you'll see a big improvement in less than a week! but sometimes, if the rash is very bad, you need to completely avoid the offending food for a little while, before the child tolerates that food in small doses again.

Please feel free to ask more questions, my children are 2 and 7 and I would be very happy to share experiences, I know how terrible the rashes can be!

All the best,
Susanna
 
Susanna_ last decade
Hi there,
forgot to say, that if the baby's bottlefed, switch the formula to a dairy-free one, and that should provide a huge change.

Many kind regards,
Susanna
 
Susanna_ last decade
Thank you Susanna. i have stopped eating all the things u have listed and still no change at all... we thought its too early to do the allergie test on her ...no she is not on formula,i am breast feeding her.
Thanks,
 
Twinky last decade
Hi there,
things can take up to 4 days before they leave your body, so you'll have to give it at least 4 days to see a change - but after that there will be rapid improvement.


All the best,
Susanna
 
Susanna_ last decade
Thanks Susanna, i will wait and see... once again thank u
 
Twinky last decade
what meds mum used in health history? before pregnancy?during pregancy?birthing?breastfeeding period? dates?reasons for use?
 
John Stanton last decade
Re. meds:

I'm not saying meds don't play part for some, but for what it's worth:

I didn't use any what so ever, and don't use any with my kids, my daughter is not even vaccinated (because I worried about reactions due to my son reacting to foods and the BCG vaccine), but I and they, still have food/skin issues.

All the best,
Susanna
 
Susanna_ last decade
Just give her only one dose of Kali Mur 30 - no other medicine - no more dose - just one dose. You may get Kali Mur 30 in liquid form - take JUST ONE drop of it in a little water and give to her. DONOT repeat it please. If you get it in pills, then take one pill put it in a little water and give just ONE spoon of that water to her. and report plz
 
Ataulkaafi last decade
does kali Mur-30 have anykind of side effects?after giving that does she need be put on some kind of remedy?
 
Twinky last decade
is it Kali Muriaticum or Kali Manganicum?


Thanks,
 
Twinky last decade
 
Ataulkaafi last decade

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