Seborrhoeic Dermatitis - Since BirthHi Everyone,
I am new to this forum and appreciating the responses have been posted. I would like to just get some stuff off my chest and see if I could possibly find answers to what I am looking for.
I am a 29 year old male. And I have allmost all symptoms of Seborrheic Dermatitis. I am having scalp layers (dead skin) on my head under hair SINCE BIRTH, which generally get reduced in summers or on daily washing it with Head & Shoulders Shampoo.
Now with the age it start occuring on other parts of body as well:
1.) In the age of around 16, my both ears started getting dry, scaly and itchy.
2.) In the age of around 23, my hairy chest bone, eyebrows started getting white color dry skin patches, on peeling it start bleeding or reflects red in color.
3.) Since last year, now my nose sides and on my legs started itching and scalp.
Any help would be greatly appericated!!!
Thanks in Advance
[message edited by Abhishek1 on Sat, 07 Apr 2012 16:44:23 BST]
Abhishek1 on 2012-04-07
100%height 8 years ago
Thanks alot for your response!
Just want to know, what is your diagnosis of my skin disease (Seborrhoeic Dermatitis or different?), and why have you prescribed me Arsenic Album 200.
Abhishek1 8 years ago
Please don't take me wrong, just want to know is this remedy you have suugested is for Seborrhoeic Dermatitis or I have some different problem, please share if different. Also want to know is there any side effect of taking this medicine as well.
Thanks alot for helping me out!
Abhishek1 8 years ago
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