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Breastfeeding mother with Eczema

Hello,
I need help in purchasing the right homeopathic remedy for a condition I developed after breastfeeding my twin girls. One month ago a chemical used to clean coffee ports dropped on my hand and 4 small bumps developed. The same week my mother in law bought an unnatural version of dish soap (I usually use natural products) that I began to use to clean the dishes. The four bumps spread to my entire finger. Now both hands have been effected. I am a breastfeeding mother of twins and don't want to take anything that may effect my breast milk. The eczema is very red, goes between dry and crusty looking, is very itchy and burns. It gets worse if anything touches it whether a glove, water, soap etc. I am intolerant to gluten and eczema seemed to get worse when I ate pizza with my husband. I am a high anxiety person, have trouble relaxing, love sweets in the evening and coffee in the morning. Other than that I eat very healthy during the day. I am 30 years old and never had this condition before having babies on my hands, but always suffered with it on my head itchy and oozing type of eczema. Is there anything homeopathy can do to help? Thank you.
 
  ChrisCigoli2012 on 2016-12-13
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please take Mezereum 30 twice a day for 3 days and see how that affects over a week.

If this doesn't help use the following remedies one by one in the same way.

Arsenicum Album 30
Sulphur 30
Viola Tricolor 30
 
kadwa 2 years ago

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