childhood eczemaMy daughter has a 2 year old toddler who has been suffering from eczema for most of his life.
He presents with eruptions at the popliteal fossa of both knees, antecubital fossa of
forearms, the dorsal area of both ankles, and also the both wrists.
Also, frequent eruptions in the diaper area.
The eczema is itchy and he scratches frequently until raw.
The cause seems to be food allergies which has been confirmed thru testing.
mitch1 on 2019-09-16
How and when did it all start?
What kind of foods is he allergic to?
Is it wet or dry eczema? Is it oozing?
Is eczema get worse or better during a specific season or stay pretty much the same all year round?
What seems to make it feel better or worse? ( meaning What have you been doing when he is itching ?)
Did he have any vaccines? Is so, were there any reactions after the vaccines?
Is he drinking enough water? or not thirsty at all?
How is his sleep? Does he sleep through the night without waking?
Any medications in the past and present?
Does he have any other health problems?
♡ Tui last year
and broke out in a red rash all around his neck and upper shoulder area.
He is highly allergic to peanut, all tree nuts, milk, egg, and soy.
The eczema is generally dry without any oozing and does not seem to
be effected by seasonal changes.
The usual childhood vaccines given at age 1 1/2 had no apparent exacerbation of
He usually wakes at 4 to 6 am ,uncomfortable, and then sleeps for another few hours.
No other health problems presently.
mitch1 last year
1 dose is 2 pills or 2 drops.
♡ Tui last year
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