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Guttate and red underarm rash

My 4 yr old son has guttate psorasis on his elbows and knees. He has been having throat infections and as a result the ENT wants to remove his tonsils. I have been taking him to a homeopath and she has helped with the pain of the throat, but he still has the guttate. Any recommendation.
For me, I have been dealing with a intense red underarm rash for about 6 months. It icthes very badly and doctors don't know what it is. As of last week, I have very small red bumps on both of my lower arms and elbows that itch at time. Can you help?
  Suess on 2006-09-24
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Do not remove tonsils - they have a job to do!

Sounds as if either Psorinum 30c


Hepar Sul 30c would be the best bets.

BUT do NOT use then at the same time!.

Use one a day for three sucessive days and wait a week to judge results.
walkin last decade
Is this for the guttate or his tonsils? Our homeopath gave him Phytalaca for the sore thoat and Belladonna for the strep.
Suess last decade
For underarm rash please take one dose of sulphur 30 in the morning , two doses of Hepar sulf 30 in the day and one dose of Sepia 30 at night.
It will help you with itching as well as the rash. When it starts getting dried up, apply coconut oil
Report results
robina last decade
It is possible that the reason for the underarm rash is due to the soap you use daily in the shower.

Use Johnsons Baby Shampoo under your arms and you may be surprised to see the rash clearing up as the formula is different from the alkaline soap. You may like to know that this shampoo is an excellent deoderant and if this fact is known worldwide the companies that make those exotic underarm deoderants may go out of business. The majority of these deoderants only replace one smell with another while some block the pores and promote breast cancer which has been recorded medically.

I would also suggest that you use Arnica 6c in the wet dose taken twice daily for your underarm rash and if you use it I would appreciate your report in a few days after you use it.

You may also dab the affected area with the remedy water to enhance the curative effect.
Joe De Livera last decade
I failed to add that a few drops of the Johnsons shampoo are dabbed on the tips of the fingers and massaged into the arm pit and is then washed off in the shower.

It is not as if the shampoo is left in situ.
Joe De Livera last decade

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