Eczema for 18 month old daughterMy daugther satrted rash 2 week ago. It started from her stomach and back. It feels like a sand paper. She is itching badly. I went to doctor in USA. He said, It's Eczema. He told me to apply Hydrocortizone cream and give Benadryl. Rash on her stomach and back has been reduced. It's now on her legs and feet. She also scratch her head. scrating is really hard. she gets red scratch marks and crushes (dried blood). She gets itchy in the night.
Is this a Eczema ? What medicine do I try for her ?
Thanks in Advance
arani on 2006-10-10
The wet dose is made by inserting 3 pellets or preferably 2 drops of the liquid remedy in Ethanol, into a 500ml bottle of spring water from which about an inch of water has been poured out to leave an air gap.
A teaspoonful is the dose taken twice daily after shaking the bottle vigourously, preferably before meals.
Another bottle of water is also made in the same manner with the Arnica 6c which must be kept separate from the first bottle and this is used to wet a wad of cotton wool with the water which is now the remedy, which is dabbed on the eczema lesions about once every 2 hours. Care must be used not to irritate the lesions.
You should normally be able to observe some improvement within a week.
♡ Joe De Livera last decade
give sulphur 30/one dose daily morning for 3 days.then wait upto 1 wk. without any further madications.
spanda1234 last decade
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