Eczema And Treatment
Question: Hello doctor, more than a month now, my skin appeared a lot of itchy red skin, when I scratched it felt comfortable then it was light and light, on hot and burning skin, a few days later appeared. Small blisters break many abrasions and leave unpleasant skin patches.
I went to a dermatologist and told me that I had eczema but I did not feel any relief from taking and applying medicine. Please consult your doctor to help me with eczema and how to treat it. I would like to thank the doctor
Welcome to eczema and the following treatment
Eczema is a form of inflammatory or allergic skin damage The most common type of eczema is called atopic dermatitis, or atopic eczema. There are many causes of eczema and are divided into two types, endogenous eczema and exogenous eczema.
How is eczema and how to treat it?
An effective treatment for eczema is to have a blood test to find the cause, especially endogenous causes such as infection with helminth parasites in the blood, when infected with helminths in the blood, their secretions are secreted in The body makes the body recognize it as a foreign antigen and the body produces antibodies against that allergen, causing itchy and often diagnosed as atopic eczema.
Infection with blood parasitic helminths is usually diagnosed with atopic eczema
Pruritic scratching causes skin damage, leading to allergic inflammation and eczema. So eczema and the most effective treatment available today is a blood test to find the cause.
Treatment of bloodworms have cured eczema?
Many people had a dermatological examination and were diagnosed with atopic eczema, were given medicine, applied medicine, but the disease did not go away and tested for blood tapeworms, infected with dog tapeworms, after using a tapeworm larvicide blood according to the regimen, after a month of re-examination, the eczema has stabilized.
Why do dog flu infections cause eczema?
Not only is infected with dog flukes but other parasitic worms can cause eczema
Using medicine to treat dog fluke larvae in the blood, helps stabilize eczema
So eczema and an effective treatment is from the inside, from the root that causes eczema. But also need to tell you more that not everyone with eczema will have helminths in their blood. We recommend that when you have eczema, there are many areas where dermatitis is less effective, or medications are less, all medications are relieved, should be tested for bloodworms to treat eczema.
Good health to you.
Doctor. Le Thi Huong Giang
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Special treatment of helminths, skin rashes caused by helminths
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