How To Treat Allergic Skin
Parasitical Worms.com Hello doctor. I had allergic skin itch for about 2 months now, initially itching in the thigh area then spread to the abdomen. At first, only small spots such as acne beads, the more it scratches, the more itchy and floating spots, sometimes you scratch the whole acne bead and squeeze blood.
I had an examination and the doctor only prescribed a prescription for dermatitis and a tube of topical cream, the itching subsided and the redness disappeared, but after stopping the medication for 4 or 5 days, I got itch again and this time spread to whole body
According to the experience of the doctor, what allergies do you have and how to treat allergic skin thoroughly?
I thank the doctor. TR.T
Hello What you tell us please advise you as follows:
The most effective way to treat allergic skin is to find the cause of skin allergies, especially the cause in the blood. To find out the cause through which to treat effective allergy skin you need to have a blood test.
Currently, the common blood tapeworm infection is Toxocara Toxocara canis larva, Strongyloides Strongyloides, Echinococcus, Fassciola ...
Some images of helminth infections cause common atopic dermatitis
Test results if you are assigned to a certain type of helminth A, the best and thorough remedy for allergic skin treatment is to treat blood helminths in addition to treating additional complications, through which you will recover completely safe.
Note that after treatment, you need to have knowledge about prevention of helminths such as not eating raw vegetables, not eating beef pho, and unsightly snails…
Good health to you
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