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Infant eczema. Recommended cream, betnovate. Is that sufficient? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 12-Jun-2013
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Doctor:Good evening
Doctor:Please proceed with your query
User:hello Good Evenong
User:The query is regarding my 1yr old daughter.
User:she is having infant eczema since birth
Doctor:Sorry to hear that
User:currently we are consulting an skin specialist, who has suggested some creams to apply over her body
User:we have the doubt if such skin creams are good for such a small kid as they have some steroids in them
User:just want to consult another doctor and have your opinion on that
Doctor:If the specialist has prescribed it, nothing wrong in using it
Doctor:You can ask another Dermatologist here on our panel
User:currently we use flutivate on her face
Doctor:Would you like to post a query here?
User:and betnovate-s on remaining body
Doctor:I think a Dermatologist is the right person to ask
Doctor:Would you like us to guide you on this?
User:how to approach an dermatologist?
User:yes please
Doctor:Please confirm your contact number
Doctor:We shall call you soon
User:It is 0000
User:ok .. thank you.
Doctor:we shall call you soon
Doctor:Bye for now
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