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Why are sores from bed bites still there? What can be done about the scars?

For the past year I was biten by bed bugs but didn t know. After they were terminated Im still dealing with all the sores on my arms, legs, buttucks, some on my face and neck . I think a secondary condtioin came into play when happened. Plaque Porisis How can I treat myself? What is the best products do to make this go away and lighten my skin from all the scars. Please Help me.
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
IT CAN BE CAUSED BY MILK OR WHEAT
IN MY EXPERIENCE I HAVE CURED MANY PATIENTS WITH DIET CONTROL
GET BLOOD SERUM TESTED FOR SPECIFIC ANTIBODIES FOR MILK WHEAT POTATO
TIL THEN
AVOID MILK AND DIARY PRODUCTS
NO COCONUT WALNUT GROUND NUT ALMOND MUSTrAD SOYA
USE OLIVE FOR COOKING AND APPLICATION
NO NUTS AND MILK CONTAING OINTMENTS CREAMS SHAMPOO AND SOAPS
TAB METHOTREXTATE 2,5 MGM ONCE A WEEK
APPLY MOMETASONE OINTMENT ON PATCHES MORNING AND EVENING
AFTER 3 MONTHS YOU CAN SEE RESULTS
Answered: Sat, 29 Sep 2012
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