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Why is there itchy rashes on my face, and neck ? I had stomach ulcers and treated with utricaria

i have persistent itchy rashes on ny face ,neck area for the past 8 months. i ve been trated by 3 dermatologists and 1 medicine spacialist but the rash still stays. could this be due to gynae problems? its hard enough to sleep peacefully at night with itching and scratching the said areas, please help. i am 32, 5 ft.3 inchs,55 kgs,have stomach ulcers in the past and treated with urticaria and hospitalised 6 yrs back for typhoid
Asked On : Thu, 19 May 2011
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Dear friend,
Dont worry ok, i want you to try homeopathy, consult a well qualified homeopathic doctor in your area and take medicine regularly for 3 months. You will get better soon.
Never supress the skin rashes using allopathic medicines again, it will just become more and more complicated.
Explain all the diseases you have been suffering to the homeopathic doctor and ask for the constitutional medicine. This constitutional medicine will cure you.
Thank you
Answered: Thu, 19 May 2011
General & Family Physician Dr. Mohammed Tauseef's  Response
Hi Rosalyn, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
Did you have the similar history in your Childhood? You are having Atopic Dermatitis that is Eczema which is an itchy inflammation of your skin which may result from a malfunction in your body's immune system. Self care measures such as avoiding soaps or other irritants and applying Steroid creams or ointments, can relieve you of your itching. It may not be related to your Previous health History or any Gynecological problem. Get yourself examined by a Dermatologist as you will require oral and topical steroids, antibiotics, Oral anti histamines. In rare cases you may require Phototherapy but it can cause Side effects like Premature ageing and Skin cancer.
Avoid rapid changes of temperature, sweating and stress, avoid direct contact with wool products. Avoid scratching and apply cool compresses to where you itch. Take warm baths and Moisturize your skin, use a homidifier at home. Be sure to keep your humidifier clean to ward off bacteria and fungi. Avoid clothing that is tight or wollen fabrics. This will help you avoid irritation. Also wear loose clothing in hot weather or during exercise to prevent excessive sweating.

Wish you Good Health, Take Care.
Answered: Thu, 19 May 2011
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