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Chronic eczema, using medicines from a long term. MRI normal, low level of testosterone. Is it due to prolonged use of medicines?

I am 38 and i have eczema from the age of 13. Since then I have been using some ointment or the other to keep the condition under control. For the last 5-6 years I notice a steady decline in my ability to maintain an erection . Based on my endocrinologists advice I took an MRi and it turned out to be normal, but my testosterone level he said is too low for my age. He couldn t identify the cause for the condition though. I wonder if it is due to the prolonged use of steroid creams. I recent creams i have used are Tacroz, Flutivate and betnovate n each for more than 2 years. Thanks.
Asked On : Sat, 26 Jan 2013
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Psychologist 's  Response
Dec 2015
Welcome to HCM
We understand your concerns

Eczema is curable with the help of some alternative medicines such as homeopathy and ayurveda. I definitely have experienced such cure.

Testosterone levels are determined mostly by genetics and rarely circumstantial. Again homeopathy can help you. Get well soon.
Answered: Wed, 10 Jul 2013
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