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Cracking lips, peeling skin. Taken Desowen, Momate,Flutivate. Want to get rid of disease

Hello Sir / Madam, Hi Iam Vinesh from Bangalore I’ am suffering from serious lip cracking & lip skin peeling problem since last 5 months. As you aware, I have been undergoing treatment from a well-known and most experienced skin doctor in Bangalore even toe I could not get desired results. In spite of that she had prescribed the trailing medicine. These are the medicines suggested by them for lip lick dermaties 1.Desowen 1-0-1 for 7days 0-0-1 for 5days 2.Momate - 1-0-1 for 3days 3.t - bact apply (if any blisters occurs) 4.Momate cream 1-0-1 for 5days 0-0-1 for 5days 5.Flutivate cream 1-0-1 for 5days 0-0-1 for 5days 6.Tacroz ferte 0.1% - 1-0-1 for 2weeks 7.Atonide Gel 1-0-1 for 1week 0-0-1 for week I would request you, to help me out to get rid of this strange disease. Anticipating your most esteemed feedback and remedies. Vinesh 0000
Asked On : Sun, 31 Mar 2013
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From the description that you have given.It looks like you are suffering from Cheilitis.There are many different types of cheilitis due to different causes.It is very important to understand what is causing this before starting the treatment.Since i have not seen you.i would suggest you continue the treatment your dermatologist has prescibed.Apart from the treatment i would suggest you not to lick your lips,keep the lips supple by washing it with cold water and applying aquaphor lip repair,avoid excessive exposure to sun.If there is any oozing along with chapping it could be due to infective causes contact your dermatologist.
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