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How to cure eczema in infants ?

How to cue my baby eczema??he has 5 months old, i was dhermatologist--now i'm giving moisturizing ceams... but no results Please i want a real good treeatment eczema!!! My name is CATALINA I live in Romania.I have a problem with my baby 5 months old ,he has eczema--i was to dermatologists but he gave us manx creams---avene-eucerin,crreams with ceramyds,,moisturizing creams but no result!!i keep room without dust,every day bathing my baby but doesen t work !! Please give me a treatment!! from 3 months apears on my skin baby eczema...i want a real good treatment for this amazing eczema!! thank you!!
Asked On : Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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welcome to health care magic forum,
well eczema in 5 month old baby is very uncommon, so we would like to see the snaps of your baby skin lesions, so that we can diagnose it properly, well treating skin diseases with topical ointments which may contain steroids will be harm full for your baby and will only suppress his skin problem will not cure it, in order to get complete and permanent cure for any skin problem you should take Homeopathic treatment.

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Answered: Tue, 29 Mar 2011
Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
eczema in 5 month old baby may be atopic one.
i would like to see pics of your may be simple exfoliation of the skin which is very common in infant,
just do
-regular and frequent moisturizing
-ointment containing tacrolimus-not a steroid .its safe
- use lukewarm water for bath
-dont apply any oil or home remedy
i am sure your baby will alright soon.
dr gaurav patel,ahmedabad,india
Answered: Tue, 29 Mar 2011
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