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Skin feels its burning on arms legs and sides. Steroid creams not helping. Remedy?

My skin feels like its raw/burning all over my arms, legs and sides. I went to a dermatologist , and they gave me steroid creams for a different rash on my face, told me I could use it on the raw areas of my arms (she didnt really look at my arms) but its not helping at all! It s gotten a lot worse in the last couple of days. 6 months pregnant
Asked On : Mon, 11 Mar 2013
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these can be due o diet suppliments and vitamin suppliments given during pregnancy
it can be medicines given for other ailments
can be soaps shampoooils cooking oi creams ointment hena dyes and other body application materials
you can correlate and act accordingly
you can take montelucast 10 mg od or bd for long as they are safest in pregnancy
o can take cpm tab sos which is safe
apply antiallergic creams and ointments and calamine locally to control it
Answered: Sun, 7 Jul 2013
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