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Skin infection, red patches, itching, atopic dermatitis, levosiz-10 and enzocort 30mg

Hello Doctor, I have some kind of skin infection which has spread over by chest , upper arms, legs and back. The condition causes uncomfortable itching and has red patchy looks across all mentioned place. The condition exist from more than a year now. I visited a dermatologist recently and was diagnosed for Eczematid Dermatatis with atopic dermatits. Medicines include 3 mix cream, enzocort 30mg and livosiz-10. Shower gel is DermaDew while Paraffin has to be applied post bath. Am i on the right path to cure it? I am irritated with this infection and need to get rid of it. Please advice otherwise. Bhushan - Mumbai - 0000
Asked On : Sun, 1 Apr 2012
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Hi yes i think u are suffering from atopic is due to dry skin .ur approach is ok.but the best treatment is to apply moisteriser twice daily all over bo and apply flutivate over the infected areas in the morning .and tacrolimus ointment in the night.use of cetrizine in the night and antibiotic twice daily and use of teddibar soap for bath
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