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Skin peeling, eczema, kawasaki disease

hello there, my 3 year old daughter s hands , feet and knees are peeling. I took her to her pediatrician and she said it was eczema , and prescribed a cream. After researching online, I became worried in thinking it might be kawasaki disease . but my daughtet hasnt had any fever or any other symptom other than the peeling of her skin...can you give me your thoughts..
Asked On : Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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Welcome to health care magic forum,

only peeling does not indicate kawasaki disease. it is most probably eczema as said by pediatrician.

i advise you to take homeopathic medicine for your child. as homeopathy is very effective in skin disease as well as it enhance the immunity so it is best for future life. cream,ointment are temporary effective and have many side effect as common people don't know.

as after skin problem treated with ointment or cream and it is gone after that patient develop allergy or respiratory problem like cough, asthma or may develop GI disturbances then doctor say it is different entity and treated with different medication. and disease going to develop. in fact it is not different but same consequences of previous one which was maltreated.

so save your child from these type of vicious cycle and give him better treatment like homeopathy without any side effect.

Answered: Tue, 24 Apr 2012
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