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Keratolysis exfoliativa in children

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is there a natural cure for Exfoliative Keratolysis ...

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I have recently started having dry, peeling skin on the palms of my hands and between my fingers and dry lips. It's humid here, so dry wintry skin isn't the problem. Any ideas as to what might cause this?

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I have had for many years something similar to Keratolysis. I don't think my case is acually keratolysis but years ago a Dermatologist diagnosed my condition as peeling of the fingertips. When I wet ...

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can a child safely take 2 mg of ondansetron for stomach flu vomiting

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My 21 months old son is sufferring from cough and cold since last 15 days. During this entire period his chest is found very clear. However, he is having running nose and occasional cough all the time. Hence, he has been diagonosed as allergic and...

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I have had exfoliative keratolysis since I was 5 or 6 and I am now 24. I usually always have some form of it on my hands. Some days it looks close to nor al skin but I can still tell it s not. I know ...

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my daughter aged 3year and 3 months has this problem of constipation.how do i help her?

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in most cases of influenza in children do they get prescribed oxygen? ...

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Sir! My son is sufferring from children asthama. he is 4 1/2 yrs old He is always affected with cold, cough whezzing, and fever. But from two months he always gets cold and fever. i want to know ...

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developed in children. That means that children s temperature may rise and fall very quickly ...

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My son is 2.5 years old. i took him to an ENT specialist as he is suffering from allergy. when i mentioned that my kid was snoring, the doctor advised an X-ray for investigation on adenoids. The report read moderate adenoid hypertrophy with mild...

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I have pits that are appearing in the soles of my feet and the only info I could find was on pitted keratolysis. However, There is no smell, I rarely wear close toed shoes (except for an half an hour a day ...

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Im 18 and my hands are very red and have been for my whole life pretty much and I m pretty sure I might have Exfoliative Keratolysis. The peeling goes away but the redness stays and never goes away ...

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acids that are essential for brain development and that children who don?t eat fish will not be very ...

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my baby is 10 days old. her baby temperature is between 97 to 98.5 and along with that her stools are around 6 to 10 times a day Please let me know if there is any problem..........

Mobile Questions and Answers

doctor1 MD

thank you for query.if the diagnosis is confirmed you can try with local salicylic acid cream(6%) or benzoyl peroxide gel or erythromycin/ clindamycin gel.Hope it is available for you.any of them may be effective.consult if does not respond or get back to me with photos and details.Dr Bharatesh Dermatologist.

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Hi its diphenhydramine used to control allergic episode or cold related symptoms.It should be taken with the advice of a medical practitioner.short term use is prefferd. such use is safe.It can cause mild sedation. thanks

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hi, your question is incomplete. it could be snake bite, snow bite etc.