Skin: Resinol

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Exzema/dry Skin on My 22 Month Old

my daughter has dry skin all over. Drier patches on her elbows and the back of her arms, her thighs and calves. She scratches her tummy and her upper and lower back often. I have tried lots of creams and stuff and nothing seems to work well. We use cortizone for the itching but her skin is still ALWAYS dry. Is there a different cream that you have used succesfully. I have also thought about putting her on an Omega 3 childrens supplement.


Diaper Rash Problems

I have a 14 month old son who has a TERRIBLE diaper rash. It isn't like his...

Eczema & Psoriasis

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3 Year Old Has SEVERE Exema

My daughter is 3 and has had exema for as long as I have remember really. She never had a realy bad break-out. Usually in the summer months it would flair up in the crease of her arm or behind her knees really bad. She woke up yesterday and was fine we went to Bonkers and when we got home I noticed it was on her arm; All the way up and down her arm and on BOTH of her eyes. I put on elacon(sp?) and it is burning her a little and she is complaining and it is just killing me!! I want to make it go away and make it quit hurting! If this...


New to Eczyma

My son was just "diagnosed" wth eczyma. He is 2 years old and it is driving...


Psoriasis or Eczema

I have these patches of dry skin on my ankles. It's either Psoriasis or...


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11 Month Old with Thrush and Diaper Rash

I went to the pediatrician on Friday after my daughter had a stubborn diaper rash for 5 days that I suspected was yeast-related. Before I took her to the doctor, we had been trying Lotrimin AF on the rash which helped some but not enough. The doctor gave us oral nystatin for thrush in her mouth (I hadn't noticed the small white patches on the inside of her cheeks.) He also gave us nystatin ointment for her diaper rash. It isn't helping at all. Her butt looks worse, she doesn't want to eat solid food and gags a lot when I give her foods she...