Your Questions About Eczema

James asks…

How did you get rid of your eczema?

Want to lose eczema because I want to join the military and fight for my country
be much helpfull if you could tell me what to do on losing eczema
stop eating certain foods?
avoid harsh soaps how?
thanks 🙂

admin answers:

The cause of eczema is overreaction of the immune system. Identifying certain foods, chemicals, etc can be very helpful in battling this disease. I try to avoid milk products which trigger my flare-ups.
After using number of prescription drugs I’ve turned to the natural treatments.
Now I use serenaskin herbal remedies.
After about 2 weeks of using ointment and spray my skin has been cleared up, and I continue with eczema extract, which controls the immune system. My skin has been clear for months.
It is the only treatment I have found that provides me complete relief when I use it as directed.

Mark asks…

What causes soreness of breast and nipples besides pregnancy?

My breast and nipples have been sore for a couple weeks now. I am neither sexually active, on the pill and I’ve been having these pains way before I’m supposed start my period
Also I’m 19.

admin answers:


Nipple discharge or soreness is a common problem many women seek medical advice on. It can be alarming at first, but is mainly due to possible hormonal issues and on its own, is not usually a sign of breast cancer.

Since breast’s are glandular, occasionally they may secrete fluid from one or both nipples. Breast discharge can range in colour from milky, yellow, and green, to brown and bloody, with variable consistency.

A medical professional would ask:

Are you pregnant?
Are you breast feeding?
From which breast do you have discharge?
How often does the discharge occur?
What is discharge colour?
What is discharge consistency?
Is the nipple discharge spontaneous or when you squeeze?
Do you have a injury?
Do you have a infection?
Noticed you have a lump?
Do you have any pain?
This information helps your Doctor with cancer detection, along with clinical breast exam, collecting fluid samples, and blood tests.

Ladies, it is possible to have normal breast and nipple changes as you age, or as your weight goes up and down. This can alter your nipple shape and size. If you were to notice indentations, inverted nipples, rash or experience swollen lymph nodes, please seek medical advice.

Doing regular breast examination will help you keep track of what is normal for you. Getting into this habit, makes you more aware of possible changes to your body, and should the need arise, means you are able to get the help that you require, earlier.

Pagets disease of the breast, also known as Pagets disease of the nipple, is named after English surgeon, Sir James Paget. Pagets disease is a uncommon breast cancer that is found around and on the nipple, and although it is possible for men to get this type of cancer, it is found mainly in women.

Look out for:

Nipple eczema
Nipple discharge
Redness or inflammation
Increased sensitivity
Nipple rash
Burning sensation
Pain or discomfort
Breast swelling
Swollen lymph nodes
Pagets disease can look like a regular pimple, sore, insect bite, or uninteresting inflammation or infection, which can easily lead to delays in breast cancer detection.

A clinical breast exam, biopsy and discharge sample would be required for further information. There may or may not be an associated lump, but Pagets disease normally indicates underlying breast cancer.

With signs and symptoms similar to other medical problems, Pagets disease can be mistaken for something other than a sign of breast cancer. If you are worried or have any of the signs mentioned, please seek medical advice and ask that Pagets disease be a consideration.

Robert asks…

How kind until my ointment starts showing improvement?

I was just prescribed nystatin and triamcinolone acetonide ointment USP for a yeast infection / eczema that I have had. I just applied it for my first time. When will I start to see improvements as in itching and burning improveing. Cause right now it still itches and it sucks. Thank you.

admin answers:

Few days…possibly less.

Paul asks…

Is it safe to wax facial hair with sensitive/eczema skin conditions?

I have slight eczema on my face/ a tiny bit of acne that the doctors have only recently told me I have after years of me having it. I want to wax my upper lip only but I’m concerned that it might flare the skin up. Has anyone here with facial skin conditions waxed or with eczema, if so what if any affects have you noticed?

admin answers:

Ok first, Wax it! Just if your doing it your self dont get the wax to hot because it will burn your skin and cause more irritation even on normal skin waxing cause irritation. But i believe that if your were to shave it that would cause more. Do it at night when you dont have anywhere to go. Wax, wipe, add cooling lotion which im not sure if it will effect your eczema but it shouldnt, it depends on what kind you get i assume. Im taking cosmo classes and i took some in high school also its fine, it just depends on how sensitive your skin is. But like i said dont wax before your going somewhere because even with perfect skin it gets red, blotchy, and swollen all these signs are to be expected.

Good luck.

Donald asks…

What is the cause of my high anxiety, drastic weight gain/loss and vomiting?

Bear with me here, I’ve got a pretty fair amount of issues to cover…

For a little background about my medical history:
I’m 21 and female, with depression, obsessive compulsive disorder and generalized (mostly social) anxiety.
I get chronic daily headaches, have been since I was about 15 or 16.
I have menses issues where I get really sick around the time of my period, I get horrible cramps and vomiting. I often miss periods. I’m on birth control to help with this.
I also take Zoloft and I switch back and forth between Minocycline and Doxycycline to assist with my acne (treating topically does not go well, because I get eczema and need to treat that topically instead.)
I smoke a pretty fair amount of weed on a daily basis, I’ve found it helpful when dealing with excessive anxiety and nausea.
Around this time last year, I would have been considered obese by the CDC, now I’m sitting back in the normal weight range.

My current symptoms are that, for almost a month, I’ve been throwing up at least 4 days out of each week.
Mostly in the mornings, if I have an early shift for work, but occasionally in the afternoon.
I only get sick when I have not eaten.

I’m gaining and losing weight rapidly, sometimes +/- 12 lbs (5.44 kg) in a week’s time.
My anxiety level is higher than it has ever been since I started taking medication.
My thoughts are very cloudy and my memory is failing me. (I know, I smoke pot, but I’m seriously forgetting things 30 seconds after I learn them, while sober. I’m having a hard time understanding simple concepts.)
and I’m tired all the time.

I have been tested at the clinic, and I’m not pregnant.

Logically, I feel like I have a hormonal imbalance. I’m wondering if taking the birth control is throwing me off further? Although, I’ve been on it since I was 16 or so.
I also wonder if I might be hypoglycemic or something… but hadn’t realized before, because I used to be stuffing my face all the time?
I don’t know, someone point me in the right direction please?

admin answers:

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Prescription medication for anxiety, stress, depression and worry can give you bad side effects so natural remedies are often much better.

Natural remedies for anxiety, stress, worry and depression include exercise, Yoga, Melatonin, 5-HTP, Valerian Root, other herbs, vitamin B complex and other remedies as in

Nancy asks…

What are causes of infrequent energy loss?

It doesn’t happen to me very often, but from time to time (maybe every four months) I’ll be doing something, when all of the sudden I feel very out of breath, I’m shaking, it’s hard to lift things, and I’m more aware of my heart beating, but it’s not necessarily beating harder or faster. I haven’t been taking note of it because it happened so infrequently, but I believe I’m usually lifting something (not very heavy) when it happens. Then after a few minutes it goes away.

Here’s some information about me.
I’m a 13 year old girl. I have asthma, eczema, acid reflux, TMJ, I get muscle spasms in my right shoulder, regular joint pain, idiopathic stabbing headaches, random pains that occur anywhere and everywhere on my body (not sure how any of these help but I figure I should list all my things just in case).
I actually just had a blood test done for Lyme (because I live in a heavily deer populated area) and it came back negative.
My family is highly prone to diabetes, caner, and I think heart problems as well.

admin answers:

Sometimes that happens to me if I am not eating properly, or enough, or I don’t stay hydrated.

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  1. Karl - November 17, 2014


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