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Friday, May 31st 2013, 1:28pm

neck rash

My lo has eczema was prescribed diprobase and oilatum ovulation which is doing no good so was changed to epaderm.

However I'm worried about her neck it is red raw as she is dribbling a lot due to teething I try and keep it dry but it's not getting any better. Does anyone know wat to put on their neck to help this. Looks so painful and I feel so bad but dunno wat else I can do

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Friday, May 31st 2013, 3:28pm

Can your doctor prescribe a mild steroid cream? Not sure if babies this young can have that?
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Friday, May 31st 2013, 5:54pm

Dunno have booked appointment for Monday but really didn't wanna have to use steroid creams thout someone might know another way ;(

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Friday, May 31st 2013, 7:09pm

I have dermatitis and use epaderm in the bath and cetraben just every day. It's paraffin based and I love the stuff. Keeps my skin clear and when I have flare ups I use hydrocortisone for a few days and it gets it under control.

Speak to your GP. Hope you get sorted.






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Friday, May 31st 2013, 7:54pm

Thanks flic must ask as bout this cetreben is it good cuz i have the epaderm cream and it doesn't seem to be doing any good

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Friday, May 31st 2013, 9:08pm

I use Weleda Baby on my two, it's a calendula based cream and it's fab. Now, my daughter doesn't suffer with eczema but she had a dreadful rash around her mouth over the winter and the stuff the GP prescribed didn't touch it and the Weleda cleared it up in days. Worth a try and if nothing else it smells lovely and goes in a treat. You can get it in Boots, it's in a yellow and orange bottle.

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Friday, May 31st 2013, 10:10pm

The epaderm I have is for use in the bath. The cetraben I love and have used it for years. Really leaves me smooth. Absolutely love it.

Your GP may prescribe a steroid but it will only be for short term use. I literally use it for a few days. Not even a week and my skin starts getting better. At the moment I'm at the point where you wouldn't realise I had anything wrong with my skin, but when the weather changes I know I'm gonna get dry and flaky and horrible so I just keep using it!!






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Friday, May 31st 2013, 10:42pm

Thanks Gracie I will try anything to clear it up xxx thanks flux I have oilatum for bath maybe I will ask for epaderm for bath .. hate seeing lo suffer ;(

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