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PostSubject: Eczema, Psoriasis of the Body Support Thread   Sun Jan 27, 2008 6:06 am

Whatever type of Eczema, Psoriasis and/or other Dermatologic Hypersensitivities of the Body you have, or are seeking treatment for, please feel free to talk about it here.
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Anyone with multiple auto immuno disease clusters that impacts your primary dermatalogic condition?

What is your treatment regimen if any (steroid creamss, non-steroids, aloe-vera, nursery jelly, do nothing)?

Do you rely soley on steroid topical creams/lotions or holistic treatments or both?

How do you cope/destress/Camouflage (full-coverage clothing, make-up, therapy)?

Has anyone found that gender or ethnicity (negatively) affect treatment or quality of medical dermalogic services?

How do your acquaintances (or potential SO's) react when you tell them of your immuno disorder/s?

Anyone know of any great medical dermatology specialists or clinics that treat eczema, psoriasis and/or dermatitis? Please post them, here!


Anyone know of any great medical dermatology specialists or clinics that eczema, psoriasis or other skin conditions? Please post them, here!

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1. Crutchfield Dermatology
1185 Town Centre Drive
Suite 101
Eagan, MN 55123
Phone: 651.209.3600
http://www.crutchfielddermatology.com

2) Bellevue Hospital Medical Center (near 27th/1st Ave)
Bellevue Hospital Med Center Dermatology Clinic in NYC/Manhattan
462 First Avenue
New York, New York 10016
(212) 562-4045 general tel
http://www.nyc.gov/html/hhc/html/facilities/bellevue.shtml

3. Dr. Alexis, Director of the Skin of Color Clinic in NYC
Skin of Color Clinic at St. Luke's-Roosevelt Hospital Center
(Upper Manhattan/Midtown)
425 West 59 th Street, Suite 5c
New York, NY 10010
(212) 523-6003 / (800) 753-3239

4. Dr. Fan Cook-Bolden
20 E. 66th Street
New York, NY
(212) 249-8377


5. Dr. Roberta Lucas (Northwestern Memorial Physicians Group)- River North Office
310 W. Superior, 3rd Flr.
Chicago, Il
(312) 926-3627

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PostSubject: Treating Eczema, Psoriasis of the Body   Sun Jan 27, 2008 6:09 am

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Most eczema and psoriasis sufferers have found that Betamethasone (Diproprionate) 0.05% to be the best among brand formulations (old and new) of steroidal topicals for treating eczema and psoriasis of the body (not to mention the fact that in a pinch it can even be used on the scalp)

The Top 3 Treatments for Relief of Eczema and/or Psoriasis of the Body:
1. Betamethasone (Diproprionate) (RX only for use on body, scalp—but not on face)

2. Organic Aloe Vera Gel (for use on and applied to face, body, scalp)

3. The Old nurse's Rememdy: Plain/Pure Nursery Jelly (for use on and applied to damp skin—face or
body only—not on scalp unless scaling is present).

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Important Notes: When seeking prescribed topicals only one prescribed steroid cream received rave reviews 100% of the time in terms of promoting healing and providing relief from the unpleasant itchiness. The others were reviewed as fair to unsatisfactory.

1. The best topical steroid cream was reported as: Betamethasone (Diproprionate) 0.05%


2.The worst topical steroid creams were reported as Dexametasone (aka Topicort?), Triamcinolone, clobetasol and fluocinide)--Now, in minor cases all eventually worked, but only Betamethasone provided prolonged relief in conjunction WITH healing in terms of treating/minimizing or reducing severe itchining in both, minor AND more serious or prolonged cases.


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PostSubject: Re: Eczema, Psoriasis of the Body Support Thread   Sun Feb 01, 2009 7:42 am

Best treatment of/for hyperkeratosis (very mild (less than 3%) to moderately severe):
Salex 6% (6% Salicylic Acid) Cream (in most cases 6% cream formulas found to be more effective than 6% lotion formula—Note, even if you accept the generic, always ask for the brand name Salex 6% Cream to ensure you get the proper formulary generic equivalent or substitute).
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Best Vitiligo treatment protocols:
1). Proper nutrition and health management (Vitiligo is typically associated with B12 deficiency, thyroid deficiency and adrenal insufficiency as well as obesity and all of these things should be checked) and also Stress Reduction (yoga, meditation, etc) for those with less than 8% total dermus prevalence issues (ideally being type I/fair or type II skin tones) 2.) Depigmentation therapy best for those with NATURALLY light complexions (Type I/Fair OR Type II) and 3.) Sunless tanning therapy, best for those with natural mocha to deep skin tones (Type III, Type IV or Type V skin type classifications).

It is important to note however, that natural type I/Fair bka pocelain (i.e., chalk white, milk white) tones do NOT actually tan at all [(i.e., in direct sunlight or if exposed to artificial uva/b rays (as in tanning beds), but sunless tanners to provide coverage, although typically most fair skinned people do not affect a tanned appearance], however the inclusion is merely a jusxtiposition related to the fairest type being included in the general treatment for natural biological skin types lighter than types III, IV and V, in terms of the appropriate medical course of treatment be it theoretical OR actual as type I/Fair skin tones do not experience natural or/and abberant pigmentary changes in color and in this case without addressing the source/s of the pigmentary dysplasia (however temporary) As it would require a more thorough investigation and exam.

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