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Daughter diagnosed with eczema

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That quick improvement might be both. Keep going!! Give it a week and see how her skin is. If it is still better or even better, keep going. That is a good quick test. But give it six weeks....and if things get better and then worse, that is called "unmasking" and in that case, it is likely that there will be another allergen to look at.

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That quick improvement might be both. Keep going!! Give it a week and see how her skin is. If it is still better or even better, keep going. That is a good quick test. But give it six weeks....and if things get better and then worse, that is called "unmasking" and in that case, it is likely that there will be another allergen to look at.

Interesting, I didn't know that phenomenon had a name. That's how we figured out her allergies as a baby. Each allergen was removed and caused improvement then it got worse again until each allergen was removed.

 

 

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Did your doctor mention using only unscented soap and laundry detergent and no fabric softener?  Also breathable clothing like all cotton.  

 

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