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... Omega 3 fish oil, cod liver oil and zinc supplements eliminated my son's eczema. ... (6 replies)
... and layer in first wet flannelette pajamas then dry flannelette pajamas over top to help lock in the moisture, do this right after a bath or a shower, and only pat them dry, never rub! ... (6 replies)
... I can sympathize! Our son has had eczema since we brought him home at one week old. He was on Elocon for a few years but I wanted him off of the steroid. ... (6 replies)

... He doesn't really have it bad on his face, it's mostly on his hands and feet. And yes it really bad and peels off. One of the creams he uses is desonide. Try the Lubriderm for extremely sensitive skin and see if that helps keep it under control. ... (6 replies)
... When I start to see it flare up again, I start the steriod creams and it controls it before it gets out of hand. ... (6 replies)
... I can sympathize with your problem. My 4 year old son suffers terribly from eczema. I too went thru all doctors after doctors and all kind of different steriod creams trying to help him. This is the worse time of year for it too with all the pollen in the air. ... (6 replies)
... My son is 6 years old and has moderate autism. He cannot express his needs in sentences and most words he uses are not used in context. ... (6 replies)
... My daughter has a tendency to eczema and autism which has been kept well under control for more than two years on a fairly strict diet. On her eighth birthday a few days ago she did eat a few suspect foods. ... (2 replies)
... Thanks for your feedback, I'm sorry I do not know of a dye-free vitamins as I'd love to find one too... the Poly-Vi-Sol(sp?) gives him terrible gas. And re dyes -- the amoxicillin is a neon pink liquid! I hear you... ds2 also suffers from eczema and has multiple severe allergies so if we find the "perfect" non-allergenic ingredient, there's another ingredient in the label... (11 replies)
... about the eczema and the yeast overgrowth. DId the doctors give you any idea how the overgrowth occurred? ... (7 replies)
... Hi. My son has Autism, Eczema and sensory issues but doesn't seem to have a problem being too cold or hot. He seems to prefer loose comfortable clothes but that's about it. ... (7 replies)
... My son is 3, and he LOVES chicken nuggets and french fries too. ... (35 replies)
... No, we have not had any problems with eczema. And sometimes he has yogurt, but I try to stay away from the ones with aspartame in them. I've always kind of felt that aspartame was unsafe anyways. ... (6 replies)
... he was "high functioning", but he has never been given any type of label in terms of severity by any medical provider. Some days he seems high functioning to me, and some days definitely not. ... (10 replies)
... My 4 year old son has all the symptoms of autism but I believe his problems are due to Mercury poisoning. ... (0 replies)
... I'm concerned about my seven month old son and am wondering if his behavior indicates autism. ... (9 replies)
... So while we might be bundled up in layers of clothing, kids with eczema can't stand wearing much of anything.. and then vice versa when it's hot out. So now I'm wondering what is due to Sensory Processing, and what is due to his eczema? ... (7 replies)
... Eczema can also be caused by yeast overgrowth. My daughter always had "cradle cap" and still has severe dandruf. When we had her stool tested through great plains laboratory, she also had intestinal yeast that was off the charts it was so high. ... (7 replies)
... i have eczema too. ... (7 replies)
... Our 7 year old has eczema, too. He likes tight fitting clothes. He'll get into his sister's sock drawer and sneak her tights. He needs that "input". He also LOVES clothes that billow in a breeze like skirts, scarves, etc. ... (7 replies)


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