Seborrhoeic Dermatitis

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Scott Says:


I was diagnosed with seborrhoeic dermatitis around my nose and cheek area and was prescribed Ciclopirox Olamine Topical Suspension USP 0.77%. I began taking it a couple of days ago and was wondering how long before the redness and dryness would begin to go away.



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ritu Says:

is there any permanant cure for atopic dermatitis

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Sajed Says:
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hello doc..I am Sajed, age 25. am suffering by seborrheic dermatitis as my doctor's opinion till 3 years. redness and bumps like pimple on my hair scalp, its also itchy and initially its fill by pus(very little) after that the pus frozen, it leaving the skin with hair, and damaging my hair follicle.onwards this is the reason of hairfall. Doctor suggest me fluconazol tabs, candid b lotion, a long time I have used it but didn't work. then I changed the doctor. now after few days prescribe novale lotion and wysolone 10 mg tab. Is this works for my problem, or suggest me something which is workable.....plzzz.

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Verwon Says:

It really depends on what is causing the problem of relevance for each of you. In general, there is no real cure for these conditions, as an adult, according to NIH reports, you can usually only treat them and manage them.

Have any of you seen any change, yet?

The NIH lists the typical side effects of these medications as possibly including skin rash, redness, flaking, and irritation.

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