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Dyshidrotic Eczema Problem
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Published: 17 years ago

Dyshidrotic Eczema Problem

I am new to the board. I have been diagnoised as having Dyshidrotic Eczema after having seen 8 - 10 doctors. It started a year ago when I had a blood blister form on my left index finger. At first, none of the doctors I saw for the infection that set in knew what it was, even a Contagious Diease specialist I was sent to by my family doctor. Finally a local dermatologist sent me to another dermatoligist who made the diagnoisis of Dyshidrotic Eczema. I have fought this for a year now and have not had much relief. It seems every time I get a small scratch, blister, or other break in the skin on my hands of feet, this stuff blossoms out in no time. It developes as the small blisters (bulea?)under the skin that itch like crazy, then dries down with the medication prescribed by my local dermatologist. The skin on my fingers and toes will then crack, break open, and then start to drain and get very painful. I have tried several saves and creams, but to no avail. Does anyone else here on the board suffer with this and have you found any relief for this condition? I am just about at my wits end over worrying about this. Thanks!

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