Were you diagnosed with eczema or some form of dermatitis?
begin to treat your rash with the use of an over-the-counter (OTC) or
"weak" topical corticosteroid?
After some months, did your rash return and even start to spread?
Did your physician write you an even stronger prescription? Did that stop working as well as it used to?
Did the eczema then begin to spread, get worse, and become chronic?
Do you now have erythema (redness) occurring in larger areas of the body?
Is your itchy rash accompanied by a burning sensation? Have you been patch tested for skin allergies?
Were the results inconclusive as to what is causing the rash?
Have you avoided everything?
Including cosmetics, chemicals in the workplace, clothing, bedding, and a large array of suspected (but unproven) allergens?
Have you ripped up and thrown out the carpet?
Have you bought expensive air cleaners and tons of hypo-allergenic products?
Is your eczema still the worse it's ever been?
If, the only thing you haven't stopped are your topical steroids, then we're glad you've found us. We have good news, there is a cure.
Welcome! Join the forum. We look forward to hearing from you!
Fox News expose on Dr. Rapaport and topical steroid addiction and withdrawal.