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382 Possible Causes for Mild Eczema

  • Eczema

    Children with very mild eczema and children who bathed less than once weekly were excluded.[ncbi.nlm.nih.gov] 1 2 3 The resulting impairment in health related quality of life is comparable to that of other chronic diseases of childhood, including diabetes and asthma. 1 Although mild[doi.org] People with mild eczema may only have small areas of dry skin that are occasionally itchy.[nhs.uk]

  • Dermatitis

    If your eczema is mild, that might be all you need, along with some changes in your daily habits. If you have severe eczema, you may need to take medicine for it, too.[webmd.com] Eczema affects people differently For people with mild eczema, warm baths, moisturizer and avoiding triggers should control their symptoms.[acaai.org] 1 2 3 The resulting impairment in health related quality of life is comparable to that of other chronic diseases of childhood, including diabetes and asthma. 1 Although mild[doi.org]

  • Pityriasis Alba

    The rash resembles mild eczema. The patches don't tan in the sun, but they may turn red. What causes pityriasis alba? The cause is unknown.[babycenter.com] Pityriasis alba is much like very mild eczema and its white patches are visually similar to tinea versicolor and vitiligo .[healthblurbs.com] Treatment for pityriasis alba Moisturizers and mild topical steroid creams are the usual treatment. They can help to ease symptoms but they won't cure the condition.[babycenter.com]

  • Atopic Dermatitis

    Use mild potency for mild atopic eczema, moderate potency for moderate atopic eczema and potent for severe atopic eczema.[patient.info] Most children with mild atopic eczema do not need clinical testing for allergies [ 4 ].[patient.info] ( Kapp 2002 ) and 713 children with mild eczema ( Wahn 2002 ).[doi.org]

  • Atopy

    What Is the Treatment for Early and Mild Eczema? Treatment for eczema can be managed at home by changing laundry detergents or soaps that may be causing the irritant.[emedicinehealth.com] For example, cortisone creams or topical immunomodulators are prescribed for mild to moderate eczema.[ecarf.org] Eczema can be confused with psoriasis , another chronic skin condition.[health.com]

  • Skin Infection

    Don gloves outside in the winter as cold air and low humidity may dry out the skin and make eczema worse.[everydayhealth.com] Use only a mild soap like Dove or Olay when bathing, showering, or washing your hands. Use warm, not hot water, and pat your skin dry instead of rubbing.[everydayhealth.com]

  • Food Allergy

    mild-to-moderate eczema or no eczema, respectively [ 33 ].[doi.org] Mild to moderate symptoms may include one or more of the following Hives (reddish, swollen, itchy areas on the skin) Eczema flare (a persistent dry, itchy rash) Redness of[foodallergy.org] In addition, the guidelines recommend introducing peanut to infants with mild-to-moderate eczema around 6 months of age.[doi.org]

  • Hay Fever

    mild, intermittent, allergic asthma .[webmd.com] mild, intermittent, allergic asthma.[webmd.com] People with asthma or eczema (allergic dermatitis ) are more likely than others to develop hay fever; and about one-third of those with allergic rhinitis also have at least[webmd.com]

  • Contact Dermatitis

    You may be prescribed: a stronger topical corticosteroid for short-term use in severe contact dermatitis a weaker topical corticosteroid if the eczema is mild a weaker topical[hse.ie] […] vulnerable to mild irritants in the workplace.[fitforwork.org] This condition can also be associated with other forms of eczema and experts believe people who suffer from a childhood form of eczema, known as atopic eczema, could be more[fitforwork.org]

  • Dubowitz Syndrome

    […] retardation, short stature, microcephaly, mild mental retardation with behavior problems, eczema, and unusual and distinctive faci DUBOWITZ SYNDROME edit English Dubowitz[wikidata.org] eczema (65%)7.[healio.com] , mild mental retardation with behavior problems, eczema, and unusual and distinctive faci DUBOWITZ SYNDROME Statements Identifiers Sitelinks Wikipedia (9 entries) edit Wikibooks[wikidata.org]

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