Since: Jun 07

New Almaden, CA

#1 Jun 14, 2007
for a while now i've had problems with my legs. they get itchy burning red patches sometimes covering my whole leg or just parts. it's worse when i shave and at first i thought it was just some weird razor burn thing. ive tried not shaving but i still got patches of it and sometimes it gets inflamed. theres also patches on my inner elbow but im not sure if theyre related... i went to my doctor and she gave me betamethasone dipropionate cream..or something like that which does help but i still dont know whats wrong with my skin. i have sensitive skin so thats probably part of it but it still seems weird that it keeps happening. does anyone know if this might be eczema? and if not maybe what else it could be?

Since: Jun 07

Los Baņos, Philippines

#2 Jun 26, 2007
Too much acidity in your body.
Skin being used for toxin release.
Probably your elimination organs are clogged: liver, colon, kidneys.
Need to do some cleansing.
Need to fix diet, go vegan.
Study food combining: mortal sin: never mix carbs and meat. Do not eat your steak with potatoes. Do not eat your hamburger patty with your bread.
You may be polluting yourself with the usual products: chlorine, flouride, anti-perspirant, shampoo, alcohol, perfume, make-up, etc.

See www.eczemacure.info for more details.
Forever Yours

United States

#3 Apr 9, 2013
charlotte s wrote:
for a while now i've had problems with my legs. they get itchy burning red patches sometimes covering my whole leg or just parts. it's worse when i shave and at first i thought it was just some weird razor burn thing. ive tried not shaving but i still got patches of it and sometimes it gets inflamed. theres also patches on my inner elbow but im not sure if theyre related... i went to my doctor and she gave me betamethasone dipropionate cream..or something like that which does help but i still dont know whats wrong with my skin. i have sensitive skin so thats probably part of it but it still seems weird that it keeps happening. does anyone know if this might be eczema? and if not maybe what else it could be?
Try taking vitamin d and getting more sunshine it always helps mine .

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