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Jennifer

United States

#1 Dec 11, 2009
My husband suffers from what multiple doctors have told him is "ear eczema." His main symptom is extreme ear itch, which then leads to pain down to his jaw. Sometimes his ear is even real sensitive to the touch.

He was deployed overseas for one year (at which time the problem started) and has suffering from this for about 3 years now. The doctors say there is nothing he can do for it but there has to be something! Something has to be out there to give him relief. Anyone have this problem or can provide first hand experience on how to manage or cure this? THANK YOU!
Sergey

Dillon, CO

#2 Dec 13, 2009
Try magicream at www.magicream123.com , i had eczema on my neck for 2 years , after 1 weeks of using that cream it's gone, i was skeptical about the website first , but still went ahead and ordered it and i'm glad i did , btw found out about that cream on that forum.
Lori

Kansas City, MO

#3 Jan 12, 2010
Has he tried DermOtic Oil (prescription ear drops)? They give some relief.
EK Brpwn

Saco, ME

#4 Mar 1, 2010
I just went to the ENT today to find out I had this and I'm none to happy. He has prescribed a steroidal ear drop to use as needed. At 42 I developed this and I'm concerned that it will spread but at this point he says not to worry. He says, "keep dry, use drops as needed, stay away from pool water and don't use hairspray around ears..."
Good luck to your husband.
Matthew Litke

Longmont, CO

#6 Mar 26, 2010
I get ear eczema often. I dont get pain in the jaw but it seeps a liquid like substance that rolls down the back of the ear. I wouldnt think eczema would cause jar pain.
Matthew Litke

Longmont, CO

#7 Mar 26, 2010
oops, sorry. I meant to say jaw pain.
Gill Harrington

Leeds, UK

#8 Jul 15, 2010
I have just been told that I have this problem after suffering for a week thinking I had a spot or something in there.
I have been prescribed OTOMIZE Ear spray so will see if this helps.
I am suffering in the jaw even being unable to chew on that side. Have been told to keep it dry and that it could last from anything from 1 week to 4 months and may even have to go to hospital to have something done in a worst case.
The itching is driving me crazy.
Will let you know how it goes.
Christiane

Lichfield, UK

#9 Aug 17, 2010
I've been suffering from ear eczema for years. I have tried everything - hydrochortisone, Otomise spray, ear drops, vaseline, moisterisers, olive oil etc. I've even seen a hospital specialist. Nothing had worked and it was driving me mad .... until I heard about 'Magicream123'. There was immediate relief after only one day! I couldn't believe it. The itching and the flaking skin had stopped. I have been using it now for a week and it is bliss!! No more scratching! Thought I must recommend it to help others.
Gill Harrington

Leeds, UK

#10 Aug 17, 2010
Thank you for that information Christiane can I buy it at the chemist?
Edward

Fort Worth, TX

#11 Aug 17, 2010
Well our son started to show signes of eczema on his legs. Lucky for us we joined a company that had a lotion that they said was very good for it. My wife was not really up on trying it on him and wanted to keep using the johnsons baby lotion. After a few days she let me try it on him. To our suprise it is now gone on several area and almost gone in the rest. We are very happy that we didn't haft to go very far to help him.

Christiane

Lichfield, UK

#12 Aug 18, 2010
In reply to Gill - you buy it from the internet, www.magicream123.com . I am still eczema free after using it for a week. I can't believe it - because I have tried everything. The relief started immediately I used it. I use it night and morning. It really is magic to have relief from the itching and scaliness. I wish I was on commission for this advertising!

Since: Aug 10

Fort Worth, TX

#13 Aug 18, 2010
Thats what is good about the company we are with. There is a commission but that not all that the company is about. It make us feel good when we can help people yeah the money is good but in our heart you would never feel complete without knowing that you really helped.
Gill Harrington

Leeds, UK

#14 Aug 19, 2010
Thank you once again Christiane I will look at the site.
ButterflyJak

Mitcham, UK

#15 Oct 15, 2010
I know it's been a few months, but would be really good to hear how you are all getting on.
I have suffered with my ear for 3 years now. It appears that you can get eczema in your ears when the wax glands stop working, your ear needs wax to protect it, without this it becomes very dry, flaky skin, redness and the terrible itching. This information has come from the ENT consultant I was seeing. He prescribed me a steroid cream called Trimovate, it is a yellow cream and very messy, but since then I have also had fungal infections in both ears (caused by antibiotics) it seems to keep giving me the fungal infection back again.
Would be great to hear if anyone has tried this Magicream in their ears and if it's worked or not.
alex

Lower Hutt, New Zealand

#17 Oct 17, 2010
Ear eczema is a real hassle especially when it seems to get worse and worse. I've had eczema problems for years and years and ear eczema was definitely one of them. I came across a blog that contains a lot of free information on how to help treat eczema. Contains some pretty cool stuff definitely worth a read
http://www.disappeareczema.com/blog
lorraine drake

Seattle, WA

#18 Mar 29, 2011
Jennifer wrote:
My husband suffers from what multiple doctors have told him is "ear eczema." His main symptom is extreme ear itch, which then leads to pain down to his jaw. Sometimes his ear is even real sensitive to the touch.
He was deployed overseas for one year (at which time the problem started) and has suffering from this for about 3 years now. The doctors say there is nothing he can do for it but there has to be something! Something has to be out there to give him relief. Anyone have this problem or can provide first hand experience on how to manage or cure this? THANK YOU!
use Euserin in the tube usually in the baby it is fantastic or the pharmacy within a week he will be thrilled
Sylvia

United States

#19 Apr 10, 2011
Aveeno Intense Relief Repair Cream stops the itch but does not cure the problem.
sjcitchyear

Mount Gilead, OH

#21 Aug 9, 2011
Christiane wrote:
In reply to Gill - you buy it from the internet, www.magicream123.com . I am still eczema free after using it for a week. I can't believe it - because I have tried everything. The relief started immediately I used it. I use it night and morning. It really is magic to have relief from the itching and scaliness. I wish I was on commission for this advertising!
Did you have this in your ear?
mamajane

Skokie, IL

#22 Aug 31, 2011
i also have ear eczema. First st starts itchy, then it gets flaky and sometimes it gets so bad it drains clear sticky fluid. i almost always get an outer ear infection with this. which is the worst. pain. ever. that outer ear infectino is also known as swimmers ear because its not behind the eardrum but in the ear canal. I tried so many solutions. the ONLY one that works consistantly is this:
First you need to get rid of the infection with prescription eardrops. They should contain an antibiotic solution like neomycin and also a steriod to reduce inflammation. a few days with this and it will go away.
Next step is to PREVENT it from recurring. Get some q tips and some olive oil. Plain ole olive oil. Doesnt matter if its extra virgin or not. Every day after showering, dry your ear canal out with a q tip GENTLY (yes i know they say never to do this but i havent had an infection for over a year using this method) then put a drop of olive oil on a q tip and GENTLY swab out the ears where you just dried. you're kind of "painting" the oil in your ear all around. Do this with both ears every day and you will not get ear eczema again. Swab the with olive oil BEFORE you swim too so the chlorine doesnt damage the ear tissue.
NEVER itch your ear with your finger, fingernail, or anything else. if your ear is itchy, use a oil coated swab and gently swab if you absolutly must.

as far as the oil coating goes, it should not be drippy. just barely damp with oil. the qtip absorbs it fast, but if you squeeze the oil coated tip with your finger you can see how witha little pressure the oil will start to come out. i dont know how else to describe thisl you dont want too much oil so your ear is drenched with it, cause it will leak. just enough to "paint" the inside of your ear.
good luck!
Stephanie

Monterey, CA

#23 Sep 17, 2011
MAGICCREAM123.com

It is such a sketchy and hoaxy looking web site but i decided to give it a try since my ears have been driving me up the wall for at least 4 years now and i was willing to try anything. It's been day 4 and my ears cleared up! I have yet to get an itch and the inside is no longer flaky or irritated!!!! When i went to the doctor to get it checked out awhile back he said there was no cure for ear eczema and gave me topical steroids and creams that didnt do much. ive never been one to take mainstream medicine but i was desperate. Seriously try it!!! It smells really nice too

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