My aunt has problems with cuts on her...

My aunt has problems with cuts on her hands

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KenR

Denver, CO

#1 Dec 10, 2010
My aunt is currently 71 and has been living with lupus since she was around 50. She experiences so many things from ear problems to problems with her teeth and internal organs.

Now she experiencing cuts and throbbing on her hands. When she moves her hands she get something that looks like a paper cut. At night she has to keep her hands in soft white gloves with petroleum jelly on her hands. The Dr's she has been seeing thinks she has a form of eczema, but cannot diagnose what type. They have prescribed every type of external medicine they know to give her and now her Dr's have given up and told her she will just have to learn to live with it. Has anyone had anything like this and was there a natural remedy that helped you or a friend?

Thank you,
Looking forward to a response. I don't like to see my aunt suffer.
Eczema Sucks

United States

#2 Dec 22, 2010
I'm sorry to hear that your aunt is going through so much pain. I have had eczema all my life. One of the things that I've struggled a lot was hand eczema. It would always be painful to move my hands; it was the worst when I had to wash them. None of the steroid creams really helped me long term so I was looking for alternatives.

I recommend having your aunt try WinVivo's healing balm. It is all natural. I would put the balm on my hands every night and wrap them up in bandages so the product could penetrate my skin and do its job while I'm sleeping. Here is some information about it: http://winvivo.com/health-concerns/eczema The balm is not that expensive, around ~$50, considering how fast it helped me heal my hands.

I hope this helps.
KenR wrote:
My aunt is currently 71 and has been living with lupus since she was around 50. She experiences so many things from ear problems to problems with her teeth and internal organs.
Now she experiencing cuts and throbbing on her hands. When she moves her hands she get something that looks like a paper cut. At night she has to keep her hands in soft white gloves with petroleum jelly on her hands. The Dr's she has been seeing thinks she has a form of eczema, but cannot diagnose what type. They have prescribed every type of external medicine they know to give her and now her Dr's have given up and told her she will just have to learn to live with it. Has anyone had anything like this and was there a natural remedy that helped you or a friend?
Thank you,
Looking forward to a response. I don't like to see my aunt suffer.
KenR

Dallas, TX

#3 Dec 22, 2010
Eczema Sucks wrote:
I'm sorry to hear that your aunt is going through so much pain. I have had eczema all my life. One of the things that I've struggled a lot was hand eczema. It would always be painful to move my hands; it was the worst when I had to wash them. None of the steroid creams really helped me long term so I was looking for alternatives.
I recommend having your aunt try WinVivo's healing balm. It is all natural. I would put the balm on my hands every night and wrap them up in bandages so the product could penetrate my skin and do its job while I'm sleeping. Here is some information about it: http://winvivo.com/health-concerns/eczema The balm is not that expensive, around ~$50, considering how fast it helped me heal my hands.

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Thank you for your advice. I will let Aunt Fran know about the recommendation.
I hope this helps.

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