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skin problem

Posted by @josephineonkendi, Oct 14, 2011

Hello,
I have a skin problem for three years now, i have used a lot drugs creams,ointments etc but the problem is still there. The Doctors say i have dermatitis others say it is psoriasis so it is like the disease is not known well. But as i have read your notes on dermatitis and psoriasis i have seen that my problem may be both of this diseases. how can you help me since am really worried?

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Posted by @josephineonkendi, Oct 14, 2011

i need your reply please because you are professionals


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Posted by @nativefloridian, Oct 16, 2011

I agree that you should make an appointment with a dermatologist. They are not likely to answer your questions here online.


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Posted by @reikimaster, Jan 16, 2012

I tried 4 dermitologists in the past 10 years. I appears they were doing trial and error medicine at my expense. MY monthly csot of these ointments was over $1000 a month. Then I ran into a doctor who makes herbal oil and this has removed 90% of my skin problem. I am willing to share the documentation I made during the past 2 years and the photo results with others. I may be contacted via email atlifetax@gmail.com. I live in New York, USA.

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Posted by @reikimaster, Jan 16, 2012

Unfortunately medicine has become just like any other business. I visited several dermitologists for a 10 year period. Zero results ad spents thousands of dollars on ineffective medicines. Doctors want repeat business it appears to me. The steriod based medicines got me very depressed and then the dermitologist told me to go see a pchychiatrist. Very conveniently, the pchychiatrist was next door to this doctor! This is so unethical. I did visit the phychiatrist whose secretary demaned payment of $400 upfront before I could see the doctor. I walked away with a polite thank you!

There is an ancient Egytian saying: 25% of what you earn is for you to live, and 75% of what your earn is for the doctor to live on. So true.


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Posted by @alexsimon, Oct 14, 2011

Dear Josephine-
I understand your concerns. As we cannot diagnose or provide treatment options online, I’d encourage you to schedule an appoint if you’re interested in traveling to a Mayo Clinic campus for an evaluation, click on the “Request an Appointment” button at the top of the page.


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Posted by @josephineonkendi, Dec 14, 2011

Please am too far from you i could have come there but i can’t afford am in Kenya please advice me even the medicines i can use for me to be ok, its a serious case because the problem is in the whole body, i live on medicine which just slows it but does not cure it. Do you have a clinic here in Kenya so that i may visit there? please help me


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Posted by @alexsimon, Dec 30, 2011

Dear Josephine -
I apologize but we are unable to offer medical advice or give perscriptions online. We currently do not have a hospital in Kenya.
My best advice would be to speak to your dermatologist.


j_j
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Posted by @josephineonkendi, Jan 2, 2012

ok, thanks


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Posted by @rooster, Oct 14, 2011

I also had dermatitis on my eye lids the doctor gave me DESONIDE OINTMENT and it cleared it right up. I also had some itchy skin on the back of my neck and he gave me VANOS CREAM that also worked very well my dermatologist was the only one who could help. Good luck


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Posted by @josephineonkendi, Dec 14, 2011

Where is your dermatologist? is he in Kenya because am in Kenya?


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Posted by @rooster, Dec 14, 2011

Can not suggest Dr. I live in U.S. sorry


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Posted by @rajan, Jan 3, 2012

Were u explained how the oitment works. What could be the side effects. That is most important for every one to understand the treatment that is being given.


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Posted by @josephineonkendi, Jan 3, 2012

I wasn’t explained they just give the cream or ointment and tell me if i see improvement i continue using them,like for i have been using Exevet Ointment because it at least helps me and have used it for more than a year now but i don’t know the side effects of it.


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Posted by @rajan, Dec 14, 2011

do come back and report the results of ur visit here. May be I can be of help if they fail.


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Posted by @josephineonkendi, Dec 14, 2011

am too far from you, am in Kenya i thought you will advice me on what medicine i will use since i can not reach you, or do you have Mayo clinic branch in Kenya so that i may visit there?

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