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sugaredvanilla45 posted:
dont know what i have had on my palm of my hands and the bottom oof my foot is eczeme or not. i went to ER because the pain was awful oon my hands i had little bilster all over including on my finger tips. they just like kinda dryed up and my skin is peeling off. on my foot the whole left side of my foot is peeling for the the 5 time or more its cracked and bleeding, and hurts to even walk on it i have soaked it in epsin salts, and just plain water, i have put all kinds of creams on it from athletes foot meds to bag balm and vasiline even tried vicks because some one said they did it and healed them. no luck. its so pain ful i can hardly walk. i just dont know what to do and i have no family dr because i just moved to a new area for a job. please help someone
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LJenkins67 responded:
I have had Exzema all my life, I finally found something that works. Cortizone 10 for Eczema, you can buy it everywhere. Give it a try.


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