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    An_250154 posted:
    Hi, wondering what everyone's opinion on these pictures of me are.[br>[br>stomach:[br> [br> [br> [br>[br>shoulders[br> [br> [br>[br>neck[br> [br> [br> [br> [br>[br>wrist[br> [br>[br>inner elbows[br> [br> [br>[br>I had cradle cap as a baby, then nothing but slightly itchy and very marginally red inner knees and elbows as a child. Then during puberty my seborrhoeic dermatitis broke out on my scalp and face and my inner elbow atopic dermatitis got worse.[br>[br>During mid 2009 i got a itchy rash on my wrists after scratching while washing dishes in a restaurant, this seemed slightly different than normal eczema but all doctors either said they didn't know or said it was eczema. It has since spread to my neck when itching after shaving about a year and a half ago, and to my stomach and shoulders just a few days ago i also used to have a single coin sized patch on the top of my foot which went away after about half a year of not touching it at all (i think i found this easier because as the area of skin didn't stretch very much it was far less itchy, just like my stomach isn't as itchy but my neck and inner elbows feel terrible).[br>[br>My father has asthma and my mother has dry skin, all 3 of us have hay fever.

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