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The 7 Most Common Eczema To Look Out For

Do you have itchy, scaly, dry, cracked irritated skin? If so then you may be diagnosed with a disease known as Eczema. Eczema is a recurrent inflammatory skin disease. There are several types of eczema. 

  • Atopic Dermatitis is the most common one usually affects children and sometimes adults, “The skin usually becomes very dry, itchy, cracked, scaly and inflamed. Children may also develop or suffer from allergy, hay fever, and asthma.
  •  Dyshidrotic eczema can last for weeks with small itchy blisters or rashes appearing on the feet, hands, or both.

  •  Stasis Dermatitis usually affects mid-age to elders and who have an underlying condition such as chronic venous insufficiency or others. Which affects blood flowing properly in the legs. This disease usually affects the lower legs. Some of the symptoms are red, itch, swollen skin, swelling on the inside of the lower ankle and legs. Progressive symptoms may appear in infected areas such as ulcers, blisters, intensive itchy, swollen shiny skin.

  • Seborrheic Dermatitis affects the scalp and usually causes dandruff, red, and scaly skin. It can spread to the skin, eyebrows, forehead, ears, and nose.

  • Contact Dermatitis usually occurs on the part of the body that had an allergic reaction or substance contact. Some symptoms are severe itchy, rashes, dry, cracked, blisters, swelling, burning, crusting, and tenderness

  • Nummular Eczema commonly occurs on the hand and legs. It appears like a coin shape and looks similar to ringworm, fungal infection, and psoriasis. It can cause intensely red itchy skin.

  •  Papular Eczema accommodates small itchy bumps, dry, crack, skin infection, scaly rash, and may look more like pimples.

Here are the most seven common eczema. However to get more information, and evaluation you may want to consult with your doctor. To make sure these symptoms are not due to other underlying conditions  or the best way to control the symptoms.

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