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What I’m really pleased with though is the big paper bag of different steroids, emollients and antihistamines and whether it’s the placebo effect or just some sympathy from someone who was shocked at how bad my skin was and how raw, red, tight and sore – who cares! I become paranoid that some allergen is invading my house. Don’t want to eat anything in case it’s food making me so sore.One application of steroids and I already feel ten times more positive, calmer and less in pain. I even cringe from be hugged because it hurts to be touched when really, a hug is just what I need, even if it’s a gentle one and not a painful bear hug.If I can ignore it sometimes the lumps will recede fairly quickly without too much discomfort. It’s really interesting and anyone struggling with eczema flare-ups should consider reading it. You never know, it might just help you to cope a little better. Sometimes though it’s not allergies, it’s just eczema, an unwelcome guest who never announces his arrival, nor books to stay, just turns up unannounced and always outstays his welcome. Sometimes oil baths, tea tree oil and aloe vera are just not quite enough. Whether that’s the cold weather, central heating or just pure coincidence, doesn’t really matter, but the dreary weather never helps the dark moods that come with it. Add to this that I cannot exercise because this on bad eczema is like pouring acid into the sores. But with no exercise you just feel worse, more isolated and more grumpy.Well today I came home with a stern lecture from the doctor that my skin is far too dry, not to leave it so long before getting treatment, and a potential referral for further help. I feel in some way I am to blame that it comes, and it looks so horrid and it feels pretty awful. If you can get yourself moving, even just for a walk it will help, exercise is so important but also, for the person with eczema, can be so painful.

Some people do grow out of it but sadly that is not the fate for all of us.It isn’t always bad diet, late nights and over indulging, as you might imagine. If you’ve had a good spell with clear skin chances are you’ll have run out of steroids completely.If you’re lucky you’ll have some manky, rusty, twisted leaky old tubes that have seen better days and run out just at that crucial moment. Steriods are no longer left on your repeat prescription.These flare-ups seem to come to visit every six months or so and I just cannot cope without the intervention of steroid ointments. I look pretty dreadful and generally become a bit of a recluse when these hard times hit.Winter does seem to be a common time when eczema gets worse. This just compounds the general feeling of depression and frustration.

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