Medication To Treat Dermatitis?
Hello … I am a sufferer of dermatitis. My questions are: 1. May I consume Omega Complex with omega 3,6,9 and vitamin E? 2. Besides Cetirizine and Methylprednisolone, are there other safer drugs? 3. Other than Cloderma, is there any other cream? I usually use Cloderma cream, brown. Thank you
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Dermatitis is an inflammatory disease of the skin that can be caused by infections, allergic reactions, irritating and autoimmune reactions. This condition is characterized by the appearance of various forms of rashes, such as bumps, spots, spots to plaques. If infected with bacteria will be accompanied by pus. The rash that appears will feel itchy and / or sore.
Regarding your condition, there is no problem if you consume omega 3, 6 and 9 fatty acids and Vitamin E. These nutrients are indeed needed by the body in certain amounts. Even some of them can not be produced by the body itself, so it is needed outside intake. However, don't overdo it. Consumption according to the recommended amount. Read the previous usage instructions rules. Remember, consume every product with a BPOM (Food and Drug Monitoring Agency) permit. Apart from dietary supplements, you can also get them from natural food sources, such as chicken eggs, salmon curls, tuna, avocados, nuts and seeds.
The medicine you mentioned is good, but the best is prevention. Avoid any triggers for your dermatitis. If a complaint arises, you can take the medicine according to the rules of use of the drug listed on the packaging. If the complaint is extensive or prolonged, consult a doctor immediately.
The cream medicine that you use contains clobetasol propionate, which is a corticosteroid class of drugs used to reduce the inflammatory reaction on the skin. Many other corticosteroid drugs that can be used, you can read more here, yes.
Thus hopefully useful.