Steroid shots for eczema

I got this in May…right after I had a severe panic attack,, I had been dealing with alot of stress, I had two children with in 22 months of each other, and dealing with postpartum,, I have not been able to get back to my ole’ self. All the anxiety, stress, depression, panic attacks, I could feel the tow it was taking inside me, I believe for me, it is 100% related to the panic attacks, stress etc.. I agree with the article, and in general if I got more excercize I think it would help,, I had eczema on all my fingers, and have been taking a type of steroid creme to put on my fingers,, now it is mainly my thumb, at times it feels raw and hurts most the time,, how I would love to feel my babies soft skin without the roughness of my peeled rough skin.. some of the tips of my fingers feel a little numb. I am doing my best to try and take it easy, not stress so much,, excercize is hard, having the two little ones with no one to watch, and I can’t afford a gym membership,,just wanted to tell you all to hang in there,,

Thanks so much for taking the time to write this, and to gather all this information. I have been suffering from Eczema for most of my life – I am currently 23 years old and suffer from it. I am originally from Australia and recently moved to to pursue acting, and since I’ve been here my skin has gotten worse and worse. I think possibly due to the weather, moving out of home so learning how to cook and feed myself correctly, as well as increased stress and lack of sleep from dealing with every day life and auditions. I have been following your blog for the past few months, and I have taken bits and pieces from it when really helped. But as soon as I started reading your book I got goosebumps – I finally felt like this was the answer I had been looking for. In the past 3 months alone since it is now Summer I have taken 2 steroid shots and 3 rounds of steroid tablets since I have had so many flare ups, but I finally feel confident that with the advice and information in this book, that I can now maintain and hopefully completely rid myself of my eczema forever! I would highly recommend this book to everyone with eczema, as it truly contains all the information that if you follow it, it will really help your journey towards being eczema free forever! Thanks for being a messenger and bringing this information to the rest of the world! – Emily C. (Reader)

I found out at 17 weeks that i had a huge aneurysm in my heart and if I stayed pregnant, the baby would be premature. We kept the baby and so at 24 weeks they gave me the betamethasone in case I had to have the baby before 28 weeks. At 27 weeks I went into the hospital for monitoring so at 28 weeks I got a booster of the shots. at 28 weeks 2 days they discovered that my aorta had a tear in it, so I had an emergency csection (and heart surgery at the same time). My son is now 13 days old and was only briefly on a ventilator (until they realized he was out performing it). So he's been breathing on his own since birth. I'd say go for the shots.

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I firstly salute you for enduring your journey of steroid withdrawal. It’s so horrible. About 8 months ago after a bout of severe allergy reaction dr have me two shots of bethametazone and then put me on oral steroids 25 mg unfortunately wasn’t tapered properly. Upon stop I got real sick but got over that … Unfortunately my skin developed this pinkish tone and redness and was severely dry. I went for surgery 4 months ago which they gave me huge dose of dezamethazone as I had recently been on steroids. I was fine for few days and then again the redness and dry skin returned with severe fatigued. They checked my adrenal function and it seems fine … I can’t tolerate sun and my skin has developed strech marks and severe wrinkling … I get bought of allergy that dr reckons it’s steroid induced and I also have developed severe acne … I just don’t know if it’s possible to have red skin syndrome just by injectable steroids and oral… I was prescribed steroid creams which I only used for 7 days… About 2 weeks ago I saw a rhrumathologist that wanted to put me back on prednisolone for 3 months… On first day I developed a small patch on my arm … I rang him and he increased the dose to 10 mg instead of 5 I noticed the general redness got less but rash got a bit worse … After 4 days he told me to stop as I had the rash on my arms and a bit if face… Upon stop the skin went all over pink again and I broke out badly on arms, legs and stomach and face … I want to wait and not take any more steroids but I just dunno can skin be addicted to oral and injectable the same way as it’s addicted to topical? I have no other health issue and all blood results are fine … I had a beautiful dark complection and I look pink as a pig lol …. I would really appreciate your help. Also what medication and different things you used to recover quicker? Did you develope lots if wrinkle and stretch marks too? It’s so upsetting what this drug does… I dunno if this is permanent skin atrophy or red skin syndrome thanks heaps …

I’m not sure if what I have is eczema or not. Across select fingers/kunckles I have raised whitish reddish bumps…gross little clumps of bumps. But other parts of my hands are clear as a bell. Not sure. I’d love to have that e-book. Wish I could buy it. I also would love to buy that Diet Recovery book by Matt Stone referenced on this site. But e-book buying isn’t for me.
Oh, that GAPS handbook looks awesome too…oye…wish this stuff were on shelves, so I could go to my library and check them out 🙂

Steroid shots for eczema

steroid shots for eczema

Hi there
I firstly salute you for enduring your journey of steroid withdrawal. It’s so horrible. About 8 months ago after a bout of severe allergy reaction dr have me two shots of bethametazone and then put me on oral steroids 25 mg unfortunately wasn’t tapered properly. Upon stop I got real sick but got over that … Unfortunately my skin developed this pinkish tone and redness and was severely dry. I went for surgery 4 months ago which they gave me huge dose of dezamethazone as I had recently been on steroids. I was fine for few days and then again the redness and dry skin returned with severe fatigued. They checked my adrenal function and it seems fine … I can’t tolerate sun and my skin has developed strech marks and severe wrinkling … I get bought of allergy that dr reckons it’s steroid induced and I also have developed severe acne … I just don’t know if it’s possible to have red skin syndrome just by injectable steroids and oral… I was prescribed steroid creams which I only used for 7 days… About 2 weeks ago I saw a rhrumathologist that wanted to put me back on prednisolone for 3 months… On first day I developed a small patch on my arm … I rang him and he increased the dose to 10 mg instead of 5 I noticed the general redness got less but rash got a bit worse … After 4 days he told me to stop as I had the rash on my arms and a bit if face… Upon stop the skin went all over pink again and I broke out badly on arms, legs and stomach and face … I want to wait and not take any more steroids but I just dunno can skin be addicted to oral and injectable the same way as it’s addicted to topical? I have no other health issue and all blood results are fine … I had a beautiful dark complection and I look pink as a pig lol …. I would really appreciate your help. Also what medication and different things you used to recover quicker? Did you develope lots if wrinkle and stretch marks too? It’s so upsetting what this drug does… I dunno if this is permanent skin atrophy or red skin syndrome thanks heaps …

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