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Comment from: Saba, 35-44 Female (Patient) Published: November 04

I inherited this eczema from my mom. It gets worse if I eat black pepper seafood, chicken, beef, eggplant, coffee jaggery, etc. I used different ointments but no use. I am currently using urine, it is better than costly ointments.

Comment from: Taj Mohd, 19-24 Male (Patient) Published: August 25

I had this unknown allergy, and two years later it was told by the doctor that I have eczema. Unknowingly I had used Dettol on my face and the infection was just double the next morning. I am still having it, I don't know when it will be cured.

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