Tag Archives: Severe eczema

TSW Month 12

One Year down.  One FUCKING Year of HELL!  I know that I should be thankful for the progress that I have seen in my daughter’s skin.  I should be thankful that she will be cured and that this isn’t a … Continue reading

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Photo History of My Little Red Warrior

I remember how much pictures helped me at the beginning of my daughter’s topical steroid withdrawal.  I remember seeing the first pictures on ITSAN.org and just knew this was what we were dealing with.  I would look at before and … Continue reading

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TSW Months 10 and 11

I have been slacking since the holidays hit so it is time to get back on track and start posting updates.  The itch intensified at the beginning of month 10.  The first time, it was a few hours after a bath … Continue reading

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TSW Month 7

Month 7 has brought my daughter a lot more energy.  She has been on the trampoline almost daily.  By the middle of month 7 she was jumping several times a day for over a half hour each time.  This of … Continue reading

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TSW Month 6

So, we completed month 6 and not much has changed with my daughter since month 5.  That is a little frustrating but we knew this was going to be a long slow process. THOSE DAMN FEET! – Every other area … Continue reading

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In month 5 of Topical Steroid Withdrawal, things started to change a tiny bit for the better.  I will not fool you by saying that things were great, or even good.  Things sucked!  However, they sucked a little less than … Continue reading

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The LONG history of a little girl and her “eczema”

This journey all began when my beautiful daughter was 5 months old.  She had a few areas on her body that had small raised bumps.  They were in the crook of her elbow, on her wrists and behind her knees.  … Continue reading

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