Can Eczema cause bruising, if so how can I prevent it?

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I have always had mild eczema and dermatitis but it has got worse over the last 6 months. I now have eczema all on my back, hips and legs (and eye lids) it's annoying but I have been dealing with it but now I am getting bruising on the same areas. I can't wear skirts or shorts as it looks like I am either really accident prone or I've been in a fight. 

Is this normal?

How can I try an prevent this? 

I do scratch my eczema but not all of the time.

Please help!

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    Skin problems are symptoms but problem is inside body. This is inflammation. You must to treat the consequences, not the causes. People are different but the principle is the same - you must lose the cause of the disease! Once again- I had psoriatic arthritis with diagnosis L40.0(-) and now I’m fine using a new 100% natural Omega 3 product from a North-European producer (they promise a ratio of 3:1 or lower). As I was sceptic I measured, and still do, Omega 3 effect and Omega 6:3 ratio due to its importance.

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      Hi! I've just come across this comment and am very keen to get some more information on this product. I have really bad eczema, several types, which has gotten a lot worse over the past 6 months. I am currently trying everything I possibly can to help it. I also have arthritis, some allergies and asthma. Would you mind giving me some more information please? Would appreciate it loads as if what you say is true then this could help me out a lot! Thanks

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    if you don't get a satisfying reply here - google your condition (before approaching  your doctor, and get a second opinion if you have doubts.) How are you dealing with your eczema? Steroid cream thins the skin and thin skin bruises easily. Get back. 
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      I use steroid creams, no soap products, no perfume and emollient baths. This has always kept it under control but lately it's got worse and the bruising is new.

      I am always switching up my diet to pin point a food that is causing it.

      The only other change is increased exercise and weight loss.

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