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I've had dermatitis for about 11 years now. None of my dermatologists can seem to prescribe an effective treatment. Sure, some will give it a few days of temporary relief but before long the scaling, redness, itchiness and mental anguish returns. It attacks my scalp, resulting in massive hair loss and eyebrows, which are also being thinned out. Some mornings I'll wake up to reptilean like scales throughout my eyebrows. I was told to put P&S lotion on them, to break down the scales, which only seems to make them a liquid clump that when washed away, takes half my eyebrows along with it.
I eventually shaved my head and had microscalp pigmentation done, which is highly recommended if you like to have the appearance of at least stubble on your head. The eyebrows, I sometimes wish I could shave off and do the same thing, but I know that would look nuts, lol. After a while, it seems the best thing is to still realize there are far worse ailments out there, have faith that someone will offer up an effective treatment and focus on the positive things in life. One more thing, does anyone else with dermatitis notice that when sweating heavily, instead of scaling, there's a white mucous substance oozing from the area effected ??? (eyebrows in my case)
Any feedback or helpful tips would be greatly appreciated, thanks.
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