Our expert says:
Ronn, the mainstay of treating eczema is cortisone. You don’t want to use it if it’s not necessary and you don’t want to put it on the wrong skin problem, so I think the best would be to first see your doctor. He will confirm the diagnosis and prescribe the appropriate strength cortisone cream. Good luck.
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