At the beginning of September, a red rash started on the outer thighs near the waist, itching, and after scratching it slowly developed into a rash on the outer thighs in patches, and around the 13th and 14th I started applying dermaplanin, but the effect was not good, and slowly there were individual red rashes on the knees and inner thighs, which later developed into the waist, arms and hands.I want to switch to a medicine with less hormone content or one that does not contain hormones but can relieve itching.
Treatment can be oral anti-allergy medication: Ebastine tablets, 2 pills once a day at night.Compound glycopyrrolate 3 times a day, 2 pills each time.You can apply tacrolimus ointment topically twice a day.Try not to eat river food, seafood and chili peppers during the treatment period.Be as little as possible to the woods, meadows and other places where there is a lot of dust from flowers and plants.
Local problems of allergic rash due to itching can be improved by considering drugs such as oral loratadine or cetirizine and topical topical medications, but if the area is too large, it is still recommended to take oral medications in a timely manner to reduce symptoms and restore fitness.
Hormone-free creams for eczema, commonly used are urea cream, vitamin E cream, mucopolysaccharide polysulfate cream, etc. These medications are not as effective as hormonal creams, but they can be used to help restore the local skin barrier, especially for some patients with chronic eczema.