Treating Eczema

Effectively treat your eczema by working with our dermatologists at Windsor Dermatology in East Windsor, NJ.

What Is Eczema?

Before you start seeking treatment for your eczema, it would be wise if you learned a little more about it.

Eczema is a skin condition characterized by dryness, irritation, and itchiness. In many cases, people affected by this condition may also have blisters and patches of scaly skin. The patches of scaly skin may also start to ooze liquid if the condition is left untreated.

The onset of eczema is often triggered by some form of irritant interacting with your genes. The resulting interaction is the cause of eczema.

What are the irritants that you have to be wary of if you want to avoid dealing with the aforementioned skin condition? They include products you use on your body all the time like soap and shampoo, dry air, and even high stress is a risk factor.

Unfortunately, the potential irritants that can cause eczema are difficult to avoid. That should help explain why it is such a common condition. At the very least, you don’t have to worry about passing eczema on to a loved one because it is not contagious.

You can get treatment for eczema by working with our dermatologists in East Windsor, NJ.

How Is Eczema Treated?

The treatment of eczema begins with a proper diagnosis. The doctor may ask you about your medical history and your symptoms so they can understand your condition better. After that, they will conduct some tests to confirm the problem.

Treatment can begin as soon as the condition is confirmed. You may be given some type of ointment or gel to manage your symptoms. The topical medicine provided should also help do something about the visible damage.

In addition to that topical medicine, your doctor may also prescribe medicine that specifically addresses some of your more atypical symptoms. Some people with eczema may also require the aid of immunosuppressants to treat their condition.

Some eczema patients do not always respond to medication. To treat those patients, doctors may enlist the help of light therapy. There are different forms of light therapy that can be used on eczema patients. Make sure that your doctor is using the best method for your specific case.

Call (609) 443-4500 to reach Windsor Dermatology in Windsor, NJ  and seek eczema treatment from our dermatologists.

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