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7 month old psoriasis

(6 Posts)
BusyCee Wed 19-Feb-14 17:37:55

I think DS2 has psoriasis on his temple. When he eats its seems to irritate it, he itches like mad, cries and then can't focus on food. I've been giving him a porridge bath (oats in muslin), and am off to get some good moisturizer, but any other thoughts? Will the GP be able to give him anything that will make a real difference (that the oats and moisturizer won't?)

BusyCee Wed 19-Feb-14 18:34:21

He also scratched so much this evening he made it bleed...hmm

AfricanExport Wed 19-Feb-14 18:39:24

My advice would be to ditch all moisturisers and use good quality oils like Palmers or the new garnier ones.

I find moisturises burn me and make my skin even more sensitive.

Waltonswatcher1 Wed 19-Feb-14 23:57:11

My psoriasis advice is to leave well alone .
In theory oats should be good for the skin but,they are high in nickel and can sometimes aggravate psoriasis .
My specialist used to recommend aqueous cream only-to wash with and moisturise with. Not sure if its ok for babes .
Is it definitely psoriasis ?
Keep a food diary.

Waltonswatcher1 Wed 19-Feb-14 23:59:10

Gp can give steroid cream .
My psoriasis is not itchy once it is at the visible stage ,I wonder if it is psoriasis or if it may be infected.

BusyCee Thu 20-Feb-14 08:00:21

Thanks all. Off to the GP this am as it seems worse and you're right, I don't know it's psoriasis...

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