Hello, I’m a Malaysian currently I live in Japan. My son has severe eczema. We went to see dermatologist a few time and they kept giving the same cream with steroid, but the cream never work for my son. Anyone living in Japan knows which product without steroid can heal eczema? Thanks in advance.
Hello there. You are right to want to stay away from steroids: they do more harm than good even when they work. Now, remember: 15-20% of kids have eczema and only 1-2% of adults. So: kids do grow out of it. Keep your son’s skin moisturized; avoid household chemicals and perfumed soaps/shampoos; avoid hot and prolonged baths/showers (they dehydrate the skin). See if any foods aggravate your son’s condition (the usual suspects: citrus, dairy, peanuts, gluten, eggs, chocolate).
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I have two west highland terriors and one seems to be prone to skin conditions…before you tell me to get to the vet…I have already been they charged me a ton of money to tell me they do not know what is causing it…anyhow I am wondering if there is a shampoo and or dog food which is easier on them? Any westie owners with any info would be appreciated…
Right now I am using an oatmeal shampoo and Lamb and rice dry dog food….
Westies are one of the most predisposed breeds to experience dermal allergies. We call it “White Dog Disease” as a blanket term at the vet clinic where I work.
Most dog allergies appear dermally, but can be caused by many different factors. One being gastrointestinal, another being environmental factors. HESKA has a good allergy test that (yes, I know… the dreaded “v” word) your vet can conduct. Costly, but definitive.
You might want to ask your vet about hypoallergenic DOG FOOD. (I’m not kidding.) Hill’s Science Diet Prescription Diet Z/D, Z/D Ultra, those are your two bestest bets. Your vet can recommend a trial of the food, but you have to be set because you won’t see results right away.
If the food trial doesn’t work, would you consider oral medications? If so, there are a ton of antihistamines that vets use, but we see WONDERFUL results with a medicine called Atopica. (Again, no immediate results, but you have nothing to lose.)
Westies are wonderful dogs. The only problem with highly specialized breeds are the flaws which come with them. IMHO, mutts are the healthiest! LOL
Good luck with this, you just need to be hardheaded. You can treat this!