I have this reoccuring rash (?) in my belly button area (I'm an innie). I'm not sure if it's eczema or not. It only started occuring the past 6-8 months, and it's only in that area. First there's a bump and then it starts getting extremely itchy. Then it goes away after a month or 2 and then it comes back (this is the 2nd or 3rd time now). I think that it's kind of odd that it's just in my belly button. I haven't really changed any living habits or eating habits. (And no belly piercings). Currently, it's pretty much dried out, perhaps from scratching a bit too much. So basically, is it just eczema or ???
I have a daughter 13 years old she has had an atopic skin very
dry but,her hair is veery oily her front now has a lot of comedones . we visit the doctor and his prescripcion was ACUTANE
Im worry because she has a very very dry skin and also she had her first mestruation a few months ago I dont know if that medicine could interfare with the grow up process.
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