I found that I have problems with the creams the doc put me on, as I reacted to something in them.
Taking vitamin D3 helped with this. If it was summer I would say to do some sun baths without sunscreen. Go easy and don't get burned. Start slowly with short bursts like 10 min a day then increase. Since it is winter go with the supplements. I take D3 year around now. This was actually a doc. suggestion and I was put on 6,000 IU of D3 a day. D3 is cheap and OTC at Costco, Walmart etc. For more info on this go to www.vitamindcouncil.org
Thank you for your information. I will look for D3 at Walmart I get 10% off. My husband works there. I have been using trimcinolone It sooths but never never makes it better. I go to a holistic medicine Dr and she told me to put vit e oil on it. Take cats claw immune,b-12-nd and liver-nd. I also go for detox spa. I have not seen the results for that due to having to go for surgery and having to stop the supplements .I live by the sea and salt water. Sun but I can't stand the heat. Having a cool front coming in and it will be in the 70s during the day instead of 80s. I just hate to lay out in the sun. But Dr recommended I sun 10-15 minutes and get into the salt water.
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