A type of eczema that results in tiny blisters to form in the fingers, palms, and soles is called pompholyx. It is believed to be triggered by fungal skin infection, metal allergy, stress, or sweating. Topical steroids and avoiding triggers can help manage this condition.

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Can pompholyx eczema be treated with ayurvedic medicines?

Query: Hi doctor, My 11-year-old child is suffering from pompholyx eczema on hands for the last three years. There is too much itching, pain, and blisters on his hands. His biopsy suggested spongiotic dermatitis. I have taken allopathic, homeopathic, and ayurvedic medicines. But still, there is no relief....  Read Full »

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Answer: Hello, Welcome to icliniq.com. Please attach the picture of rashes if possible and also attach previously taken Ayurvedic medicine prescription. Ayurveda can cure all kinds of dermatitis. But keep in mind, the progress will be a little slow. So you need to follow them regularly for a specific per...  Read Full »

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