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Eczema - some useful info

Discussion in 'Parenting' started by Theteachingsolution, Aug 27, 2012.

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    Hi all, just bee chatting to a friend of mine and her baby has been suffering with eczema quite bad recently and she has managed to get it under control through trial and error. She has managed to avoide using the oily creams which were leaving the baby uncomfortable.
    She has emailed me an A4 doc with her day to day diary of what she did and what worked etc
    I remember some mums on here mentioing their babies suffered with eczema too, so if you would like me to fire over the document give me a shout






     
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    Hi all, just bee chatting to a friend of mine and her baby has been suffering with eczema quite bad recently and she has managed to get it under control through trial and error. She has managed to avoide using the oily creams which were leaving the baby uncomfortable.
    She has emailed me an A4 doc with her day to day diary of what she did and what worked etc
    I remember some mums on here mentioing their babies suffered with eczema too, so if you would like me to fire over the document give me a shout






     
  3. Coolgiraffe

    Coolgiraffe Occasional commenter

    ooh yes please, that sounds very helpful!
    I'll pm my email address to you as i don't want to post it on here, thanks x
     
  4. sorry, just spoke to my friend and it was with her 2 year old which she has used the info she sent me, with her baby a few things she hasnt been able to do but still managed to reduce some of the symptoms
     

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