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Has Anyone Use Halobetasol Steroid Cream For Long Periods Of Time.

Has Anyone Use Halobetasol Steroid Cream For Long Periods Of Time.

Been dealing with moderate/severe eczema for a almost 2 years now. I'm seeing more outbreaks on my body. Hands & feet, ankles & calves are the worse. I am using a new cream called ByeBye Eczema with all natural ingredients, also use Helobetasol, Vanictram body moisturizer & Hydroxyzine at night to help the itch and sleep. I want to try Dupixent but I don't think it's covered by my insurance. At wits end!

posted October 9, 2021
A MyEczemaTeam Member

If you use steroids all of the time they lose their usefulness and cause long term issues. Try mixing your ointments with a lotion or a cream. Also try going natural. It takes patience, but its worth the process.

posted November 13, 2021
A MyEczemaTeam Member

Hello I'm on dupixent.if you have insurance and see a dermatologist they can write you a script and my dupixent line if you call them they have a program where I'm not paying anything for it. It's a great help I've been on it a year after 3 months no itching and I'm back to wearing tank tops that I haven't been able to wear for 3 year's I had to wear long sleeves it's the best for me hope this helps

posted October 10, 2021
A MyEczemaTeam Member

The dermatologist was what got me on Dupixent. It took months of denials by the insurance company but once it was approved the drug’s manufacturer picked up the cost.

posted March 1
A MyEczemaTeam Member

My pin wasn’t covered by the state insurance for me I had to Appel it more then once so did my DR so it was more then 3times so now I’m covered they have to pay for it since it was Appel so many times and the company said if my income ever change dupixent can help me pay for my shot you can try to call dupixent and see what your options are by your income or insurance they are really nice and vary helpful they even send you information books too and I love Sandofi pharmacy they and dupixent will call you to let you know to take or shot and to order it again is really helpful to me I forget a lot call them

posted October 27, 2021
A MyEczemaTeam Member

I really hope that you get good results I love it changed my life completely out takes a while to see results but so worth it good luck

posted February 22

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