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What's The Most Important Thing You Learned About Living With Eczema This Past Year?
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posted December 27, 2022
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That just when you think its over..its back..A little bit at a time a red itchy spot here, ya scratch it..then it spreads..and a little spot there..same thinG..🤔

posted February 10
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Herb H - Some insurance cover Dupixent but then the co-pay is so high. However, the co. that produces Dupixent will provide financial assistance. As long as your Dr. has prescribed it, you can apply for assistance. Both myself & a friend got the copay of $2 K 100% covered! My insurance covered it with a $2K co pay which I could not afford.
Rinvoq is the same way & I got 100% financial assistance for that as well.

posted January 14
A MyEczemaTeam Member

I have been taking a Collagen supplement daily and have been clear now for over a year. Recommended to me by a friend that puts collagen powder in her coffee. Has worked wonders, I have had no flare ups.

posted January 13
A MyEczemaTeam Member

yep that's exactly how it goes.

posted February 20
A MyEczemaTeam Member

Taking cool showers and adding moisturizer before drying off. Also using an humidifier helps keep your skin moist.

posted December 27, 2022

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