How do i get rid of my chronic eczema?
I am 28 years old and have recently begun to experience bouts of eczema. Will this go away eventually or will i have this for the rest of my life?
Chronic eczema symptoms typically decrease with age
Even though symptoms of chronic eczema start to occur during childhood for most patients, people can develop symptoms at any age. Roughly half of chronic eczema patients continue to experience symptoms well into adulthood, although many times the severity of the symptoms will decline over time. Even patients who see their eczema subside will typically always have dry skin.
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