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How can I manage symptoms of discoid eczema?

Dr. Mehmet Oz, MD
Cardiology (Cardiovascular Disease)
If you have symptoms of discoid eczema, get checked by a dermatologist. A dermatologist may recommend daily treatment strategies, such as taking long, lukewarm baths and applying moisturizer while your skin is damp. Your dermatologist also may prescribe ointments or other skin treatments. In some cases, oral medication may be needed to help manage symptoms of discoid eczema. Take all of the medicine your doctor prescribes exactly as instructed.

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