2020 Power Sickness Replace: How's My Eczema, Bronchial asthma, & Allergic reactions throughout COVID Lockdowns?





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13 thoughts on “2020 Power Sickness Replace: How's My Eczema, Bronchial asthma, & Allergic reactions throughout COVID Lockdowns?”

  • Hows you're eyes? I had to start dupilumab cause everything else I have tried failed with the exception of cyclosporine, methotrexate and dupilumab. Aza failed for me, doctor recommended dupilumab due to efficacy and safety and also no blood work. But now I am having eye side effects 2 months in. Alaway once a day and flurometholone twice -three times a day seems to work very well but conjunctivitis comes back after 3-4 days not putting on it. Flurometholone is weaker then tobradex but still can't stay on it for long. Any idea of new treatments? Abrocitnib?

  • Excellent news! Im very happy for man, you really deserve the break. As a fellow severe eczema sufferer about to start on dupilimab i started researching and found your channel. Glad i did, keep it up and keep posting, ill definitely be following your progress!

    Peace from the UK.

  • I found a Chinese herbal cream that has had really great effects and have no side effects. Also work from home and removing my commute has done wonders for my skin. Used to have patches on my feet that were so itchy but it's completely cleared up because I don't wear tight shoes anymore

  • Good to know youre doing well. Ive been dealing with eczema for the past 8 years. I would love to use dupixent but its too pricey my insurance wont cover it

  • behindeachfilmgrain

    Your skin looks amazing Jeffery! So now you can fly into Utah and we can do some arial photography! Hahaha! Good to see you health as you can be!

  • Glad to hear you're doing well! Being on dupixent, how have you dealt with the side effects to your eyes? I'm currently using Alaway OTC day to day and when it really gets bad, I start using Tobradex. I'm hesitant to use tobradex as you shouldn't use it long term, but it's the only thing that seems to work when it gets worse.

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