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Jazzmine

I didn't really use anything at home, other than some unscented St. Ives lotion, but I went to my family doctor and she prescribed me Protonic, which has noticeable changes within the next day. It doesn't contain steroids as it goes on the facial area, so it's not harmful to your skin in the longterm, it also helps the eczema permanently disappear.

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Anonymous

heres an article on PROTONIX its for heartburn and has serious issues. why was this prescibed for eczema? might be time for a new doctor. just trying to keep you from getting hurt.

A recent report by the New York Times (NYT) explains how PPIs, which include popular heartburn medications like Prilosec or Zegerid (omeprazole), Prevacid (lansoprazole), Aciphex (rabeprazole), Protonix (pantoprazole), Nexium (exomeprazole), and Kapidex (dexlansoprazole), essentially block nutrient absorption, which as we all know leads to disease. It also highlights how artificially inhibiting stomach acid, which is naturally responsible for maintaining bacterial balance and processing food, eventually cascades into a death sentence for patients taking PPIs.

'Studies have shown long-term PPI use may reduce the absorption of important nutrients, vitamins and minerals, including magnesium, calcium and vitamin B12,' says the report. 'Other research has found that people taking PPIs are at increased risk of developing pneumonia; one study even linked use of the drug to weight gain.'

Many people who take PPIs not only suffer from more chronic health problems than the average person, but they never actually cure their acid reflux in the process. Without making the proper dietary changes necessary to balance stomach acid and restore a healthful digestive rhythm, those who take PPIs consistently, and for long periods of time, will progressively become more and more unhealthy.

Since PPIs are the third largest category of drug sales in the U.S., representing nearly $14 billion in annual revenues for Big Pharma, efforts to bury these inconvenient facts about PPIs have been repeated and persistent from the mainstream media machine. Pharma-backed doctors also continue to defend the use of PPIs, claiming that their supposed benefits somehow outweigh their risks.


Anonymous

Well I hope the home remedy the doc gave you works!

Anonymous

WTH?! Prescription pill are not 'home remedies'

Sierra

It's called Protopic and it is a eczema ointment

Anonymous

aaahh protopic that changes everything :) still time for a new doctor. there are many lawsuits associated with this product. increased risk of cancer especially lymphoma. if your glands are swollen while using this product see your NEW doctor immediately. it gets into your system and will affect your child if your breast feeding. product specifically states 'SHORT TERM use only'. in my humble opinion, people keep treating the symptom not the cause at extreme risk to your health. if you think eczema is bad try dealing with cancer. why take the chance. everyone is trying to treat this topically when the problem is internal. we need to reduce inflammation. diet is very very important. reduce the sugars, simple carbs, and chemicals that are trashing our immune system. please be careful if using protonic and really weigh the risks. best wishes

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