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    emperor12 is offline New Member
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    Eczema or Psoriasis caused by Test/Tren?

    Hi there. I have in the past gotten the usual big zits on my back from this stuff.....but in the last year I now have what looks and feels exactly (only from research) like Eczema or Psoriasis. Not the usual big bumps that you can pop. More like flaky dry inflamed red skin. Can this be used from test and or then use? I've stopped taking it... No need to post pics because it's embarrassing but looks like any pics you'll see on google.

    I have gone to 2 different doctors and they had NO CLUE. It's Canada so they are a bit out to lunch. One just didn't know....and the next said to stop taking super hot showers....now I take cold showers and no change so I doubt thats the cause. It's worse than a shower kind of thing anyways....

    It has to be hormone related or something....diet has not changed at all.

    Any ideas? it's killing me....but try some gut healing detox/parasite things but....that might be dreaming.

    I am 42 yers old and until 1 year ago Ive never had anything like this...

    Thank you for any suggestions....anything at all.
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    As I got older, I occasionally would have very small patches of dry skin on my hands, but my Dr. wrote me a script for clobetasol propionate . I only use it once or twice per year now.
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    emperor12 is offline New Member
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    thank you. I will look into that.

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    I started getting this around age 25 and I’m 33 now. I thought it was from my cat, but even after not being around my cat for months at a time, I still would get it. I also went to a dermatologist and basically he said they don’t know why this happens and it seems like an allergic reaction in the sense that the skin is hyper reacting to something and causing the red itchy skin and flaking. For me, it gets the worst when I skip a shower or if I sweat a lot. Especially if I go to the gym and don’t take a shower right after. Hydrocortisone cream works well at stopping it. Facial hair makes it worse. Once I shaved off my goatee, it reduced by a lot. I get it on one eyebrow, my upper lip/nose creases, and parts of my scalp near my hairline and some parts of my cheeks. It does fucking suck, it’s another thing I have to worry about all the time and it makes your skin look older and patchy. I used to ha e the best skin too.

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