HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES FOR PHRYNODERMA

It is believed to be due to the deficiency of vitamin A and or essential fatty acids and occurs more freque ntly in children. It presents as asymptomatic  hard acuminate , follicular papules usually on the extensors of the knees, elbows and buttocks. The  lesions are very rough to touch
HOMOEOPATHIC REMEDIES
1.      Antim crude 10M – Dry skin. Sensitive to cold bathing. Itching when warm in bed
2.      Hydrocotyle 30—A  specific remedy
3.      Natrum mur. 200—Dry eruptions, especially bends of joints. Greasy skin
4.      Nitric acid 30- Bleed on washing
5.      Ranunculus bulb.30—Horny skin. Burning and intense itching, worse contact

6.      Sulphur 200- Dry, scaly unhealthy skin. Pimply eruptions . Itching worse scratching and washing 

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