WhiteBeard no, I have not ever heard of that cream but have written it down to discuss with the 2nd new dr. The derm did give me a script
for an ointment to try. He said it most likely would not work well since the Clobetasol didn't but worth a try. I like it because it will help moisturize so to speak. Like after a shower is the best time to put it on my feet because the skin has large thick scaley areas and he said the ointments work better versus a cream. The skin on the sides of my feet is extemely thick & hard and as well as on some places on the toes and soles. This is what happens after the blisters form. I was surprised its considered an auto-immune disease. I have done some reading about
different types of treatment and there are lot of options. Its like anything else medically speaking, you have to find what works the best for you. I laid my Humira shot out today to get get at room temp and plan to start back on it. Wouldn't it be great if I could get it under controll with it since I already take it for crohns.But, I just need to be able to stay on it consistently and not have to keep stopping because of an infection. I was not aware drs make you sign releases if they rx drugs like, Remicade, & Humira, they are TNF blockers, I have never had to sign a release.I had a 3 month supply delivered Friday. Thanks again WB for the name of the cream.
Moderator Chronic Pain
crohns disease dx 2002 & small bowel resection, still looking for remission whatever that is, chronic pain 22 yrs, added ulcerative colitis 6-05 to the mix, high blood pressure 28 yrs, aortic heart valve insuffiency, depression, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis lumbar spine, scoliosis lumbar spine, peripheral neuropathy hands & feet, COPD & on oxygen therapy, lupus & decreased circulation in both legs. Several other health issues just not enough room to list it all. Too many surgeries to list and too many medications to list. Currently on 16 different daily medications. Intrathecal pain pump implanted June 05.