Friday, March 2, 2012
Finally identified which type of sick that eczema was. I went to Baptist Hospital again and saw as doctor. He let me know this is Pompholyx (dyshidrotic eczema, vesicular hand eczema), that is an allergic eczema outbreaking in warm and wet climate. He gave me a tube of steroid with tablets of anti-histamine. I checked the ingredients in them and found everything in the chemical compounds is different from what other doctors gave me here and in Japan. He also gives me a warn that this should still go on for two weeks or so and that I need some patience not to touch spots. He is a good doctor; patience is the key to find a good man from bad others.