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People asking you about your ezcema at school

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby angel17 » Fri Aug 20, 2010 1:54 pm

helooo,
at school i never take my jumper off and im always hot i try not to care what peaple think but its not that easy and once i did take my jumper off and a boy turned around and went er thats really bad ! i felt like dying i quickly put my jumper back on and never took it off again ! all the time all my freinds wear dresses and skirts in the summer but i wear jumper and jeans in the summer i hate having eczema and i feel like crying
angel17
 

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby Peter » Fri Aug 20, 2010 2:55 pm

Angel, when you on your own,try going around in shorts/skirt and short sleeves. You might find that the sun and air may actually help to clear your eczema. If you can do this for a week you could see an improvement.It is worth a try!
Peter
 

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby angel17 » Fri Aug 20, 2010 5:39 pm

peter,
thankyou
i will give it a try and see if it helps
angel17
 

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby Bekka » Sat Jan 01, 2011 10:10 pm

Hi! I’ve suffered from eczema my whole life, so it’s relieving to read about others in the same situation. When I have a flare-up, there are no words to describe the frustration, and it’s impossible trying to explain how it feels to others. I was bullied at school for having it, and people always used to ask 'urrrrgh what's that!'

Anyway, I don’t want this to come across as spam, but I’m at university studying graphic design, and have decided to do a project on eczema awareness (and the psychological effects behind eczema). It would mean so so much if you took a minute of your time to fill out this quick questionnaire – thanks so much!! xx

p.s. Happy New Year! :)

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Bekka
 

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby CHARS » Sat Jan 15, 2011 9:14 am

Heyy everyone!
My name is Charlotte, im 16 years old and ive had eczema since i was 4 months old.
It's comforting to know that others are on the same page as myself with the whole eczema thing..although at the same time, i know how it feels, and knowing that so many others are feeling the same as i am, makes me upset.
I hate this condition! I HATE IT! I have flare ups on my neck so i wear scarves all the time...even when its warm out..Its so hard. I just wonder why this had to happen to me..
Anyone have any tips to make the redness and flakiness go away???
CHARS
 

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby Me » Wed Aug 31, 2011 3:48 am

I have eczema and im 14. I started having it last year. So right now i have not had any flares, but on my leg there is a dry spot where the eczema was. I end up scratching and it turns to scabs. I have gym the semester. Is there any way i can hide it or make it better?
Me
 

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby Hank » Wed Nov 30, 2011 10:13 am

Super jazzed about gttenig that know-how.
Hank
 

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby Susannah » Thu Dec 22, 2011 2:52 pm

I'm not esaily impressed but you've done it with that posting.
Susannah
 

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby letsdoiteczema » Wed Jan 25, 2012 12:58 pm

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letsdoiteczema
 

Re: People asking you about your ezcema at school

Postby artistgirll » Tue Mar 06, 2012 3:15 am

Hi Im in middle school! Even though there is a year and a half till high school I'm so scared someone will c it and make fun of me.Any tips?!?
artistgirll
 

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