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29-08-2007, 08:40 AM
Need parents' help to refer my 2 yr old daughter to a good doctor who can diagnose the type of ezcema version she is suffering from and prescribe the right solution - found that several socalled skin specialists I sent her to are not effective at all -
I heard there was a Dr called Christina in USJ Taipan - does anyone know where I can locate her clinic thanks
29-08-2007, 06:39 PM
My regular skin specialist is Dr Ting of Ting Skin Specialist located at Jalan Imbi. Call them Tel: 03-2144-4848 for exact location. He was the Professor at UM for dermatology years ago. Very effective treatment. A bit pricey though. Quite long queue most of the time.
29-08-2007, 10:05 PM
Hi... Dr Christina Chea's my regular doc for skin prob as i have allergies & ezcema too... a very detailed doc indeed!
She's at the same row with Proton Showroom & KFC (facing USJ 6)..
Her number is 03-5631 3909
All the best! :)
12-09-2007, 06:21 PM
My son having ezcema too when he is before 2 year+. Doc did give some oral & external medication but I never wanted to give him d oral medication. I think most important things is to control his food diet, type of clothing, type of toiletries & detergent used in washing d clothes & floor/bed sheet at home. In fact, I have bought the more expensive toiletries for him. Luckily he is well now without going thru serious medication & he will be 3 years old next Monday :) Never give mango fruit & those citrus type fruit! He will get itch the whold night :eek:
13-09-2007, 08:44 AM
If you wish, there is one that my mum has been entrusted since 20 years ago is located at Melaka @Jalan Munshi Abdullah. The clinic name is "Pee Lee See", and specialist name is Doctor Pang, is well known in Mallaca. He can be reached at 06-2827145.
13-09-2007, 10:39 AM
My daugher had the same problem.
Try alternating her type of food intake everyday to let the toxin out of her system.
Monday - Fish
Tuesday - Veggie Type 1
Tuesday - Chicken
Wednesday - Veggie Type 2
Thursday - beef/pork
Fri - Egg
Sat - Veggie Type 3
Sun - Potato, french fries, macaroni...
When rashes appears then take medicine and apply cream Avoid seafood. Drink a lot of water. Cant remember the cream she use... but its RM15 a small tube...
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