At the age of 6 she was diagnosed with excema due to a scaly rash on her ear. A year later I brought her back to a specialist because she had the same rash on both elbows and knees bilaterally. That was somewhat cleared up with different prescription topical lotions. It has now spread to her ankles. From the research I have done these creams are not safe for young children. I am lost...what should I do? From the internet advertisements they tell me the creams just mask the psoriasis problem. It's a temporary fix. Is there anything I can do to stop it from spreading as she gets older?
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