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Monday, May 2, 2016

Seborrheic Dermatitis Treatment in Malaysia

Seborrheic dermatitis malaysia
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Are you looking for someone or something in Malaysia to treat your seborrheic dermatitis?

With tons of low quality self-help e-books out there on seborrheic dermatitis treatment, I am not surprised if you are confused and over-whelmed with information or rather mis-information on the internet i.e. recommendations from Facebook friends, neighbors, emails, forum recommendations, search engine results etc.

Step 1: Read more about your condition from credible websites.

Here are the recommended links –

http://www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/ency/article/000963.htm
Alexa ranking (under Health category): No. 1

http://www.webmd.com/skin-problems-and-treatments/seborrheic-dermatitis-medref
Alexa ranking (under Health category): No.2

Also you could go through the list of common medications used to treat or reduce the symptoms of Seborrheic Dermatitis. Follow the links to read common uses, side effects, dosage details and read user reviews for the drugs listed below -


Most of the above OTC (over the counter) medications are available in most of the local pharmacies (Guardian, Caring, Watsons etc.) in Malaysia. The 'RX' category can only be purchased through a licensed medical doctor.

If you still believe in some of the tooth-fairy folklore self-help ‘how I cure my seborrheic dermatitis ebooks’, you will not find us recommending any of these stuff in this post.

So, how do your sift out all those non-credible sites from credible sites. One way is to check their Alexa ranking and the qualification of the author/s.

Most of these ‘alternative’ sites will start by agreeing that there is no ‘medical’ cure for seborrheic dermatitis and how superficial your medical doctor and your dermatologist are. Then they will bring out their ‘cure all’ concoction with some random testimonials from a few ‘happy’ customers bla bla …

I do agree that not all dermatologists are equally good and the challenge is to find a good doctor or a good dermatologist. I would rather trust a doctor than a non-doctor. Imagine seeking advice from someone who couldn’t tell the difference between a knee joint and a hip joint; or the difference between a bacteria and a virus. I hope you get my point. So, decide wisely.

Step 2: If your seborrheic dermatitis is mild, do consult your nearest pharmacist (Guardian, Caring etc) for recommendations on OTC (over the counter) seborrheic dermatitis treatment products.

Step 3: If your seborrheic dermatitis do not respond to self-care or over-the-counter treatments, call for an appointment with your nearest qualified medical doctor or a Dermatologist in Malaysia.

Also call if patches of seborrheic dermatitis drain fluid or pus, form crusts, or become very red or painful.


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