Eczema can be an unrelenting condition

Moderate to severe eczema (atopic dermatitis) isn’t just a skin condition. It’s a chronic, systemic disease that’s thought to be linked to an overactive immune system and persistent inflammation. For some patients, eczema can flare up unexpectedly—and the itch and rash that come with it can, at times, feel really intense.

Check out these eczema symptoms

You’re unique. And so is your experience with eczema. But you may recognize these common symptoms:

  • Dry, red/discolored, and itchy skin
  • Areas of swelling or inflamed skin
  • Crusting, oozing, or cracking skin
  • Patches of thickened skin

If your symptoms aren’t under control, particularly after treatment with other pills or injections, including biologic medicines, it may be time to take another look at your eczema treatment plan. Use the doctor discussion guide to work with your eczema specialist, giving them all the details about your symptoms, to help you with your eczema treatment goals.

What type of eczema (atopic dermatitis) treatment have you been prescribed most recently?

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Speak out about your treatment goals

Find a specialist and work together to find a treatment plan that works for you.

Facts on severity

While roughly 10% of people in the US have eczema, not everyone experiences it the same. For some patients, their disease is considered moderate to severe. A specialist will diagnose and determine the severity of your condition, but some things your doctor may consider when determining if you have moderate to severe eczema are:

  • At least 10% of your body is covered with eczema, estimated to be the equivalent of 10 adult palms, is one way to determine severity
  • Location will also be evaluated, like its visibility on your face or neck or whether it affects places like your palms and the soles of your feet
  • Treatment history—knowing what’s helped and what hasn’t—is a key factor in figuring out a treatment plan that works for you

Intensity of the itch is another factor that determines severity, but it can be difficult to express. Use the itch scale to better describe your itch experience to your doctor.

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