Once upon a time, atopic dermatitis started off as a small rash, or an itchy spot that appeared on you or your loved one’s skin. The rash might have spread, or the itching may have intensified. Questions running through your head might have been…
Questions like these might lead to seeking or receiving an atopic dermatitis or eczema diagnosis. What were the questions you had running through your head? In this month’s spotlight, we’d like to hear about your diagnosis journey and answer questions for those who might still be wondering…could it be atopic dermatitis?
Q&A: I think I have atopic dermatitis. What should I do?
How is Atopic Dermatitis Diagnosed?
By Editorial Team
A diagnosis of atopic dermatitis (AD) is made based on features seen on a physical exam. A general practitioner, like a pediatrician or other primary care provider, may make the diagnosis, or a dermatologist who specializes in skin conditions, may provide the diagnosis…READ MORE
What is the Difference Between Atopic Dermatitis and Psoriasis?
By Editorial Team – August 3, 2017
Atopic dermatitis (AD) and psoriasis are both conditions that affect the skin, and they both tend to run in families. However, there are differences between the two conditions, and proper diagnosis is important to receive the right treatment and manage symptoms…READ MORE