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Thank you guys for your quick replies about cellulitis...
"...something stronger. I used it a few weeks with little result, so you might be right. One thing I found hard is that the cream and being moist makes the itching a lot worse. Know of any other ways... "
"...an antihistamine. Hubby had permanent cellulitis since stopping aspirin after a major stomach bleed. He is on permanent antibiotics at the moment and since getting the HU back into him the itchi... "
off hydroxy as he had cellulitis continually and it was a...
"...it was a trial which did not help. He is back on hydroxy now and gradually the itching is reducing. He had itchy skin before being diagnosed with PV as well. Try the antihistamine half hour befo... "
cellulitis. Not cellulite, cellulitis. It itches, weeps,...
"...got cellulitis. Not cellulite, cellulitis. It itches, weeps, and WILL not heal. I can take Benadryl, or I can ...Oddly enough, soaking an itchy area in hot water will make it itch madly at first... "