|Marian's eye with Seborrheic Dermatitis|
(Cradle Cap is a condition that infants get. The baby's scalp becomes flaky and scaly. For a complete definition please click here.)
The frustration comes when the doctor prescribes medication and creams without the slightest knowledge or concern with my gluten sensitivity. It has happened before with different doctors so I should not be surprised. Yet it still angers me. I have been doing research and the medication appears safe but the creams are not. I used the internet and then went to my book, Is Gluten Hiding in Your Shampoo? to look up all the chemical names for gluten found in personal care products and medications. When are these doctors going to learn about gluten and the affects on the skin.
I do not plan to start with the medication because I prefer to try natural remedies first. Now that I have a place to start, natural remedies may just work. Anyone out there have any suggestions for a natural way to try to cure this?
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