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Posted 30 Mar 2017 by • 2 answers
My five year old is going to start using this tonight and I was just wondering if it burns when you apply it. He cries when we apply steroid creams and I was just wondering if this is any better or worse. Thanks!
Posted 4 Dec 2017 by • 0 answers
My skin condition may be linked to leaky gut. When I am good an eating a low glycemic, no wheat diet my eczema is almost nil. But, when I cheat it acts up. Would be interested if other have tried to heal their digestive system in addition to eucrisa.
Posted 29 Nov 2017 by • 0 answers
My three-year-old has extremely severe eczema and the doctor prescribe this stuff to her. Medicaid does not cover any of the cost and I do not have $500 to purchase it and before I try to borrow the money from someone, I would like to know if it's going to burn her skin to the point where I ...
Posted 24 Oct 2017 by • 0 answers
I stopped using it for a couple of days and it all comes back.
Is there any way my doctor can obtain a sample of Eucrisa? Also is there assistance to offset costs?
Posted 23 Aug 2017 by • 0 answers
I have had eczema for many years (over 35 years) and have used multiple medications with no real success including topical steroid ointments, steroid shots, Medrol packs, etc. and am desperate to find something that will provide relief. I am 62 years old, on disability and have Medicare which does ...
Posted 15 Aug 2017 by • 0 answers
Posted 2 Jan 2017 by • 1 answer
Hi, Crisaborole (Eucrisa) is a recently approved topical treatment for eczema. Does anyone know whether it has come onto the market and is now actually available on prescription ? Thanks for any advice.
Posted 8 Feb 2017 • 1 answerFAQ by Drugs.com
Posted 10 Mar 2017 by • 0 answers
My 4 years old daugther is 2 weeks with Eucrisa and her skin went dark. Itch is still the same so she can not sleep well more than 4 hours. Hot weather is the biggest problem.
Posted 22 Feb 2017 by • 0 answers
I hear it is very costly. The studies I have read say it's quite effective. My daughter uses Epiceram, a non steroid Rx cermacide emulsion cream, it costs $65.00 for the 225g pump. We use it 2x a day and it last 4-5 weeks. It won't clear moderate flares like a topical steroid will do. ...
Posted 17 Feb 2017 by • 0 answers
... get an auth for my isn co. Shouldn't the drug reps be sharing this? This is the first medication indicated for eczema made in the last 10 years. It is exciting to not have steroids as an only option.