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Treat an infection: If the area is infected, your dermatologist will prescribe a medicine that you either apply to the area or take for a specific time. If your dermatologist prescribes an oral medicine (pills, tablets, etc.), it is extremely important that you take all of the medicine, even if you are feeling better or the infection seems to have cleared.
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What are the symptoms of latent syphilis? Treatments may include medicines, skin creams, light therapy, and good skin care. You can prevent some types of eczema by avoiding
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In the prospective study, the outcome of 49 children of 37 liver-transplanted mothers was analyzed (Jain 2003). Two premature babies and one child with multiple anomalies died; one newborn had a unilateral cystic kidney without urine production. In a retrospective analysis of 100 pregnancies with 68 live-born children, there were four with different malformations (Kainz 2000). Retrospective cases report premature twins of 32 weeks’ gestation. Both suffered from cardiomyopathy, of which one of them died (Vyas 1999). Among nine tacrolimus-exposed pregnancies, there were two with a small ventricular septal defect (Nagy 2003). An otherwise healthy premature baby who was exposed in utero to tacrolimus and mycophenolate mofetil demonstrated hypoplastic fingernails and short fifth fingers on both hands (Pergola 2001). There are rare case reports on the use of tacrolimus during pregnancy for other indications, such as refractory inflammatory bowel disease (Baumgart 2005).
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