Jennifer Cornell was just like any other parent—proud and overjoyed when her son, Joseph, was born. She looked forward to seeing her little boy grow up and have a safe, fun, and above all, healthy upbringing.
Unfortunately, Joseph’s life was nothing like she imagined. Her son suffered from severe eczema that spread all over his little body.
As time went on, Joseph became increasingly depressed by having to endure the painful condition. When Joseph started school, his classmates teased him and said he looked like a “burn victim.”
Jennifer became increasingly frustrated and distressed to see her little boy suffer. It pained her to see that doctors couldn’t help even though the boy woke up in bloody sheets every morning because he scratched himself so much during the night.
So in a last ditch effort, Jennifer photographed her son’s hands and contacted a specialist in the area.
Jennifer contacted Dr. Richard Aron, an allergy expert, and explained her son’s situation. Dr. Aaron said that with his help, something would happen that Jennifer had never dared could happen: the boy would get well.
Just 24 hours after Dr. Aaron started treating Joseph’s eczema, the rash started to disappear from the little boy’s skin. The change was total: not only was his skin much healthier, he became happy and regained the appetite he lost when he was depressed and dejected because of his eczema.
Thanks to the treatment by Dr. Aaron, Joseph’s nightmare was finally over.
“It’s hard to look back at these pics, but they just show how much of a miracle worker Dr Aron is,” Jennifer wrote in a post on Facebook.
Today, Joseph and his family are finally enjoying the joyful, confident, and above all, healthy life they always dreamed of.
The UK’s Nation Health Service states that “Eczema is a condition that causes the skin to become itchy, red, dry and cracked. It is a long-term (chronic) condition in most people, although it can improve over time, especially in children.”
When to contact a health care provider:
* If prescription cortisone cream or cortisone ointment doesn’t help eczema within a week
* If wounds exude from the eczema and the eczema has become infected.
* If eczema has spread to other parts of the body
* If eczema is near the eyes
* If eczema is on the legs
Please share this to let others know that there is help for those suffering from severe eczema. Little Joseph’s story is indeed a strong proof of this.
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