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Michelle Sansiveri’s eczema began as a teenager with a tiny patch on her neck.

A dermatologist prescribed the now 28-year-old a low-to-medium dose topical steroid cream with just one instruction: use as needed. She would place the cream on her rash, and the eczema would go away. Then it would come back.

This happened for over 10 years – until that spot spread like an itchy wildfire across her cheeks, chest and arms. Last July, her arms grew red and raw.

Sansiveri joins a chorus of thousands who say they have topical steroid withdrawal, a new and controversial condition experts say requires more research so we can fully understand it.

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