Eczema treatment
Eczema treatment
Ages 18-64
Visit type
This is right for you if
You’ve been diagnosed with eczema
You’re not oozing pus or bleeding from the affected area
You’re not experiencing more pain, swelling, or redness than usual
You don’t have eczema on your eyelid or around your eyes
You’re not pregnant
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What's included

Personalized treatment plans may include a prescription for anti-inflammatory medication to help control eczema. Your clinician may also recommend over-the-counter treatments and self-care strategies. Your clinician won’t prescribe oral steroids. You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.

If you need treatment for an additional health condition, you’ll need to start a separate visit.
Commonly prescribed medications*
  • Desonide
  • Triamcinolone
Your clinician won’t prescribe oral steroids.
*Note: You can fill prescriptions at any pharmacy. Links are for informational purposes only.
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This chart is for informational purposes only. Your clinician will determine treatment plans, prescriptions, and number of refills (if any) based on your symptoms and health history. Refill estimates are based on a 30-day supply of medication.
SteadyMD and HealthTap have licensed clinicians (like MDs, DOs, and NPs). At SteadyMD, the typical number of refills per visit is 1. At HealthTap, the typical number of refills per visit is 2. SteadyMD won't prescribe high-potency steroids like clobetasol, betamethasone, fluocinonid, and halobetasol. Business hours for SteadyMD are 10 AM to 12 AM ET, 7 days a week. Business hours for HealthTap are 8 AM to 10 PM ET, 7 days a week. Responses outside these hours may be delayed.

What you’ll need

A prior diagnosis of eczema by a licensed healthcare provider
5-10 minutes to answer questions about your symptoms and health history
A smartphone camera or webcam if you need to share photos of your symptoms
A photo ID, like a driver's license or passport, if your clinician needs to verify your identity

How it works

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Answer some questions
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Clinician reviews your info
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Get treatment plan
You can message your clinician with follow-up questions for 14 days after you get your treatment plan.
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You should know
Based on your health information, your clinician may recommend that you see a healthcare provider in person. If that happens, you’ll still be charged for your visit. Amazon Clinic doesn’t accept insurance at this time, and isn’t intended for beneficiaries of government payor programs, including Medicare and Medicaid.

Frequently asked questions

What medications can I get?
Your clinician may prescribe topical corticosteroids like triamcinolone or non-steroidal immunomodulating agents like tacrolimus (Protopic). They may also recommend over-the-counter medications. If you're having symptoms at night, your clinician may prescribe an oral anithistamine to help reduce itchiness. The exact dose and formulation of the medication will depend on the severity of your symptoms.

Please note: This information is for general reference only. Your clinician will review your symptoms and health history to determine which (if any) treatments are medically necessary.
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