What is adult eczema?
Adults can develop many different types of eczema. Within this section, you’ll find information about adult atopic dermatitis (AD). This type of eczema usually begins by 5 years of age. It may go away during childhood, but it’s also possible to have AD as adult. A few people develop AD when they’re an adult.
Is atopic dermatitis contagious? No
Eczema, also known as atopic dermatitis (AD), is a common childhood disease. When adults get AD, it affects the skin differently. Here’s what to look for.
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