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    At what age does eczema usually present itself?

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    Does it mostly begin noticeable in teens? Earlier? Later?
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    Prof Rodney Sinclair

    Dermatologist (Skin Specialist)

    Professor Sinclair is a Professor of Dermatology at the University of Melbourne and Director of Sinclair Dermatology. He is past-president of the Australasian Society for … View Profile

    Eczema can begin at any age, and there are different types of eczema that affect people at different stages in their life. For newborn babies, they often start to develop eczema around six months of age, and then as children they often grow out of it around the age of three to five, only to find that it comes back again in their teens. Some people only develop eczema for their first time in their 50s and 60s or even later.

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