Hi Rajesh Kanna, Epidermolysis bullosa (EB) is a group of connective tissue disorders that causes skin to be fragile and blister and tear easily. Most types of epidermolysis bullosa are inherited. The condition usually shows up in infancy or early childhood. Some people don’t develop signs and symptoms until adolescence or early adulthood. Blisters and sores occur when clothing rubs on skin or when the skin is bumped. Mild cases of the disease usually cause painful blisters on the hands, elbows, knees, and feet. Severe EB often affects the whole body, and some complications, such as infection, feeding difficulties, and loss of nutrients through the skin, can be fatal. Some type of EB occurs in an estimated 1 out of every 50,000 live births. The disorder occurs in every racial and ethnic group throughout the world and affects both sexes equally. In some cases, it’s possible to test an unborn baby for EB after the 11th week of pregnancy. Prenatal tests include amniocentesis and chorionic villus sampling. Homoeopathy treatment should consequently be directed towards the patient presenting with a nosologically tagging or a diagnosis. This is the only way to a sure shot cure. Please call on +918885920000, for more details about Homoeopathic medicines and for online consultation. “There is no better time than now to start living healthy today”. Stay Healthy with one of the “Best Homoeopathic treatments” @ Dr. AnkiReddy’s clinic.