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I am 42 years old male. Last week, my BP shoot up 150/90 in second time (first time shootup BP150/100 before four years back but did not took medicine and after excise my BP was normal 120/80). Dr. advice me test, In report my Uric Acid Serum level was 7.84 and Total Cholesterol level 263, Triglycerides 184, HDL 57, VLDL 37, LDL 169 and CRP (HS) 4.2. Other KFT, LFT, Lipo protein (a), Calcium, phosphorus, ECO and Hemograme are normal. Dr. advice me table TONACT 10 mg for cholesterol for 3 months and cardace h 2.5. What should I do for control BP and cholesterol?/
I have a problem with hair fall and I am badly suffering with it. The skin of the hair also have much dandruff.
I stepped in a hole this morning and twisted my big toe I’m not sure if I dislocated it or just sprained it. It’s swollen and pretty bruised should I go to the doctor or what?
Atorlip-f tablet is prescribed for me to maintain lipid level. Control chlostral. But another doctor wants to stop the dosage completely for three months since my lipids are andar control now is it ok to stop the medicine for 3 months? What are the side effects of atorlip-f .i don't have any heart problem .
Am 25 years female, I have peri oral pigmentation and lot of acne scars on my face can you please advise better external application creams with out steroids.
Hello sir, I have constipation problem. What could I do. Eventhough I m drinking 3-4lit water per day.
A mole, sometimes known as a birthmark, is a non-cancerous disorder of pigmented skin cells. They can vary in color and shade and by and large, can be medium to dark brown, sometimes they can be skin-colored or black too. Most of them are regular in shape, flat to moderately even as well. Sometimes, they appear to be slightly raised above the skin, are delicate to touch and lighter in shade. Also, they may or may not cause any kind of pain.
You need to get your moles checked at least once in every three months, because of the following reasons:
In case you have noticed the growth of new moles or have a family history with medical background marked by melanoma.
You need to watch out for moles that do not look like your other moles specifically. Dysplastic moles are the ones that look different from the normal ones and may lead to melanoma. In case you have different dysplastic moles, you are in serious danger of getting melanoma.
In case you have any moles that are bigger than the others and are smudgy or have unpredictable edges, which are uneven in shading or have some pinkness, you need to see a specialist and get them checked. Also, if you notice a change in the color or shade or it gets itchy, agonizingly painful or begins to bleed, it can be a sign of something serious. Thus you must visit a specialist immediately.
Although, most of them are non-cancerous and not that dangerous. However, there are some types that can convert into lumps and can be cancerous in nature. Although the chance of something like that happening is very rare, still it is a possibility.
In case you notice a liquid discharge or pus formation in the mole, you must consult a doctor immediately.
Being proactive about your well-being is the best way to avoid serious health conditions and you must look out for moles that can be risky as they are connected to skin cancer. Self-diagnose and examine your skin in front of a mirror. Give careful consideration to the zones of your skin that are frequently exposed to the sun, for example, the hands, arms, abdomen, face and head. Along with limiting your exposure to sunlight and utilizing sunscreens, inspecting yourself for moles can help with early detection of melanoma (the deadliest kind of skin tumor) and hence, get treated for the same. In case you have a concern or query you can always consult an expert & get answers to your questions!