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I have so much of black heads on my face and I have pimples too! So what can I do to remove them? Plzz tell me asap.
Hello Doctor, I want to ask that I have tiny black spots on my nose, it is inside the skin, can you tell me what is it and some methods to cure it. Thank you.
Hi I am 30 years old I have been following a diet which consist of eggs and chicken for 2-3 months in order to loose fat as I was overweight, and last week I had gone to a party where I ate Chinese food and after that I have been getting pain in the anus area no blood or diarrhea, I have been to a doctor he gave me medicines for 7 days and said if I do not feel okay see me after 7 days, for the first few days I had burning stools and had a scratchy anus, now I am okay but pain is still there wht should I do please suggest me to get relief from this? Thank you.
I have some skin problems within my hand fingers joints & bottom & sides of palms in both hands.Sometimes it is unbearable in the evening & night,
Sir my pennies over skin is not coming down if I try I get pain and the red colour one is very sensitive please give me an advise what to do? please give me an permanent solution sir.
I am 19 years old and my face is getting so dark since last 6 month. While my body color is fair. So tell me any thing which that I can apply and my natural face color is back.
Dear doctor, I have a pimple problem and also leaves a spot on my skin, which looks ugly. I have a oily skin. Kindly suggest me what to do to remove that spot.
I have brown marks on my face. I want to show you .but I can't find a particular. Option for this. Help me.
I have a problem that my face get mare by red spots in summer and skin gets ruptured through out the body is it any sort of allergy.
I am 26 years old female, skin of my fingers around the nails is too dark, give some home remedial treatment for this.
Sir, I have white patches on my face, ears,legs, and hands. I want to change my whole body in white. Do you have any treatment please inform me sir thank you.
There is heavy pain on anus while passing motion since 7 days. I consulted doctor and having tablet & Ointment. But there is no improvement. Yesterday I noticed little blood in my motion. Still I feel irritation in my anus. Please provide me a proper solution? Is this piles?
Does the pink skin after burn scab falls, return to normal skin tone? Burned my face with apple cider vinegar: I used apple cider vinegar on my face for 2 hours. It burned the skin and it turned dark brown. In 4-5 days the burned skin (scab) came off. But now there is a pinkish-whitish skin on my face. Will it scar permanently? Pls help me so I could remove it. It has been a week since the scab came off. I'm a female, Indian skin. (The scar is pea-sized) I'm applying aloe vera gel. Should I continue applying? Also, should I use honey on the pinkish-white skin? Does it help from scarring? Can soframycin be applied? How much time will it take to come back to my normal skin colour? Will it scar? I'm worried Pls help so I could remove it without any scars.
I have a problem in my skin i. E on my neck some pimples are there which is small but look like massage. Any medicine for that.
Melasma is a skin condition resulting into discoloured and dark patches on the skin. It also goes by the name of chloasma. It is frequently observed in pregnant women. As per the report of the American Academy of Dermatology, it is found that 90 percent of the overall cases of Melasma are found among women.
What are the symptoms?
The main symptom of this skin condition is discoloration patches that are darker than the skin colour. Mostly visible in the face, Melasma occurs in a symmetrical fashion with equal effect on either side of the face. This being said, other body areas which often get exposed to sun also runs the risk of developing Melasma. While brownish patches are visible in body parts such as chin, cheeks, forehead and nose bridge, their presence can also be felt in the forearm and the neck. Skin coloration in no way is a threat to the body, it however, can make a person self-conscious about himself.
Common causes of Melasma
The exact cause of Melasma is not known. It is estimated that people with dark skin are more prone to developing Melasma than their white skinned counterpart. At t times the progesterone and the oestrogen sensitivity of a person is also linked with this skin condition. This essentially means that hormone therapy, birth control drugs and pregnancy are all associated with Melasma. Doctors have also identified thyroid and stress to be a potential cause of Melasma. Above all the ultraviolet rays of the sun are by far the bigger threat of Melasma than any other factors.
How the condition is diagnosed?
Melasma is usually diagnosed with one visual exam. However, a doctor might perform different tests to rule out other skin condition. One popular test that is often conducted by the doctor is known as Wood’s lamp examination. This is a special light which can penetrate through skin and help a doctor identify the number of layers Melasma has infected of the skin. Furthermore, in case of any doubt, the doctor might take a sample of the affected area and send the same to the lab to rule out the possibility of cancer and other critical skin diseases.
How is Melasma treated?
If Melasma is caused due to pregnancy, it often disappears suddenly much like the way it came. No specific treatment is required. If, however, the condition refuses to heal, a doctor might prescribe topical steroids and creams to lighten the skin. If it fails, other possible avenues, such as microdermabrasion, chemical peels and dermabrasion are explored. Treatments such as these are capable of stripping the top layer of the skin and lighten the patches. However, no treatment can guarantee a non-recurrence of Melasma.