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Hi, I am 37 Years old and there are some dry patches on my face for almost 10 years. I use Quadriderm which gives me relief for a week -10 days, but again it reoccurs. Kindly advise.
Hello doctor for my mouth ulcers , I am waiting to get an response from you, please suggest me a gel which I can use, I am using dologel and dentogel but it only makes num for some time and again pain starts , give me a gel name which is really very effective and very good.
I have a lot of itching on my Testicle. Used many cream to get rid of it but nothing work out. Tried itch guard also but even it doesn't help. My skin of Testicle is very dry. please suggest me some ointment.
What is Influenza disease and virus? What is the external symptoms of influenza disease and how it controls?
Sir, I am 20 years of age I am suffering from cold from last night, and cos of cold there is mild fever and weakness in my body. Please suggest me good medicine and treatment for this.
I am 25 year old and always I feel tired in morning and last 3 week my stomach aslo paining so wht to do suggest me.
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