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Hi I am 22 yers old. I am having initial stage of hair loss. My hair line reversing. I heard lot about propecia 1 mg tablet. I don't have any health issue. Can I take this medication? Is there any problem by taking this? Any side effects?
I am 16+ sir I have bono problem on my face. Firstly I use homeopathic medicine but it take tooo much time so I live it now I am now I am not using any homeopathic medicine. Then I used one medicine which was suggested by chemist" CLOPCLIP-B" Mai medicine use kar rah hu but pimples bono sa taiyar ho jata haivwapas sa sir help me.
I am a girl of age 23 having irritation all over my body by the time I start scratching that area and it turns to be a scratch come wound.
Continuously I am losing my hairs please give me some tips as I can grow hairs on my forehead and make my hairs strong and get back the loss hairs.
I am (21) using some fairness cream. And I improved my skin colour, will it affect by long term use. If there is no problem can I continue it, and I too using it only thrice a week.
I am losing my hair very rapidly I try many shampoos and hair oil and different type of medical treatment but Else no effects can you help me.
I am getting blisters on my leg, they are filling up. There are quite a few on the legs. I am 55 years old, male. I have had a hip replacement fine in May 2015. The blisters are forming on the same leg.
Hi, hope you are doing great ! My name is harsha. 28 year old guy from Bangalore. I had few pimples and oily skin during teen age. Now those pimples are no more and skin looks clearer. But the pimple marks are still visible. Let me know any remedy to at least reduce those deep pore marks.
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One of the doctors replied me serums are the best to give a healthy fairer skin. Then which is the best one for face? I am a boy 22 age. I have normal to oily skin. Which serum can improve my complexion and fairness with minimum side effects?
Sir I am vishal my problem is in my face pimple is growing day by day tell any treatment to stop this pimple.
Corns and calluses are areas of stumpy skin caused by friction or pressure. They usually hurt when you wear shoes or walk.
Calluses generally develop on your feet or hands, and most of the time, don’t require treatment.
Corns have a hard or soft inner core. Soft corns are mostly found between the toes, while hard corns form on the top of the toes. Corns that are caused by ill-fitting shoes often reduce on wearing the right shoes.
Repeated friction or pressure causes corns and calluses on areas of skin. The pressure leads to the death of the skin, which develops a protective, hard surface. Soft corns develop in a similar fashion. Corns and calluses are not formed due to viruses and are not harmful. They can be formed due to:
Regular usage of any object that puts strain on the hands, such as sports equipment (badminton racquet) or tools (hammer or gardening hoe), usually leads to calluses on the hands.
Pressure from wearing the wrong footwear usually leads to corns and calluses on the feet. Calluses can also form by walking barefoot.
Abnormal structures on the foot, such as hammertoe or bone spurs, can cause calluses and corns.
Repeated pressure from playing certain sports can also cause calluses on the feet.
Corns and calluses on the feet are easy to spot. A callus is thick, hard and dry, and may appear yellowish or grey in colour. When touched, it will feel bumpy and more insensitive than the skin around it. A hard corn is thick and firm, while soft corns look like an exposed sore. The hard corn may have a grey centre with a light yellow ring around it.
Corns and calluses don’t hurt, but it does become painful when you are wearing shoes or walking. Fitting your feet into shoes gets more difficult due to them. Touching or squeezing the corn or callus can also be painful.
Corns and calluses don’t require treatment normally, but if they hurt, here’s what you can do:
Wearing well-fitting shoes that are roomy with deep and wide toe boxes (the area covering the toe).
Protective paddings, such as moleskin, toe separator, toe sleeves, etc., can alleviate pain.
Soaking the corn or callus in hot water, and then gently wear down the dead skin by using a pumice stone.
- Salicylic acid can be used to soften the corn or callus.