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Which cream is good for removing pigmentations on nose. There are marks on nose like hyperpigmentation.
I am 16 year old girl. I have very bad dark circles not only on lower side of my eye but also on upper side of my complete eye area. My total eye area is differently visible like a complete dark circle from rest of my face. And my colour is very fair so my face looks very horrible where my entire face is white with my eyes in whole of completely black. And in my right eye the black pigmentation has now increased from my eye to ear and day by day it is increasing and getting darker. I tried few procedures like potato papaya almond oil etc. But without any appreciable effect. Please help me doctor. My family members and friends always question as why I look like that which makes me to kill myself. I have lost every hope. Please recommend any effective treatment for it or any working or medicines which I should take from any dermatologist. Please. I shall be very thankful. After all the face holds the personality and I often become angry when anyone ask why I have dark circles! Pleaseeeee help me. :(:(:(:(:(:(
I am 24 years old male. I recently developed fungus on chest and my doctor advised me to take Syntran 100 mg for 3 weeks, twice a day along with that I apply Lulifin cream 2 times. It's the third week going and though the fungus on chest has gone but now it's developing on my face and arms. What should I do? I am also taking Sotret medicine 30 mg at night along with Syntran as I was on that medication before. Do I need to change tablets? How can I stop the fungus to spread? Also if this fungus is transferable to others? Fungus till now is white powdered substance. please help me out!
I am so slim and feel blackness. I am taking nutrigain for 1 months but never any result be shown in my health. Whats the diet or medicine should me take?
Itchy skin is a very common skin condition, which is a potential source of discomfort by forcing you to scratch your skin and cause irritation. Itchy skin is a very common condition, which happens very often among individuals. But, it can also be one of the symptoms of a larger disease. Itchiness of the skin may vary in intensity from mild to severe and it is mostly treated by anti-irritant measures that can be done by anybody at home.
Key identifiers: Itchy skin condition is mostly limited to certain areas on the skin, but it may also affect all body parts with an uncontrollable urge to scratch. Some of the additional key identifiers of the medical condition are listed below:
- Skin redness
- Bumps or patches on the skin
- Swelling or inflammation of the skin
- Cracking of the skin
- Leathery or scaly texture of the skin
Causes: Skin itching can happen due to a variety of reasons, some of the most common ones being:
Common skin conditions: The most common kinds of skin disorders like acne, eczema, etc. often lead to skin itching. Itching is mostly accompanied by other skin conditions like redness, breakouts, inflammation, and such others.
Internal diseases: Diseases related to the kidney and liver often lead to skin related disorders among which the most common one is skin itching. Additionally, itching may also happen due to serious diseases like cancer.
Nerve related disorders: Diseases that affect the nervous system, either directly or indirectly also act as a catalyst to the skin itching process. Examples of such diseases would be diabetes mellitus, pinched nerves, sclerosis and shingles.
Pregnancy: Pregnant women often experience itching on body parts like abdomen, thighs, breasts and arms.
Drugs: If you are regularly taking antibiotics or antifungal medicines, then these might have some unwanted effects of the skin among which skin itching is the most common one.