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I am 25 years old. I have skin allergy. What should I do for treatment of my skin allergy. I am waiting for your reply as soon as possible. Thanks I advance.
M having patches im my head. Hair loss is also too much. doctor said its alopecia doses. Bt those patches are getting bigger nd bigger day by day what should I do Should I goto allopathy treatment. Is their any diet to be followed. I do smoke a lot a packet a day.
I have so many black spots on my face. What should I do? I have too much hair also, what shall I do? Please advice.
Have you been noticing bumps on your skin surface? Does the top of this growth resemble a cauliflower and feel bumpy or smooth when you touch it? These are the symptoms of a disease known as warts, which is caused by HPV or human papillomavirus. Generally, warts are not very dangerous, but they are ugly, contagious and may cause pain as well. Warts may be caused by more than 100 types of HPV viruses. A certain type of HPV causes warts around the genitals. In women, these are called genital warts and it is a severe disease.
All warts do not require treatment and disappear on their own. This is because over time, the body’s immune system can destroy the HPV virus which causes warts. A wart needs to be treated when it is painful, embarrassing, gets irritating easily, spreads to other parts of the body or spreads to other people. The goal of the treatment is to eliminate or remove the wart, avoiding a scar tissue. Creating a scar tissue would cause more pain than the wart. The treatment of warts depends upon the type, location and specific symptoms of the disease.
Warts can be treated at home using salicylic acid and duct tape. Most warts do not require treatment, but in case the symptoms worsen and do not go away on their own, you require proper care.
The medical treatment for warts prescribed by a doctor includes the following:
- Certain medicated creams and ointments
- Surgical methods such as electrosurgery or laser surgery
- Chemical peels with certain acids
- Excision or cutting of the warts
Before going for a treatment, it is important to detect the exact type of wart. Treatment for some types of warts may be quite painful with the chances of a scar tissue. Warts which lie beneath the skin are difficult to treat and the doctor might need to make an incision on the skin over the wart to let the medicine penetrate through it.
An HPV vaccine can be taken to protect men and women from the common warts caused by HPV viruses. This vaccine can be taken up to the age of 26. The vaccine should be taken before getting sexually active and is more effective when taken before being exposed to the HPV virus. In order to prevent transmission of the HPV virus, having protected sex is recommended. In case of any severe symptoms of warts, you must consult a doctor immediately.
Hi, I am working in mnc company working on system for more than 10 hours a day. Now I can notice the dark circles and my face becoming dark. Can you tell me what I have to do now?
I had fungal infection before 1 year my doctor had proffered me itraconazole capsules it had repaired the infected part but infected part left dark spots which sometimes become red and starts itching for 1-2 hours what should I do for perfect removal of dark spots?
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