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I am 25 years old. And loosing hair very poorly. I fell very bad for my hair. So kindly suggest some thing that are useful for my hair.
My face and neck is darker than the rest of my body so how can I reduce my darker complexion and make it even with the rest of my body. Have tried many home remedies but nothing is working.
I am 23 yrs old still I have very little facial hai around mustache and chin please tell me how to grow full beard.
Dr. I am hvng dark circles under my eyes hw do I overcome this problem gng under inferiority complex.
Hello Doctors: For Ayurvedic Experts: Suffering from androgenic Alopecia and have become bald on the top portion of the scalp but hairs are present everywhere and thick on both sides. Does local application of ICHHABHEDI RAS on the scalp generates new hair and helps in the regrowth. Tell me the procedure how to apply. Is it safe and free from side effects and within how many months can be see the results. Kindly tell me. Thanks in advance.
Hello sir, my problem is I have pimples, black spots and small holes on my cheek I took treatment from 1 year on wards again the problem is same my face is oily so, Please help me to get rid of it.
doctor I have been suffering from viral from past 3 days. From yesterday I have a problem of itching all over my body. Please can you help me with it.
Pityriasis rosea is a medical condition concerning the skin, which when contracted causes a rash. This condition can affect people of any age but it is usually seen to occur in people between the ages of 10 and 35. Pityriasis rosea is usually harmless. Read on more to find out all about the different causes, symptoms, prevention and treatments of pityriasis rosea.
Causes: Experts are unsure about the exact reason for the cause of pityriasis rosea. It is very different from other skin diseases as it is not caused due to an allergic reaction or caused due to fungal or bacterial infections. The rash is not contagious.
- Pityriasis rosea forms a rash which begins with a single, oval or round in shape pink patch which is scaly in nature and consists of a raised border. The size of the patch varies and can vary between 2cm to 10 cm in diameter.
- After a few days of the initial infection, salmon colored patches which vary in size from 1 to 2 cm in diameter appear in clusters in the chest, arms, back and abdominal regions.
- The patches which occur in the back often form vertically in an angular fashion such that its appearance is similar to that of a fir tree.
- The affected regions can cause severe itching in almost half the people who are affected by pityriasis rosea. The rash usually is cured in a span of 6 to 8 weeks but in certain cases it can persist for several months.
Treatment: Pityriasis rosea usually does not require any treatment. It usually goes away in the time span of 6 to 8 weeks. Itching can be subdued by using certain skin lotions and lubricants. If the itching is severe, your doctor might prescribe you certain anti-inflammatory medication. Certain antiviral medications also decrease the duration of the rash if they are taken at the beginning of the infection. In some cases exposure to sunlight also cures the rash very fast, but excess exposure to the sun can also cause sunburn and increase the risk of skin cancer. If the rash persists even after 3 months, it is highly advisable to consult a doctor.