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I have very oily skin. And when I press on my nose it produce white things out from nose skin. Now I got a bad habit of pressing making it comes out. Please help me to find a solution.
Hi doctor I have an issue with my oily skin. My face looks too matured and I wanna get back from that.
My forehead full of black. Even I have some black marks in my face. How can I clear it. please help me to clear this.
As per your medication I used homeopathic medicine namely ARS, sulp. 3x continuously for 3 months for white patches now what to do, will I continue the same or have to made any change.
Last 10days only I started to go for working. My face becomes black colour due to going outside. So please suggest cream for sunlight protection and for face whitening cream.
I have dark circles below my eyes from last 4-5 year Pls something for fast recovery as I am going to marry, thanks in advance.
I have an oily face and have pimples and black heads on my face and I used few creams which did not work. So what should I do further.
I found scars started appearing on my back below my neck extended till my hip. I can't fell any pain. It looks like a straight line of scar. I hope it is a skin problem.
Right up until recently, most gynecologists have shied from carrying out total laparoscopic hysterectomy (TLH) due to the technical challenges and prolonged operating times which are related to it. Instead, they have preferred to do laparoscopically assisted vaginal hysterectomy (LAVH), a comparatively inefficient three-part technique made up of a preliminary laparoscopic phase, then a vaginal phase, and, finally, another laparoscopic phase.
Now it is believed that it has the possibility being the method of choice for any great proportion of hysterectomy cases, specifically in those situations - for example once the pubic angle is narrow, the vagina small, or the uterus high and immobile - in which LAVH includes a reduced chance of success. Simultaneously, however, it is realized that wider adoption of TLH would depend about the growth and development of new tools to facilitate the colpotomy part of the operation, and on the development of a simplified technique that could reduce complications and operative time period.