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Pimples on my face, oily skin, skin complexion turning dark day by day. Suggest some home remedies or medicine pls help me out. Thank you in advance.
Earlier my skin is pinky white bt now due to staying away from home my skin become upto 8-10 shades darker please help me to give easy solutions for this I really want my white complexion back without worrying or damaging skin.
Sir My name is Abdul Hakim I'm from Hyderabad My hair is falling day by day Can I use Evion 400 Capsule for it. Can it help me in growing my hair.
I m 22 years old male. I have sensitive & oily skin. Being used different cosmetic product, bad small whole has been on my face. Now I m using eraser anti marks cream. What should I do?
I am 25 yrs old and I have have hair loss problem. I am male and my tsh is 5.5 and ferratin level is 45.
Hi sir i am 24 years old. I have been suffering from pimples last 8 years. And now its create black spots on face. My face show very ugly I consult many doctors they gave medicine I am using but no result. I have asthma from my childhood its effect on my face I doubt please give me good suggestion thank you sir.
I have had dandruff issues from the childhood. When I was a kid I used to shave my head to get rid of it. But now since I am working I cannot shave my head. I was never able to get rid of dandruff. I tried all medical and natural remedies. Now from last few years I have been loosing hair. I used to have thick hair but now I have thin hair. I have been loosing hair at a really alarming pace. My scalp is really dry. Please help me out if you can.
I am 25 years female I am having acne tried several remedies for it but acne still remains. Apart from that I get frequently head ache.
I do feel I have lot of hair recently. Because I can now see my scalp when I look in the mirror. Also recently I have been following unhealthy eating habits like nit eating in and also very late. So could that be the reason. Also how do I cope with this, like natural remedies and I must eat and avoid.
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Hi sir/madam, I am 23 years old guy. I have problem of skin tanning. Along with this I still face acne type problem on back side & skin at thighs and butt is dark while I am fair?
What are warts?
Warts are noncancerous skin growths caused by the human papillomavirus. Warts are more common in children than adults, although they can develop at any age. Warts can spread to other parts of the body and to other people. There are many different types of warts, due to many different papillomavirus types (more than 100). Warts aren't painful, except when located on the feet. Most warts go away, without treatment, over an extended period of time.
Common types of warts:
The following are the more common types of warts:
- Common warts. Growths around nails and the back of hands. These usually have a rough surface and are grayish-yellow or brown in color.
- Hand and foot warts. Located on the soles of feet (plantar warts) or the palms of the hand (palmar warts) with black dots (clotted blood vessels that once fed them). These clusters of plantar warts are called mosaic. These warts may be painful.
- Flat warts. Small, smooth growths that grow in groups up to 100 at a time. Most often appear on children's faces.
- Genital warts. These warts grow on the genitals. They are occasionally sexually transmitted. Unlike other common warts, they are soft and don't have a rough surface.
- Filiform warts. Small, long, narrow growths that usually appear on eyelids, face, or neck.
- Plantar Warts - This condition occurs when a virus enters the body through cuts or breaks in the skin and causes non-cancerous growths to build up on the soles of the feet. Plantar warts are not dangerous, but they can be painful and resistant to treatment.
Treatment for warts:
Specific treatment for warts will be decided by your child's health care provider based on:
- Your child's age, overall health, and medical history
- Extent of the growths
- Your child's tolerance for specific medicines, procedures, or therapies
- Expectations for the course of the growths
- Your opinion or preference
Warts in children often disappear without treatment. Treatment of warts depends on several factors, including:
- Length of time on the skin
Treatment may include:
- Application of salicylic and lactic acid (to soften the infected area). It is available over-the-counter.
- Freezing with liquid nitrogen
- Electrodesiccation (using an electrical current to destroy the wart)
- Laser surgery
- Cantharadin by itself or in combination with salicylic acid and podophylin
- Intralesional injection of candida