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I have dark patch on my waist. Can you suggest some medicines to remove it. There is not any itching or irritation. It came long ago, I think due to the wearing of dress. Could you please help me with it please?
I am a student I'm totally tensed about my exams due to that there is a hair fall. Due to this hair fall I'm totally dippresed. Please help me.
I am 21 years old. I am suffering from hair loss. what diet I should follow to get rid of my hair loss? Please help me.
I Am 21 years old female. I have excess hair growth on face please help me what should I do. I have searched a lot but I am unable to find any solution to the problem. I have regular periods but sometimes delayed. My weight is 80 kg and height 5" 8 and sometimes experience sudden weight increase.
I am 25 years old , I am male. I have hair losing problem more than 6 years to started. I have very soft hair. Lots of hair oil ayurvedic medicine I take . But it is not effective. What is the best treatment for solve the problem?
Im 21 years old male nd have mecheta or pigmentation typs prblm in my face .like day by day my neck area, corner of lip. Etc looks to be darker than other body part. I have also scar of my face. Plzz sir tell me wht should I do at this situation?
I'm a 30-year-old male. And I have lost most of hair but I'm not bald. I prefer for gateway beaumond hair fixing. What is your opinion.
I lost my hair long back. I m 32 now. I usually use godrej soap to head. I just want to remove dust sweat from my head. Someone said soap makes hair fall more. I want to know is there anything which removes dust swet from head. Liquid cream soap. ayurvedic or english anything is fine. But no side effect. Suggest me.
I am feeling itching, blurring, discomforts in eyes. This problem was not before I shifted to Mumbai 2 month agoi am feeling this suddenly what can I do.
I am 20 years old but till now I am not getting full beard. It is patchy on chin. I have taken biotin tablets for 60 days but till their is no result. How can I get full beard with short interval of time?
I am a construction engineer and most of my time I am at site. Due to this my exposed body parts have tanned and there are dark patches on my forehead. Kindly suggest me something which I should do to clean previous marks and avoid anymore in future.
Sir/Ma'am, My eyes has become sunken and there are dark circles around my eyes. How to cure it naturally and to prevent it from getting worse? please help.
Hello doctor what is the permanent solution for dandruff and itching please suggest any best medicine for this.
Folate deficiency - patients with severe psoriasis have a risk of developing folate deficiency. Folate is a B vitamin that is vital for proper nerve function; it also prevents birth defects. Folate also prevents high levels of homocysteine, which increase the risk of heart disease.
Heart problems, obesity and diabetes - a higher percentage of individuals with psoriasis develop heart problems, diabetes and/or obesity. Experts do not know whether there is a genetic link between these conditions and psoriasis. People with moderate-severe psoriasis, ideally should be tested for these conditions. Experts from UC Davis explained in Archives of Dermatology that fat cells in patients with psoriasis secrete cytokines that raise insulin resistance in the liver and muscle, which initiates the destruction of the insulin-producing beta cells in the pancreas.
Bad body temperature regulation - patients with erythrodermic psoriasis may have abnormalities in the body’s ability to control temperature.
Zumbusch psoriasis - this is a combination of erythrodermic and pustular psoriasis. The condition may develop suddenly. The patient may experience fever, chills, muscle weakness and weight loss. Sometimes there may be an over-accumulation of fluids, protein loss, and electrolyte imbalances; in such cases the patient may need to be hospitalized until fluid, chemical balances and body temperature are normalized. Zumbusch psoriasis is especially dangerous if the patient is elderly.
Psoriatic arthritis - in the majority of cases, psoriatic arthritis symptoms are mild. However, the following complications are possible:
Arthritis mutilans - an extremely severe form of chronic rheumatoid arthritis, in which the bones are reabsorbed, resulting in the collapse of soft tissue. When the hands are affected it can cause a phenomenon called telescoping fingers; the feet may also be affected. Patients with other arthritic conditions, such as osteoarthritis or rheumatoid arthritis in the joints of the fingers have a higher risk.
Risk of developing psoriatic arthritis - it is estimated that between 10% and 20% of all patients with psoriasis develop psoriatic arthritis; in about 20% of these people the arthritis symptoms occur before the psoriasis ones.
Cancers - patients with severe psoriasis who received systemic medications (those that affect the whole body) have a higher risk of developing skin cancers and lymphomas.
Psychological and emotional consequences - living with psoriasis often has emotional and social consequences.
Patients may feel embarrassed by having visible plaques and that can lead to depression. In some cases the individual may withdraw from society.
Symptoms may become so severe that patients have to leave their jobs, further increasing the risk of psychological and emotional problems.
Several surveys have shown that a significant number of patients with psoriasis report a negative mental and physical impact that is similar to several chronic conditions, including cancer, hypertension, heart disease, depression and diabetes.
According to a national survey (USA) Psoriasis Uncovered of people with the most severe form of psoriasis:
20% say that their psoriasis contributed towards the loss of a job or resignation.
25% believe that their psoriasis has caused an intimate relationship to end.
43% said psoriasis had prevented them from making new friends.
83% expressed dissatisfaction with their current treatment.
The majority of GPs (general practitioners, primary care physicians), specialists and other health care professionals know and understand that psoriasis has an emotional and psychological impact. It is important that the patient discusses any concerns and anxiety they may have.
As I shifted to the college hostel I started to lose some hair. I used to have dense hair but now my hair is becoming thin and thin. What should I do? I tried using herbal shampoos. But nothing helped.
I have a open skin in the foot measuring 1" x 1" for two years, even after skin grafting not covered, to develop skin to get clean foot what is the remedy?
Kindler’s Syndrome is a rare skin blistering disease named after Theresa Kindler. It is a kind of skin complication which forms skin blisters and lesions on the mucous membranes. This can happen in any part of your body but mainly concentrates on the area where you have experienced any frictions, bruises or minor trauma, especially on the feet and the hands. In some rare occurrences of Kindler’s Syndrome, it can develop on the internal organs like the food pipe, stomach or the respiratory tract.
This disease generally occurs if you suffer from a disorder called autosomal recessive. It means that you may have inherited an anomalous gene from each parent. It usually happens during childhood and reduces as you age.
Some of the symptoms of Kindler syndrome are:
- Blisters occurring on the body in your infancy and periods of early childhood.
- Slowly you will observe altered pigmentation and cutaneous atrophy (A severe dermal condition).
- Blistering due to certain skin trauma appearing on the hands and feet.
- Some observe abnormalities like dental or ophthalmic
- The growth of actinic Keratoses
Kindler’s Syndrome requires a specialized dermatologist for the treatment. In some countries, diagnosis involves skin biopsy. It involves undergoing Immunofluorescence Antigen Mapping or transmission of Electron Microscopy. Blood testing of genes is slowly being developed as a diagnostic test.
Other treatments involve:
- A healthy and nutritious diet to heal the disease from within.
- Maintaining a good dental hygiene.
- Use sunscreen with a high protein formula.
- Avoid exposure to the sun as much as possible.