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Hello my name is sachin and I am from lucknow Doctor I have a problem for white hair can I do laser operation for this.
Sir I am 25 years old. I have hair falling and dust in my hair. How to maintain my hair fall and dust. What shampoo I can use. I am using dove shampoo. Pls advice me sir.
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I am loosing mine hair due to using shampoos or any precautions please can you help me any way or usge of oil. Can you please giv me any suggestions?
I am suffering from continuous hair loss. Due to which my hair is getting thinner. What should I do? Also are there any ways to increase thickness of my hair?
I have skin problems in my face the symptoms is dark circles and blackheads can you suggest me something plz.
Wearing cap or helmet of a person who is having a problem of hair fall, will also bring that in me if I wear it?
Hi doctor! I went to see a skin specialist for a fungal infection. She mentioned its kind of jock itch (tinea cruris) She prescribed me with Luliconazole 1% topical cream for application. I am pregnant and is this pregnancy safe? Also, she prescribed me with MOIZ LMF 48 for bad dry skin (due to climate). Is this also pregnancy safe? If not, what are the safe alternatives I can opt for to clear the fungal infection and dry skin? Thank you for your time.
The most common form of leishmaniasis, cutaneous leishmaniasis is generally identified as a parasitic disease caused by the bite of infected sand flies and is responsible for causing skin sores. These skin sores vary in size and appearance and are susceptible to changes over time. They have often been described as miniature volcanoes, having slightly elevated edges with a central crater, and at times covered by a scab. Occasionally, swollen glands can appear in and around the sores, and may or may not be painful.
Causes of cutaneous leishmaniasis include:
- Cutaneous leishmaniasis can be easily spread by the mere bite of certain types of phlebotomine sand flies. Initially, sand flies get infected when they bite an infected animal; say a rodent or a dog, or even another person already suffering from it. They then act as a vector agent and carry the virus around with them. If they happen to bite you, you will discover the growth of these volcanic skin sores gradually, if not immediately.
- Cutaneous leishmaniasis can also be spread via blood transfusions or through the use of contaminated needles.
- Occasionally, though very rarely, cutaneous leishmaniasis can also be spread from a pregnant mother to her newborn baby.
Cutaneous leishmaniasis can be treated in various ways. Some effective methods of treatment may include:
- Local heat therapy (most suitably at around 40 degrees celsius)
- Several topical paromomycin preparations
- Certain types of sodium preparations
- Antibiotic therapy
If you wish to discuss about any specific problem, you can consult a dermatologist.