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Though I have healthy meal ,I suffering for hair loss while comb my hair or shampooing ,So Doctors please tell me how can I stop my hair fall.
I am 22 year old, I have Hairfall problem, When I Bath Many Hair Falling and My Head many Blad spot now, So what medicine I use For Stop Hairfall.
My Age 27 weight 90 height 5. 11 . hello my brother has n number of cysts on his body. And it even pains. Maybe it is cholesterol or something? please provide appropriate answer.
I have very less hair under armpits. Hair growth is very slow. I wanna increase the concentration. Help me.
I have pimples and dark spots all over my cheek. It was started when I was studying in 8th standard. At that time I used to shave even if I had no beard. I believe that it is the cause of blade allergy. Now I'm a degree student. I'm still worried about my looks. Can you help me?
I have some small pores & blackheads on my nose. I want to scrub on my nose, I want to clear my skin. please tell me gud suggestion?
I have a so much of dendraf, that's the reason so much of hair fall. please give me good suggestion for my problem.
Pus filled pimples left their dark scars on my face. Wt should hv I to do to treat them soon. please suggest.
Im 32 yrs old my hair gets fall highly and what should I do to control it and how to grow hair at bald head?
Rashes are common skin problems but shouldn't be taken casually at all. Although most rashes are mild and do not create much problem, some might turn grow to become life-threatening.
1. Stevens-Johnson syndrome (SJS) - This skin rash is the result of a severe allergic reaction to medication. The condition affects the skin and mucous membranes. Various medicines, such as nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs, anticonvulsants, penicillin, and sulphonamides might trigger this type of rash. It is characterized by painful lesions emerging in clusters.
2. Staphylococcal scalded skin syndrome (SSSS) - Mostly affecting babies and young children under the age of five, this skin disease brings on extensive blisters with red skin that looks burnt or scalded. This syndrome is caused by infection with strains of Staphylococcus bacteria.
3. Pemphigus Vulgaris (PV) - This unusual autoimmune skin condition gives rise to excruciating blisters on the skin, which often go on to the mouth, throat, nose and even genitals. The open sores from this disease often lead to infections and acute cases can even cause lung infections and lesions. This rash has no cure but is often treated with corticosteroids, antibiotics or immunosuppressants. If untreated, it can even cause death.
4. Toxic shock syndrome (TSS) - TSS is often caused by an overgrowth of Staphylococcus bacteria with the infection spreading throughout the body. Besides these bacteria, infections from surgical wounds contaminated nasal packing after nasal surgery and infections after baby birth are probable causes. This life-threatening rash generally affects teens and young adults, most of them being women. It can affect mucus membranes of mouth and eyes although there are no blisters or skin bumps. One can experience slight dizziness and high fever as well as swelling of the joints and eyelids. This skin condition often affects the liver, kidneys, the heart, and the brain.
Apart from these, there are several other types of skin infections, which can be equally discomforting and critical. Toxic epidermal necrolysis, dermatitis herpetiformis, Ehlers-Danlos Syndrome, Toxic Epidermal Necrolysis and several other nasty skin diseases are cases in point.
I am 22 years old girl. Since last few months my skin has become dry and wrinkled. What should I do?
Hello I had chickenpox 12 years ago .I have chicken pox scars and pores on my face , I have tried with many creams until date but no use ,please can anyone recommend me a cure for this scars and pores that can remove the scars and pores from chicken pox. I have oily skin ,regards .
My face skin is looking like older n black and m having black dots on my skin so what should I do to turn my face to look white and shiny.
Hello mujhe mere chehre par small pimples hai. Maathe aur dono gaal par. Mera face bahut oily hai. Summer me aisi problems jyada hoti hai. Aur mujhe pasina bhi bahut hota hai. Please mujhe acne cream aur acne talets btaiye.
Chemical peeling is a skin treatment which involves the peeling of the old skin and its replacement by a new layer of skin. It is generally done on the face, neck or arms and the process involves the application of a chemical solution over the skin in order to improve the overall appearance. The chemical peeling process is generally used to treat common skin disorders like - acne, wrinkles, scars, and such others.
The chemical peeling process is mostly used to treat skin ailments in general. Some of the most common uses of a chemical peeling are as follows:
Reducing fine lines on the face
- Curing and preventing certain types of acne
- Healing damages caused due to sun burns
- Reducing age spots, dark patches and freckles on the face
- Improving the softness and overall quality of skin
What should you keep in mind before opting for a chemical peel?
A chemical peel is a huge step towards the treatment of your skin, thus, you should always consult a dermatologist before actually opting for a chemical peeling process. It is a highly recommended measure because chemical peeling in some cases might not suit your skin. So, a complete skin diagnosis by a doctor helps to minimize the possible side effects related to the chemical peeling process. In general, this process is preferred in cases of people having a fair toned skin accompanied by a light hair growth. Before you get a chemical peel done, your doctor might just examine your medical history in order to stop certain medications that you are taking currently. Additionally, the doctor might also prescribe you certain medications, such as Retin-A, Renova, or glycolic acid to boost up the peeling process. The doctor may also prescribe antibiotics or antiviral drugs to ensure that the process is not having any side effects.
How is it actually done?
Chemical peels are usually done after a proper cleansing of the skin and then choosing the appropriate type of peel to suit your skin type. After cleansing of the skin the doctor usually applies a chemical solution such as glycolic acid, trichloroacetic acid, salicylic acid, lactic acid, or carbolic acid (phenol) - to small areas of your skin. The peeling process usually lasts for a few minutes and the chemical helps in making controlled wounds on the skin in order to damage the old skin and allow the new skin to grow.