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Hi I am 28 year old male. I am suffering from melasma on my face. before 3 years I used many triple combination cream after that I did consult a dermatologist he prescribed skin lightening cream like black and kromalite and I tablet OD of tranexamic acid 500 mg for 6 months. I take complete treatment but I did not seen effective results but yes little bit benefit done. Please suggest me effect treatment about it.
Hello Dr. m suffering from dark circles under eyes can these circles cure in life is there any effective treatment for these eye circles pls help if there is no treatment then any tips to hide them. Thank you.
My neck is darkening day by day what should I do I use to rub by soap daily but its not working. There is dark ring formation.
A big lot of people suffer form boils and pimples, unfortunately I am one of them, I am under 21 boy, I understand and agree to the myth that these boils are natural in this age. But pain is to cure, there must be a way to control, good diet is one of them, exercise and retenoids are one another. Ive been using products like anything. Benezoyl peroxide, aha, salcylic acid and neem. What I personally believe is, the more I go in deep the more I get pimples, in my case, I have white headed pustules. I have so much oil production on my face, especially around nose. What I think might be the reason is dead skin cells, since I have lot of oil glands and dead skin cells block them, they become these. But for that I have also use glycolic acid to remove layers, though the concentration in only 10% but I thought it okay, but its kind hard for me now to stop this, I mean I controlled this enough, I popped them, yes I did. The only reason is we cannot have them on our face and feel embarrassed. We have to. Just a point to add, I have skin face flushing my question is to only experienced. What should I do or rather try. I if I found your idea good i'll definetely meet in personal.
Ever heard of that phrase “I can taste bile at the back of my mouth”? It is generally used to express disgust. However, in medical parlance, ‘bile’, the English synonym for disgust, plays an important role in the digestive system. It helps in the digestion of fats (breaks the fats down to smaller particles) and contains the waste products of the blood. Bile is secreted from the gallbladder which is a small organ (sac-shaped) present below the liver.
Gallbladder surgery is carried out to treat gallbladder related problems such as gallbladder stones. Presence of gallstones in the gallbladder can hamper bile production. The symptoms that you may experience include feeling unwell and fatigued, the color of the skin turning yellow and an intense tummy ache. The first method of treatment for gallstones is to dissolve them with the help of natural means. However, if this does not work, then gallbladder surgery is done.
A pre-surgery assessment is carried out by the doctor a few weeks prior to the surgery. A general health check and blood tests are carried out to determine the procedure of the surgery. Your concerns regarding the surgery are addressed by the doctor; he/she also advises you on how to prepare for your surgery.
Gallbladder surgery can be performed in two ways; an open surgery or a laparoscopic surgery. The type of surgery you will undergo will depend on your tests.
- Laparoscopic surgery: In this procedure, an incision is made on the belly button (naval region). Following this, two or three other incisions are made on the right side of the stomach. Carbon dioxide is then pumped into the stomach to make the abdomen inflated and a laparoscope is then inserted to see the insides of the abdomen. Through the other incisions, surgical instruments are inserted to remove the gallbladder. Once the removal procedure is completed, the carbon dioxide is pumped out and the incisions are closed.
- Open surgery: In an open surgery, a larger incision (as compared to laparoscopic surgery) is made in the abdomen, right below the ribs. The gallbladder is removed using surgical instruments and then the incision is closed.
- Post-surgery: In case of laparoscopic surgery, the recovery period is shorter; around two weeks. An open surgery, on the other hand, requires a longer recovery period of 6-8 weeks. You can live a normal life without the gallbladder, as the bile will then directly travel to the digestive system. Mild symptoms of diarrhea and bloating may be experienced. However, they should be temporary and subside within a few days.
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