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Black Plague Middle Ages
Sir, black spots in other words black moles developed around 40 in thighs and hands each part 10 moles.
Individual variation: Each person is different, but some themes recur. Many fear becoming ill or otherwise unable to take care of themselves; personal independence is a highly valued quality. Some fear loss of physical attractiveness, strength, and desireablity. Even the beatles sang: "will you still need me, will you still feed me, when i'm 64?" people want to be loved and cared for, no matter what their age. ...Read more
Middle finger curbs at the upper phalanx towards the little finger.46 years old male.Psoriasis.Hay fever.
Pad of my middle finger is covered in 50+ tiny, clear flat circles. Only noticeable close up. Not painful. Appeared over last 6 months.Warts?
Warts: Possibly. Your description sounds like it's a possibility. For treatment options, there's a lot on webmd.Com or even on this site. Good luck. ...Read more
High percentage: Pingueclua are a normal response to wind, dust and uv light. They are the eyes defense in the middle years to these external forces. They have no symptoms and are usually unnoticed. Many are small enough that they can only be seen with a medical microscope. Almost all young adults have some degree of pinguecula even if not obvious in a mirror. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Well..: Smallpox ended as a result of an aggressive world wide vaccination program. Polio is essentially gone in the U.S. due to vaccination efforts, but is still a problem worldwide. Bubonic and pneumonic plague are caused by same organism. It is still exists and causes disease. No one knows for sure how the plague in the Middle Ages ended. Possibly quarantine, better hygiene, and warmer climate ...Read more
Many possibilities: Post-nasal drip, gastrointestinal reflux, smoking creating brochitis, occupational exposure to pollutants, or living in an area where environmental pollutants are high. If you don't smoke, suggest you see a primary care doctor who may refer you, if necessary, to a pulmonary specialist. ...Read more