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White spots on black skin: on the shins, thighs, arms & stomach; what's the cause & what should I do? Help please!

White spots on black skin: on the shins, thighs, arms & stomach; what's the cause & what should I do? Help please!

Tinea Versicolor: Tinea versicolor is a common yeast infection of the skin that often affects adolescents and young adults. The term versicolor refers to the fact that it causes the affected skin to change color and become either lighter or darker than surrounding skin. The only way to tell for sure is to scrape the skin and look for hyphae under the microscope. ...Read more

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I have white spots in the foldings of my thighs next to my private area on scratching them they turn brown theyre not itchy and not red ?

I have white spots in the foldings of my thighs next to my private area on scratching them they turn brown theyre not itchy and not red ?

Need to Visualize: Have a healthcare personnel look at the lesions to determine the nature of it. Your primary care provider or GYN doctor will be of great help. Be sure to get STD screening while there. ...Read more

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Hi i have really itchy white spots on my thighs with lots of bruising around them?! Any ideas?

Hi i have really itchy white spots on my thighs with lots of bruising around them?! Any ideas?

Need more info: It's hard to diagnose skin lesions without seeing them. Most skin lesions that itch are caused by allergies and/or insect bites. My best advice is to make an appointment with your family physician and have him/her examine you. ...Read more

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I m 20 yr old gal i hav fair complexion but i hav dark inner thighs n white spots on them.how do i get rid of dark skin n da spots?

I m 20 yr old gal i hav fair complexion but i hav dark inner thighs n white spots on them.how do i get rid of dark skin n da spots?

?type of fungus: You may have a common type of skin condition in the inner thigh which may be treatable. Get an evaluation and check for possible tineal (fungal) infections etc. and then once diagnosed, the proper treatment would be available. Best wishes. ...Read more