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Change In Color Of Genitals
Medical problems: If you have liver damage or certain types of cancer, kidney failure, anemia, and other medical conditions you can have changes in your color tones. Hormone medication as well as pregnancy can cause melasma and some prescriptions can also give those side effects. Speak with your doctor about your medical condition, medication list, or diet (too many carrots) and see if you can get help with this. ...Read more
1.What is color blindness change in protein?
2..What is the change in the DNA?
3.How does the change in DNA cause the change in the protein?
Central dogma bio: There are a myriad of color blindness types that have identified genetic causes. Hence, answering these questions would be speculation at best. If you want to understand the general paradigm of translation, suggest this: http://www.csun.edu/~cmalone/pdf360/Ch14-1gen%20code.pdf ...Read more
Heredity: Vaginal lips vary from a pinkish color to a darkish brown in white persons and of course are much darker brown in pigmented races. This is a function of heredity and development. You cannot change this. ...Read more
Skin color: There are other pigments that contibute to skin color besides melanin. For example, people can get brownish discoloration on their lower legs from hemosiderin which results from bleeding into the skin and degradation of the hemoglobin. Liver disease can lead to jaundice which would be a yellowish color. Some medication can color the skin. ...Read more
Stool color: The stool changes colors regularly depending on diet and other factors. The only time the stool color is abnormal is if it is black or red, which can indicate active bleeding and occasionally when it is very pale in color, when it can represent blockage of the bile duct. Any other color is just a variant of normal. Hope that helps. ...Read more
They can. : Vitamin B12 (or multivitamins containing b12) can turn the urine a deep yellow, or even orange color depending on your hydration status. This is normal and simply represents excess of this vitamin being excreted into the urine. It should not change the turbidity (cloudiness) or odor of the urine, and should not cause any pain or discomfort. ...Read more
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I have 4 splotches [0.5"diameter] that are the color of a mole or "beauty mark" on my upper abdomen. Are changes in shape/size because of weight loss normal?
Have them examined: Any spots or lesions changing in size, shape, color, irritability (itching, stinging, etc) may indicate the site is becoming active. Should be examined by you doctor or dermatologist to get recommendation. Removal and testing may be indicated to find out what the changes might be. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Stool: Antibiotics may affect the color and character of stools because not only do they affect the "bad" bacteria the doctor may be treating you for, it also affects the "good" bacteria that are residents in our gastrointestinal system. This may change the make up of those bacteria and lead to different digestion patterns, causing changes in stool. ...Read more
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