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Circles On Face
Getting rid of mole on face with apple cider vinegar was scab now a red circle on face. How to get rid of circle?
Not sure but...: Given that using apple cider vinegar to get rid of a mole is not a standard recommended medical treatment (even though to my surprise it's reported to often help) I have no information to definitively answer your question. Often there is redness after a scab comes off. It will probably get better on it's own, but my favorite treatment for skin irritation/inflammation is calendula cream/ointment. ...Read more
Maybe ringworm: It is difficult to tell from the limited information available in your question, but I suspect a ringworm--similar to one in the picture here. Try otc Lamisil (terbinafine) or itraconazole cream 2-3x for 2-3 wks. If not resolved by then, consult doc for eval for accurate diagnosis. Best of luck to you. ...Read more
I stood up I got dizzy couldn't see straight was walking around in a circle and my face was vibrating.
Doctor can evaluate: A person who feels persistently dizzy, whether it is a lightheadedness where the room looks dimmed, or it is a situation where the room is spinning, should be evaluated by his primary care doctor to see what is going on. The doctor may refer to an ENT doctor if an inner ear balance organ problem is suspected. Sometimes, the problem is not having enough blood go to the head, such as in dehydration. ...Read more
I had an IPL treatment on Friday and I have dark circles on my face and chest. They seem superficial on my face and there is no pain associated with?
This is normal: Superficial darkening after IPL is normal and is called peppering. It will resolve over the next week. ...Read more
Dark circles:age/fat: Dark circles under eyes can be due to aging changes, genetic skin predispositions of fat pad migration. Lack of sleep, stress, history of rubbing eyes can make it worse. If there is swelling, ask your md to be sure your kidney function is normal. Avoid excessive salt in take as it can make swelling under eyes more noticeable from pure water retention. See eyemd if nothing helps and want to remove. ...Read more
Is there a way to tell whether the small red/circles on your face caused by alcohol are liver spots or just a zit?
The dermatologist would be best to check your lesions. Facial change from alcohol is in the form of a flush cheek and nose, small spider like blood vessels may appear as we,
Liver spots are often form sun exposure they are present and should be checked. Often round brown flat areas with smoothed edges. Zits will come and go but still se a derm if worried ...Read more
I woke up this morning with swollen lips, eyes and nose, swollen genitals, and flat, itchy red circles on my face and body. What could it be?
Sir my skin was fair and glowing earlier but now it I have dark circles dull and unclear face. My face has not become much dark but it is dull and unc?
Hard to say?: Without a picture or an exam, I don't believe anyone can tell you. Repharase your quesition and give more information. Age would ben nice to know. Any trauma. Since birth? Do your relatives look the same? Interesting question but just can't answer based on your limited question. Sorry! That is my flat-out answer! ...Read more
Fillers, weight gain: Loss of facial volume is common in patients with weight loss, malignancy, chronic diseases like hiv. This wasted appearance can be improved by techniques to increase the volume. Weight gain with increase calorie intake. Fat transfer with fat grafts from the abdomen to the face. Facial fillers with strategic volume replacement. Physician review is necessary to make educated recommendations. ...Read more
An Interested Smile: I suspect this is not what you're looking for - but, it's what I got. We find a look of interest on another's face very attractive. We like animals more if they can show interest. A gentle smile is universally welcomed. There are products galore and procedures too that change actual features some degree - but my suggestions are safe and free. ...Read more
Lopsided Face: As this always the case, or have you suddenly developed a "drooping" visage? You may have always had asymmetry, and many people do - including some very famous people, like winston churchill there is a congenital condition known as "hemifacial microsomia, " which is the same thing. On the other hand, if this seemed to have developed obpvernight, you need to deck in with your doctor and I discuss it. ...Read more
Tell us about it.: We would need to more information about your headache to help you determine a cause and treatment. Migraine? Sinus? Tension? Cluster? There are several types of headache, and they have different treatments and garner different levels of concern. How about a consult with one of us? We'd be happy to try to help. ...Read more
Nondiagnostic: Your information is inadequate to make a diagnosis. More information about the pain is needed. Location, swelling, type of pain, any discoloration, dental issues, etc. Neuralgia, temporomandibular joint dysfunction, abcessed tooth, bone disease are all possibilities. Your MD will take a history, examine you and order any appropriate tests in order to make a diagnosis. ...Read more
Gentle Soap: I recommend using a gentle soap (and warm water) such as Unscented Dove or Eucerin. Cleanse twice each day. Rinse with cool water. If you have particularly oily skin use an astringent 1-2 times/day to wipe oil away as well. Also avoid touching your face unless you have washed your hands to avoid clogging pores. ...Read more
Skin, fat, bone, etc: Alterations in shape of skin, fat, muscle, bone, cartilage and other tissues as well as tumors can all be causes of facial asymmetry, diagnostic imaging is often required. Many options for treatment are available depending on the underlying cause. See a plastic surgeon, ENT or dermatologist for an initial evaluation. ...Read more
Protective secretion: Skin may become oily for a number of reasons. It has many small glands used to provide a thin covering of oil-like secretions often accumulated from proteins in the skin. This protects the skin from dehydration, bacteria and other elements. Depending on diet, health and genetics your skin may release more or less oil than the next person. ...Read more
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