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My original medication is no longer available. I've had this since I was 13 on and off. I used to be given a pill by my dermotogist and within 7 days?
Return to derm: Since you were treated for so long contact the prescribing doctor and ask what to substitute medication. With. This is where you start ...Read more
Wart treatment: Dermatologists treat warts all over the body and podiatrists treat warts on the foot and ankle. There are numerous ways to treat them- chemically, surgically and medically. Type of wart, location and number will often dictate the best treatment needed. ...Read more
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You don't need it:
Microdermabrasion is a process by which layers of skin are removed. It may reveal the fresher, younger, newer skin, but this skin requires much more protection now than ever before.
I don't think that someone your age would benefit for microdermabrasion, quite the contrary.
Good luck from nyc. ...Read more
See your doctor: If you have a skin problem it is helpful to see your doctor and allow the physical exam with the history make a proper diagnosis. At that point you will also receive treatment and that is far better than using online help. Often in those situations they are trying to sell you something. ...Read more
Lots of ways: Get it treated! You can use the liquid nitrogen, liquid nitrous oxide (this is what I like to use), topical acids, dermal scraping. You can also try oral Cimetidine (400 mg three times a day for 12-16 weeks). This is very safe and had the side effect of getting rid of warts for many people of adult size and weight (japma november 1, 1995 vol. 85 no. 11 717-718). ...Read more
For skin problems: Dermatologists specialize in skin diseases. Often, your primary care doctor can make the diagnosis and you won't have to wait 3 months for an appointment. If you have a new skin issue, one that isn't getting better, one that's getting worse, or you see a change in a mole, then consider calling your primary doctor or dermatologist. ...Read more
Depends on problem: Derms are experts on skin, hair, nails and all of their associated conditions. If you're worried about skin cancer you should ask for a full body skin exam where you are checked from head to foot, looking for any suspicious lesions. If there is a suspicious lesion then a biopsy may be recommended. Describe the problem, give history, have an exam, recommendations will be made. ...Read more
I hate to say it: I personally believe that the "top" dermatologists are in nyc. Or choose a board certified dermatologist first, in south jersey. Travel to nyc if you are not satisfied. Good luck and all the best. ...Read more