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Does Dermatend Work
Dermatend: Dermatend claims to be an herbal cream that removes moles and skin tags. Would I ever endorse a patient use this? No. The reasons being: 1. It probably won't work. 2. There are good moles and there are bad moles. It's sometimes really hard to know which is which. If this cream works how they claim it works, it will make dangerous moles much harder to diagnose and keep an eye on. ...Read more
No: Would ask you to have your parents bring you to see a dermatologist. ...Read more
Does the use of bloodroot or a product that contains bloodroot like dermatend successfully, safely and permanently remove moles?
Moles: It is a bad idea to use a cream to remove moles. Any mole or growth that is removed from a person should be examined pathologically under the microscope. There are too many cases of people that had a spot removed but not examined and later show up with metastatic cancer of unknown primary. ...Read more
Hi I removed mole with dermatend and the mole came of but left a hole in my skin will that hole fill in and how long will it take?
Depends: On size of wound, location. Best to get it checked. ...Read more
Moles: The only proper way to remove a mole is through a simple surgical procedure. In this way a specimen is then available for histopathological diagnosis. ...Read more
No: Bargain shopping isn't really a medical question. ...Read more
How can I remove a flat mole from my face except surgery and laser. Is there any cream which is cheap to buy except "Dermatend" because it's so costly?
Don't try it: Sorry. Surgery or laser are your options, or leave it alone. Your physician should see it in any case to be sure it's not melanoma or something else dangerous. The stuff you read on the internet (garlic, banana peels, strawberries, and of course apple cider vinegar, which supposedly cures everthing) is just silly, made-up stuff. ...Read more
Doubtful: Lurosil is a combination of glucosamine, MSM, chondroitin, and hyaluronic acid. Some but not many studies suggest glucosamine may help with some osteoarthritic joints but hyaluronic acid is broken down in the G.I. tract. Most physicians are skeptical of any benefit of these. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
All diets can work: All diets have a basic underpinning: ingest fewer calories than your body b urns so that you lose weight. The novelty of new diet types usually causes a burst of weight loss. The problem is that few can sustain the diet and they regress into their previous food intake and exercise pattern which causes the weight to return. ...Read more
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