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15.Acne problem/forehead.Seen dermatologist.Gave erythromycinum sol.2% & skinoren aselatic acid 20%.Help at summer, not at winter.How to get rid of it?

15.Acne problem/forehead.Seen dermatologist.Gave erythromycinum sol.2% & skinoren aselatic acid 20%.Help at summer, not at winter.How to get rid of it?

Get seen again: You're going to need something rougher, especially since you've already had scarring. If the oral contraceptive pill is right for you, it may clear you. One rx that's often overlooked is topical spironolactone. If you can tolerate topical benzoyl peroxide, add it now. ...Read more

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Does numbness in forehead mean a problem with my sinuses or a brain tumor>?

Does numbness in forehead mean a problem with my sinuses or a brain tumor>?

See a doctor: See a doctor or other health care provider that can work with you to figure out what is wrong. There is no way to evaluate your complaint via healthtap. ...Read more

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Is Proactiv really good for acne on chin and forehead? Those are my problem areas and very noticeable blackheads. Tried many over-the-counter product

Is Proactiv really good for acne on chin and forehead? Those are my problem areas and very noticeable blackheads. Tried many over-the-counter product

Meds: Many patients do well with over the counter benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid preparations. Some patients require topical or oral antibiotics or retinoids as well. If the over the counter meds alone don't control your acne after a month of daily use, see a doctor for additional treatment options. It is important to be persistent, and some patients 'get worse before they get better'. ...Read more

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Problem with my hairs my hair is less in front like above forehead. I don't have much hair what should I do to grow them help seriously?

Problem with my hairs my hair is less in front like above forehead. I don't have much hair what should I do to grow them help seriously?

Alopecia: Hair loss or alopecia is trickier to treat in women than in men. First, go see your doctor. Seriously! make sure you're otherwise healthy eg normal thyroid, normal testosterone, etc. Also, take a good look at your mom, sisters, maternal female relatives etc to get some idea of their genetic hairline. Before you see a dermatologist or hair transplant specialist, read up on Finasteride & dutasteride. ...Read more

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My pennis is swollen on the forehead what can be the problem?

My pennis is swollen on the forehead what can be the problem?

Balanitis: Inflammation of the glans penis can result from bacterial of fungal causes. Get evaluated and treated. ...Read more

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Is it true falling on your head can cause a tumor? i hit my forehead 2 months ago but haven't had any problems,people have been saying that

Is it true falling on your head can cause a tumor? i hit my forehead 2 months ago but haven't had any problems,people have been saying that

No tumor: Trauma is not a carcinogenic factor so that injuring ones head can not induce cancer formation. On the other hand trauma can induce a site of TGF-B and platelet derived growth factor and Ive seen sites of trauma such a head, develop a hematoma followed by migration of tumor cells from a previous malignancy to the site of hematoma in the head or other site. ...Read more

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My brother is having chronic hairfall problem beginning from forehead to the upper head he's just 27.What'd he do to regain his hair?

My brother is having chronic hairfall problem beginning from forehead to the upper head he's just 27.What'd he do to regain his hair?

Implant: Assuming he is having normal male hair pattern loss, there are medications he can take to prevent future hair loss. However, the only way to get back hair is to implant it from areas that have abundant hair (from the sides to the top or front). There are doctor's who specialize in just this procedure. He should see such a specialist for a full evaluation. ...Read more

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