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Hemangioma Of Face
Petechia : Tiny little blood blisters/petechia can come from high pressure on the body and suffocation. So depending on the extracurricular activity, this may be a result of that! ...Read more
Allergy or infection: ...would be the most likely problems. Either way, see you dr. ...Read more
Bacteria in pores: the pores are occluded by facial oils and create this problem ...Read more
What is the cause of droopy facial features in a teenage girl? (half of lip, brow, nostril, cheek) (NOT A STROKE)
Nerve damage: Stroke (until proven otherwise by thorough exam and testing), cranial nerve palsy, Bell's palsy, tumor compressing facial nerve, viral infection affecting facial nerve, traumatic injury to the facial nerve. Best to see a physician to help sort it out. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Equalizes skin color: The energy from the laser ruptures cells containing melanin (the dark pigment in skin), allowing it to be absorbed and removed by the large "police cells" in your skin (Macrophages and Langerhans cells). May sometimes help to reduce the appearance of scarring from acne (pimples). ...Read more
Scientific Rx: Topical benzoyl peroxide as tolerated. I see that you already have scarring from your acne having been neglected when you were younger. I'm sorry this happened. At age 19, you're old enough to phone your physician who can add prescription-strength Rx to your benzoyl peroxide regimen. You will probably need to do this. Best wishes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Scar: It is important to remember that any surgical procedure will leave a scar. While a surgeon will try to make the scar as imperceptible as possible, many factors determine how a scar will heal. It is vital to keep all scars out of the sun or keep a high sunscreen on the scar for the first year after surgery. Massage and silicone-based scar treatments have also been shown to help. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers
Milia?: I don't know what the lesion is on the baby's face. Milia can occur. I would discuss it with her pediatrician if not resolving. ...Read more
Age 26, male. Problem - sudden appearance of lots of black moles (black coloured flat dots) on face and body. Also my neck skin is darkened. Pls help?
Dermatologist: See a dermatologist to make sure these are benight lesions. The doc can recommend diagnostic and therapeutic options. ...Read more
Maybe: The lumps you describe might be enlarged lymph nodes. Knowing what causes their enlargement depends on more history: how long have they been enlarged, have you had a cancer of the head and neck, etc. It could be from an infection, but it might also be cancer, especially if you already have a cancer diagnosis. See your doctor. ...Read more
Recommendation : Not sure that patchy mark on scalp and face the same that on the chest. Need to see these. But patchy marks on chest at your age most likely tinea versicolor that often happens at hot weather with a lot of sweating. It could be successfully treated with special shampooing. You need to see a doctor for prescription. And keep yourself dry. ...Read more
I've skin colored mole on face from birth.i noticed that on the top of mole there is a spot of acne.can i use acne balm on that?
Many: Hormone, mostly male hormone, is the main contributor, particularly in teens and young adults. Stress, irregular daily activities, working/studying too hard/too long may stir up hormone/immune system (causing "imbalance") and consequently develop pimples. Hot and humid environment may induce pimples. Drug like steroid may cause it. Pregnancy may do, too. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Chickenpox, Some of the blisters in my face have whiteheads inside that resemble the acne pimples. Is this peculiar?
No: Chicken pox lesions should crust over in a couple of days. ...Read more
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