Doctor insights on:
How To Prevent Skin Pigmentation Disorder
Skin color comes from four different pigments present in our skin: 1. Melanin - tans or browns in our skin 2. Carotenes - yellows and oranges 3. Oxygenated hemoglobin (in the arteries) - red 4. Deoxygenated hemoglobin (in the veins) - blue skin color is the ...Read more
Pigmentation Disorde: Pigmentation means coloring. Skin pigmentation disorders affect the color of your skin. Skin cells give your skin color by making a substance called melanin. When these cells become damaged or unhealthy, it affects melanin production. Some pigmentation disorders affect just patches of skin. Others affect your entire body. See your dermatologist. ...Read more
Depends: On what the disorder is. See a dermatologist for diagnosis and options. Also consider chinese medicine. I have seen some dramatic improvements with herbs that balance the body ...Read more
Ichthyosis: Ichthyosis (fish scale disease) is an inherited condition characterized by dry scaly skin as a result in defective skin barrier function. The most common subtype is ichthyosis vulgaris, which is pigmentless.The rare subtype, epidermolytic hyperkeratosis, is characterized by retained thickened scales in skin folds, giving the appearance of "dirty skin" even though no pigment is actually deposited. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Cortisol is 651 - T4 Free 14.9 - TSH 5.610 - Male 33 could this be Addison Disease - Skin Pigmentation also - Male 33 - Thin build.
Doubt it: Hi. I am not familiar with the units you measure cortisol in in Ireland, but if it the units I suspect (which would be 23 in the units we use), it would be very unlikely to be Addison's. You could have poor adrenal reserve, or the circumstances (e.g., stress) the cortisol 651 was drawn under could perhaps make one think yours should have been higher. With uncertainties, I can't be absolute. ...Read more
My skin pigmentation is severely in distress as well as the condition of my skin most noticeable area is my face. I have been on a high dose of amphetamines for about nine years for a severe auto immune sleep disorder. I have some of the classic "tweaker
No clue: You need to see your pcp and probably get a referral to a dermatologist. Amphetamines can cause reduction of blood flow to the skin (and other organs), and that may be part of what is going on, but I have not seen or heard of this complaint. I have taken care of lots and lots of kids on high doses of adderal or concerta, and have not seen this. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- How to cure skin pigmentation disorder?
- How to treat skin pigmentation disorder quickly?
- Eliminate skin pigmentation disorder
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Skin pigmentation disorder vitiligo
- Skin pigmentation disorder
- Skin pigmentation disorder pyogenic granuloma
- How to reverse skin pigmentation?
- Talk to a dermatologist online