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Increased Pigmentation On Knuckles
I have no pigmentation in the elbows, nuckles, and knees. I used corticosteroids topically and i regain all the color, but when i stop it regress.
An immune disorder : Good morning, apparently your immune system has developed an auto-antibody to pigment producing cell. You may have to continue the steroid cream to suppress inflammation. Milder anti-inflammatory creams (elidel) may work with less side effects. The condition may resolve in due course. ...Read more
Got diode laser done for facial hair removal 2 sessions are over post laser I feel pigmentation on my cheeks has increased is it due to laser or other?
Maybe Laser: Laser treatments can cause an increase in pigmentation, especially in patients with darker skin tones to start and in patients with sun exposure before or after the treatment. It is important to let your doctor know about recent sun exposure and to follow any instructions about sunscreen use and sun avoidance after the procedure. Talk with your MD about possible causes and treatments. ...Read more
I fell last night and my hand started swelling and had pain in my knuckles/back of hand. X-ray says no break. Today the swelling/pain increased. ?
More swelling: Please have someone take you to the nearest Emergency facility as soon as possible. Please let me know what develops. ...Read more
Female 22 years old fair complexion.I have got a pigmented lips by heridity.Now in 2years pigmentation has increased.Am now using tacrolimus ointment?
Hyperpigmentation: Eliminate dark areas on the lips with a fractional laser treatment. A fractional laser uses tiny pinpoints of light to penetrates both the top and middle layers of the skin to burn away the pigment. While many lasers only eliminate surface hyperpigmentation, this type of laser treatment is effective for people with dermal melasma, a type of melasma that penetrates beyond the top layer of the skin. ...Read more
Hello. A shave biopsy revealed a mildly atypical mole, that pathologist said had clear margins, 6 months later mole has repigmentation in center. I am leaving the country in ten days for six months. Can I monitor the mole and watch if pigmentation increas
You can not: a physician can , reappearance of pigmentation is not the criteria . First find through your doctor , the management for next 6 months ,may help you get some one to monitor it in that country. Or get it removed and analyzed ( pathology ) if it has no malignant change , you don't have to worry , then no need to monitor till you come back. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Pigmentation and CRF: The adrenal glands are positioned directly above the kidneys. As the kidneys are failing, the adrenal glands are also often affected. As the brain tries to signal for increased adrenal activity you get more adrenocorticotropic hormone (acth), this can cause increased melanocyte stimulating hormone activity causing the increasd pigmentation associated with chronic renal failure. ...Read more
Sun avoidance: It sounds liek you have sun spots. Sun avoidance is important and you may have melasma. Without an image it is hard to say, but there are chemical, protective and medical treatment to help you. Advise seeing a facial specialist or dermatologist. Be healthy and be well, james m. Ridgway, md www.Larrabeecenter.Com. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Diet has nothing to : Diet has nothing to do with pigmentation! eat healthy: ample amount of proteins, low fat and moderate amount of starches. Animal fats are bad for humnan consumption. So eat plant based foods supplemented with foods with good protein content like fish, eggs, nuts and soy products.Fruits and veggies daily will help you most. ...Read more
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