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Is Salmon Patch Curable
BIRTH MARKS IN BABY: Salmon patch is a name given to a very common group of birth marks in babies the birthmarks are caused by expansion or dilatation of tiny blood vessels called capillaries.These marks on face are called angel kisses, on back and neck it is called stork bites. Angel kisses go away by 1to 2 years age and stork bites get covered by hai and do not go away. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Salmon patch is a name given to a very common group of birth marks in babies the birthmarks are caused by expansion or dilatation of tiny blood vessels called capillaries.These marks on face are called angel kisses, on back and neck it is called stork bites. Angel kisses go away by 1to 2 years age and stork bites get covered by hai and ...Read more
Depends: If this in on you then a laser may help to get rid of it. If you are talking about a child of yours then often time will allow most to fade. It might be best for you to see a doctor who treats these types of things to know what may be best and if the diagnosis is correct. Consider seeing a dermatologist, plastic surgeon or ENT doctor. ...Read more
Sure: Salmon patches (aka stork bites and angel kisses) are pretty common. Up to half of all babies will have something like this. Most gradually fade away but many adults have them all through life. ...Read more
My husband has white patches on skin,its an initial stage&taking homeopathy medicine thuja 30, but no changes.So please suggest its curable or not?
Difficult to say: This is difficult to answer without knowing more about the diagnosis- there are various possible diagnoses such as psoriasis or vitiligo, which are very different. Homeopathy can be very effective for a variety of skin conditions, but treatment is highly individualized. If thuja does not help then try a different remedy; even the best homeopaths don't find the best remedy every time. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
After a bout of severe acne & eczema, I have now on my cheek a slightly raised white patch with reddish surrounding skin. What is it & is it curable ?
I have random patches of little flat hives only on my stomach, a couple on the hips, not itchy. Not bug bites, salmon colored, 2 months no improvement?
Hives ?: Two months of a rash, which looks like hives to you needs to be evaluated. Hives usually do itch as they are a histamine response and are not typically always in the same place. This sounds more like flat warts. In any case exam and evaluation by your primary physician or a Dermatologist is needed. ...Read more
Manageable ED: ED is a major public health concern, beyond mental health. In order to get help, people who suffer from it will have to be committed to a comprehensive treatment, including a medical doctor, a nutritionist, an ED psychotherapist, and peer group support. There are various degrees of severity, and levels of care could be outpatient, intensive OP, Partial hops, Residential & more restrictive IP. ...Read more
Yes: Yes & most get better without any treatment. Sometimes, back pain can result from a tumor or infection in the spine but even that can be treated or cured. However, pain in the back may have its cause elsewhere like a kidney stone or infection, a GI issue like ulcer or vascular problem like an aneurysm . If a girl, reproductive organ issues can be a source of the pain. Again, most are curable. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Psoriasis : Is a skin condition that causes skin irritation and redness. Is a long lasting , chronic disease with the remission periods. There are 3 levels of psoriasis: mild moderate and severe. Unfortunately there's no cure, but psoriasis treatments may offer significant relief. Rec.: see dermatologist for definitive diagnosis and treatment. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Yes and yes: Malaria is curable with correct treatment. Malaria in canada is imported by travelers returning to canada. Of 553 cases found between 1981-2002, 65% were brought home from sub-saharan africa, & 23% south asia. Of single source countries--india was number one--110 cases brought back to canada hailed from india alone. Tourists (29%) & immigrants (29%) were tied as those who brought the illness home. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Unlikely: Chances r u will be just fine. If not you will know real soon - very unlikely. ...Read more
Treatment available: Keloid scars can be avoided with silicone sheeting and steroid injections. Once a keloid has already been established it can be excised and treated with subsequent steroid injections or low-dose radiation. Excision alone usually results in recurrence of the kulik. ...Read moreSee 4 more doctor answers