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Normal 03 Wk Dry Skin
Skin lacking adequate moisture feels tight and uncomfortable. This can result from impaired lipid production within the skin leading to water loss. Patients with eczema are prone to dry skin. Other possible causes include low environmental humidity, excessive use of soap, or internal causes such as hypothyroidism. Application of moisturizing cream or ointment immediately ...Read more
I have really dry skin on my penis and i've had it where skin actually peels off my penis is it normal what's happening? Is it growing? Its about 5'
Growing, sure: At 16, you have lot of growing, some skin peeling is common at your age. Relax you are just fine. ...Read more
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Calluses, xerosis: You may have calluses or xerosis or both. Calluses cause a thickening of the skin under areas of the feet that take on more pressure than other parts of the foot. Xerosis is just excessively dry skin but can sometimes be related to other medical issues. There are also some callus disorders that are inherited. A podiatrist can help. ...Read more
My 2yr old has what looks like a bite on her back. There is a scaly, bumpy rash around it such as you would see on dry skin. Is this normal?
Hello I have a dry skin over all penis and seems like fungus, by the normal cream it is controlled but it is not curing, please advice?
I found a smaller then a penny sized pinkish dry skin patch on the side of my breast a couple of weeks ago should I be concerned? Is this normal?
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