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Consult dermatologist online free?

Consult dermatologist online free?

See your doctor: If you have a skin problem it is helpful to see your doctor and allow the physical exam with the history make a proper diagnosis. At that point you will also receive treatment and that is far better than using online help. Often in those situations they are trying to sell you something. ...Read more

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Chat with dermatologist online free?

Chat with dermatologist online free?

Free Health Care: I do not believe there is such a service. I do know that you can go to public health clinics for a sliding scale fee and that is where i would advise you to start. Regular family medicine office visits are also not expensive when you compare the cost of seeing specialists or going to an er. ...Read more

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What causes inflammation of the skin with an unknown diagnosis. J have seen numerous doctos and dermatologists. I've had this for 8 years. How o treat?

What causes inflammation of the skin with an unknown diagnosis. J have seen numerous doctos and dermatologists.  I've had this for 8 years. How o treat?

??: Can't answer this better than the experts who have already seen you. Need to listen to them. I am sure that biopsies have been done and that we at least have some idea about what is not causing your symptoms. By this point we also likely have an idea about which treatments work and which don't. ...Read more

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Skin rash, 7 years, no diagnosis after consultations with 9 prominent dermatologists!?

Skin rash, 7 years, no diagnosis after consultations with 9 prominent dermatologists!?

??: Is there a question we can answer? Have they done biopsies? Too little information for such a longstanding problems. ...Read more

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What causes inflammation of the skin with an unknown diagnosis. Had for 8 years. Seen numerous mds and dermatologists. Same answer. Bloodwk perfect?

What causes inflammation of the skin with an unknown diagnosis. Had for 8 years.  Seen numerous mds and dermatologists.  Same answer.  Bloodwk perfect?

Inflammation of Skin: The following medical conditions are some of the possible causes of skin inflammation: certain infections, allergic reaction, certain toxins or chemicals, numerous underlying causes are possible eczema, dermatitis, psoriasis, urticaria, bacterial infection, fungal infection, trauma, drug reaction. Systemic vital infection. ...Read more

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I have acne on my back, shoulders and chest.My dermatologist prescribed me ketonazole.Is it the right diagnosis?

I have acne on my back, shoulders and chest.My dermatologist prescribed me ketonazole.Is it the right diagnosis?

Talk to your doctor: Ketonazole is not an acne treatment. But your doctor may have given it to you for another reason. I suggest going back to your doctor to discuss it. In general, acne on the body requires oral medications as it is difficult to treat such a large area with creams. ...Read more

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I have what has been diagnosised venous stasis dermatitis for many years and have seen a number of dermatologist and have gotten only temporary relief?

I have what has been diagnosised venous stasis dermatitis for many years and have seen a number of dermatologist and have gotten only temporary relief?

See a phlebologist: Evaluation including a duplex ultrasound study may show abnormal veins that can be ablated using one of several minimally invasive techniques. ...Read more

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I'm a 68 yr. old white female with a rash over my entire body.scene for dermatologist and it had to skin biopsy and the diagnosis was chronic spongio ?

I'm a 68 yr. old white female with a rash over my entire body.scene for dermatologist and it had to skin biopsy and the diagnosis was chronic spongio ?

Spongiotic dermatitis: is another way of referring to a condition known as acute eczema that is usually found affecting the abdomen, chest and even the bottom while the scalp is generally free from this condition. Defer to my Derm colleagues for another opinion. ...Read more