Doctor insights on: Shades of ministral cycle
Is a healthy oropharynx perfectly smooth and pink, or can it have a slightly bumpy surface, with different shades of pink and small capillaries?
Not usually: Can be sign of allergies what made you look anyway?! Is it bothersome? ...Read more
See eye doctor: Certain types of color blindness are hereditary, whereas certain eye conditions may cause color misperceptions. You should be evaluated by an eye care professional to determine if there is an underlying disease that requires treatment. If none, then your doctor can give you information on coping strategies to deal with your visual deficits. Thanks for trusting HealthTap! ...Read more
More info needed: We really need more information to answer this question. And your best bet is to take him to his doctor for evaluation. ...Read more
Lips: It will depend on changes in your temp and BP and does not lead to any problems ...Read more
How do I lighten my whole body and face about two shades lighter safely without leaving patches? What are the best products?
Skin: Having skin the color you have is your gift from god. It is not a disease or medical condition. Wanting it to be different is a disease and should be addressed with a good mental health specialist. ...Read more
Thomas jefferson went to bed at dark and woke with the sun when retired. Is that a good way to do it? Remove draperies or shades?
Recently my cheeks have been turning red and purple. The red is normal, but it started turning shades of purple, it happens on random occasions. Why?
What provocates this:
Do you notice anything that provokes your cheeks to turn red? Many people experience this phenomenon when embarrassed or during temperature changes.
Normally cheeks turn red because your blood vessels dilate. Purple cheeks are indicative of vessel spasm and lack of blood flow to your cheeks. This problem should abate with time. If you have pain or associated symptoms see your doctor. ...Read more
Densities: The tissues have vary level of water and fat within. The concentrations affect the shade of grey and help the radiologist identify the tissues and structures they are studying. ...Read more
I have spots growing all over my torso and back. It's 2 shades darker than my normal pigmentation.?
What are some tticks for sleeping disorders? Should I cover the windows with dark shades? Get up with sun/sleep when dark?
The skin on my body is light colored, but the skin on my face has become really dark. It is like 10 shades darker than my body. What can I do?
I've been having stools that come out as 2 shades of brown. Sometimes its normal brown and dark, other times its normal brown and light brown. Diet?
How do I lighten my skin about 2 shades naturally I'm african American Ps. Don't say stuff like love the skin your in that doesn't answer my question?
Yes: Yes they can but if concerned worth getting it looked at. Other aspects to be on the lookout are rapidly growing, irregular shaped or raised ones. ...Read more
Black: Jet black stools, assuming you are not eating things which will do this, may signify old blood. Also if you see bright red blood this is of concern. If your stool is completely white that is not normal. All other colors are usually related to your dietary intake. ...Read more
Should a worry about a cough that has been producing various shades of phlegm. Had cough for 4 days?
Can low progesterone or estrogen-progesterone imbalance cause your skin to turn dark like two shades darker?
Melasma: Melasma is a very common patchy brown, tan, or blue-gray facial skin discoloration, almost entirely seen in women in the reproductive years. It typically appears on the upper cheeks, upper lip, forehead, and chin of women 20-50 years of age. Although possible, it is uncommon in males. It is thought to be primarily related to external sun exposure, external hormones like birth control pills, & preg. ...Read more
I'm worried because my "lower lips" are darker then my skin by like 4 shades is that bad, what do you suggest?
Normal: Sounds normal to me. Any concerns about wanting to change coloration of skin should be addressed by visit to dermatologist. ...Read more