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Skin Brown Spot Removal
Garlic burned my skin, skin has healed but has left a noticeable white spot on brown skin. Will it ever go back to normal and how long will it take?
See details: It is difficult to say without being able to visualize the lesion. See a dermatologist if you are concerned. ...Read more
I have a dark brown spot by my neck. I'm not outside much. I exercise a lot, take good care of my skin, and yesterday felt a spot on my neck?
Have it seen: Go see your doctor to look at it and make sure it is taken care of properly. Majority of these are benign and no problem; some need to be taken off. ...Read more
A small light brown spot appeared under my skin on the top of my thumb and I don't know where it came from. Should I be concerned about this?
Most commonly: this is a tiny hematoma (collection of blood/bruise) due to unnoticed injury. You should take a photo and attach to a question for Health tap Prime...or get it checked out oif it does not go away in a few weeks! Hope this helps! Dr Z ...Read more
I have a brownish blemish on skin that started out as a raised pinkish crusty spot. Its under the skin now and a brownish color. It won't go away.
See a doctor: Rashes are very different and require a in person evaluation to accurately diagnose and treat. ...Read more
I found a dark brown spot .5cm wide, perfectly circular, no raise in skin level on my baby toe. 100% it was not present 8days ago. Should i worry?
No: That doesn't sound overtly suspicious, however, it is entirely prudent to have that looked at as soon as possible. ...Read more
See a Dermatologist: Please, please, please. If you have a changing brown spot anywhere on your skin, please have a professional look at it. It may save your life. ...Read more
See you doctor: You should see your doctor for an evaluation. ...Read more
I have a brown/green spot which is on the tip of my index finger and seems to be inside the skin. It really pains when I put pressure on it?
Few possibilities: IF this not recent and due to trauma, there are a number of other possibilities--most of them needing treatment and some of them can be potentially deadly. You need to have your PCP or a dermatologist look at this ...Read more