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Skin Mark On Face
See a doctor.: Most plastic surgeons and/or dermatologists can help you. Your care must be individualized, prescription topical medications can usually improve your skin appearance. ...Read more
I have a tiny blemish w/o pain, like a cyst slightly raised w/o a head. I got it last month, it went down but now it's back. What do I do?
See doctor: You need to see your doctor about this since it is hard to tell what it is without examining it. ...Read more
I've had a random mole on my head for about a year and a half, And then I got a random black blemish a week ago but it went away?
Dermatologist: Please have the mole checked by a Dermatologist. ...Read more
I have a blemish on my chin no head just a large deep bump when I go to apply pressure liquid seeps out the bump leaves but fills up within minutes?
Cyst??: This sounds like a lesion called a cyst. Please make an appointment with you family physician and let him/her get rid of it for you. ...Read more
My daughter, 20, has acne and blemish all over her body, specially on her back and face. She has oily skin too. What is the possible treatment for it?
Several: First, wash with soap and water. Benzoyl peroxide and salicylic acid creams can help. Sometimes topical or oral antibiotics are used. Some people find moderate sun exposure to be helpful as long as they are not on a medicine that makes them overly sensitive to the sun. In severe cases, sometimes, Azelaic Acid or oral retinoids are used. Daily exercise with copious sweating followed by shower helps. ...Read more
When I tan my face breaks out in a red blemish. I have pale, senstive, acne prone skin. I have read that tanning helps acne, but when I tan my face turns red and itchs. It says red for days. What can I do to help my face from turning red? I've read that w
Is there any recommendation for extra dry itchy skin around eyes and face and to reduce redness, blemish on face, Tia Doctor..
Hard to say?: Without a picture or an exam, I don't believe anyone can tell you. Repharase your quesition and give more information. Age would ben nice to know. Any trauma. Since birth? Do your relatives look the same? Interesting question but just can't answer based on your limited question. Sorry! That is my flat-out answer! ...Read more
Tell us about it.: We would need to more information about your headache to help you determine a cause and treatment. Migraine? Sinus? Tension? Cluster? There are several types of headache, and they have different treatments and garner different levels of concern. How about a consult with one of us? We'd be happy to try to help. ...Read more
Protective secretion: Skin may become oily for a number of reasons. It has many small glands used to provide a thin covering of oil-like secretions often accumulated from proteins in the skin. This protects the skin from dehydration, bacteria and other elements. Depending on diet, health and genetics your skin may release more or less oil than the next person. ...Read more
Back to sleep: Pediatricians now universally recommend putting babies to sleep on their backs to avoid sids (sudden infant death syndrome). Since a babies' skull bones do not fuse together until about 15 months of age, they move causing a flattening of the back of the head. This is temporary, as long as you give your baby plenty of "tummy time" when she is awake. ...Read more
It isn't tough: Facial skin can be delicate and only becomes tough and leathery from sun damage. The scalp is protected by hair but if the hair is gone it will easily sunburn. The face and scalp should be treated differently. Wash your face with approprite cleanser for the face and wash your sclp with shampoo. Use sunscreen for both. ...Read more
Muscles: The back of the head is a funnel for all the stress in your neck and shoulders to collect and can drive you crazy. Think flesh=muscles/tissue and not bone/ligament/disc/nerves. Start self-care with a wellness program of vits, magnesium glycinate, sleep hygiene, exercise, self/pro massage, acupressure, chiropractor, yoga, heat, epsom tub soaking, and stretching. In my practice, I use acupuncture. ...Read more
Question vague: Need far more information to even begin to answer. Where is the pain, what does it feel like, when does it come on, how long does it last, what other symptoms do you have, etc., etc. See a doctor and bring a list of all symptoms. Hope you are better soon. ...Read more
Depends: You don't necessarily have to do anything. If you experience severe headache, visual changes, dizziness or there's a change in memory or thought process, you may have a concussion. See your doctor in that case. Depending on your other medical conditions or if you're taking certain meds, your doctor will guide you as to the next steps. ...Read more
For how long now?
Have you tried any over the counter pain killers
Start with oral pain killers for it and have some rest
If symptoms get worse, or you get other associated symptoms, please see your doctor for assessment ...Read more
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