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Skin problems from IV drug use?

Skin problems from IV drug use?

Simple answer: This may sound silly but, stop using drugs and you will not have the skin problems. I am not sure what problems you are having but there are a whole host of problems that occur for drug use., skin popping, chronic itching and excoriations, secondary skin infection to name a few. My best advice is to stop using! ...Read more

Dr. Lourdes Margarita Landron-Garcia
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Vitamin A (Definition)

Vitamin A helps form and maintain healthy teeth, skeletal and soft tissue, mucous membranes, and skin. It is also known as retinol because it produces the pigments in the retina of the eye. Vitamin A promotes good vision, especially in low light. It may also be needed ...Read more


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Could botox and fillers cause skin problems?

Could botox and fillers cause skin problems?

Rare: There are complications to any procedure. Very rare with botox and fillers. For best results see skilled clinician. ...Read more

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How do you get parasites cure from skin problems?

How do you get parasites cure from skin problems?

What parasite?: I'm not sure what you mean or what parasites you're referring to. Parasites are not common causes of skin problems in the U.S. Far more common is delusional parasitosis, a psychiatric condition in which patient think they're infected with parasites. It's difficult to treat, because it's very hard to convince the sufferers that they need psychiatric help rather than antiparasitic medications. ...Read more

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Is it normal to have skin problems because of sea water?

Is it normal to have skin problems because of sea water?

Possibly: Sea water is saltier than the body's fluids; so it can draw water from the skin, causing dryness. Condition is even worse in bodies of extremely salty water like great salt lake or dead sea. Thus, good idea to rinse off with fresh water after swimming/playing in ocean & to apply moisturizer. ...Read more

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I have skin problems after circumcision. What should I do?

I have skin problems after circumcision. What should I do?

Rash or too tight: Suggest you see a urologist it skin problem is pain with erection because too much skin was removed at circumcision. Best from a different practice, or in a different city so you can get an unbiased opinion. Dermatologist would be best if you are having an allergic skin reaction or an unexplained rash. Good luck. ...Read more

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What facial skin problems can be associated with a teratoma dermoid?

What facial skin problems can be associated with a teratoma dermoid?

Teratoma: As a rule this is a complicated problem without more details of your particular situation. I would think there should be no skin problem associated with this as they are usually benign and have no systemic symptoms but your situation can be very different so best to see your dermatologist for a skin facial problem and ask. ...Read more

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To which dr should a person go to check a mola at the head?Can I see a dr specialized in skin problems

To which dr should a person go to check a mola at the head?Can I see a dr specialized in skin problems

Yes: A skin specialist will be fine, If the lesion is in a cosmetically sensitive area, you could consult a plastic surgeon for the removal, if needed. ...Read more

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I've been experimenting with duct tape on various skin problems. I've heard it works because the stickum is latex. What will it work for?

I've been experimenting with duct tape on various skin problems. I've heard it works because the stickum is latex. What will it work for?

Warts: Definitely works for warts though not 100% I have seen it reported a number of times in the literature including "up-to-date". Be careful though as duct tape on the face and sensitive areas can cause quite a bit of irritation. ...Read more

Skin Problems (Definition)

Very broadly, anything that is not normal or causes symptoms. Some are self limited (ie poison ivy) some are chronic (ie eczema) and the latter may be more representative of ...Read more


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