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Skin Spots That Disappear And Reappear
My skin has dark spots everytime a mosquito bit recovers even though I did not scratch may I know what remedies are there to make it disappear?
Hyperpigmentation: The dark marks are likely Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation. This will likely improve over time (all scarring will lighten with time). There are treatments that can improve the appearance, including creams like hydroquinone, steroid creams and laser treatments like laser genesis. See a dermatologist or cosmetic physician to learn more about treatment options. ...Read more
Laser: Skin spots usually respond well to lasers depending on what type and your skin type. ...Read more
About two and half months ago I started experiencing first pricky skin in different spots then my skin feels like its on fire them itches like crazy then I get big welts like hives them it just disappears and its fine just happens out of no where at anyti
Likle hives: Hives are usually itchy red spots that comes and goes quickly. They can be caused by allergy, viral infections, and autoimmunity (reacting to yourself). Antibiotics can cause a reaction as long as two weeks after stopping it and persist up to 6 months (recurrently). Foods reactions occur usually quickly after eating the food and clears in 24 hours. Autoimmune can occur sporadically for no reason. ...Read more
I used kasthuri manjal and lemon juice my dark spots disappeared, my oily skin become dry and it has lost its softness and feel bad when I touch face?
Emmolient: When you wash, use hands only. Twice a day is enough. Look for a lubricating cream featuring CERAMIDES. ...Read more
After acne marks starts to disappear gradually. Will skin heal to its original complexion, skin tone. Or will the marks cause dark spots or brown skin?
I have small red spots on my skin. Legs/stomach/neck/foot. But aren't all there at once, once one set of them disappear another comes up. What is it?
I get red spots/balanitis on my penis head after sex/masturbation. Mostly disappears in a day. My partner is clean. I am uncircumcised. Is it std/rash?
STDs: The best way in which to obtain an answer to your question is to have a professional examine the rash and test you accordingly. Good luck. ...Read more
Have painful black spot on my skin. Not bulgy or bumpy, the just skin darkens sometimes lentil size and the area becomes painful. Appears disappears?
Don't want to guess.: Recommend annual head to toe dermatologic evaluation. This might might be a good time for total once over & to have these lesions assessed. Take care. ...Read more
I have red skin like rashes/spot like formations that form at night over my body and disappear overnight. What is it? And what could be the cause?
I have notice lately one dark spot appears in my skin stay there for few days and disappears again. It has happened few times in arms and legs?
Fixed drug eruption: This could be a fixed drug eruption. Usually it is due to something that is taken on a intermittent basis. ...Read more
Dr.'s exam can tell: A whitish spot might be eczema, especially if it is a bit dry or itches a bit. A primary care doctor or a dermatologist can look at it if it doesn't go away with simple treatment. Sometimes the spot can be a birthmark, ringworm (fungus), or some other disorder. Simple treatment of a spot (non-fungus, non-birthmark) means trying over-the-counter Hydrocortisone 1% cream three-times-a-day for a week. ...Read more
There are many: Possibilities. I recommend you see a board certified dermatologist for correct diagnosis, possible biopsy and treatment options. Hope that helps ...Read more
Please clarify: What do you mean by spots? With more information we may be able to provide you with a useful answer. Take care. ...Read more
This is one mystery: That will require a one on one evaluation with a dermatologist/ physician to make the correct assessment. ...Read more
See a dermatologist:
Age/sun spots? These are permanent and u will likely get more with time. Excessive scrubbing, topical abrasives/cleansing often make your skin worse. I would consult a dermatologist or if your family doc do skin treatments/laser etc...For an evaluation and come up with a specific plan of skin care for your skin type/problems...
Good luck... ...Read more
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Infection?: This can represent bacterial infection which is causing deep swelling and pain on touching. This would require a treatment with antibiotics. It is best to see your physician or dermatologist for early evaluation and treatment. ...Read more
Hyperpigmentation: After a cut or sore heals, the pigment in the skin responds by darkening. Darker skin individuals are more prone to this very common problem. You see this more on acne prone skin and sun exposed skin. A dermatologist can help by prescribing a cream to lighten the skin. Also use sunscreen. ...Read more
Probably.: Microdermabrasion will often lighten up dark spots, depending on where they are on your skin, and what caused them. But I would strongly suggest that you find a dermatologist with an mda machine, and not go to some spa, where the person doing the mda has no idea what caused your dark spots, and may be treating you when you should not be treated. ...Read more
Alopecia areata: A smooth bald spot is probably a condition called alopecia aerate which is am allergy to the hair which stops it from growing just under meath the surface. Fungal scalp infections involve the skin with scaling amd swelling. Treatment for alopecia aerate is localized injections of medicine once a month by dermatologist. ...Read more
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