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Sores On Face With Black Fibers
I: Would suggest to check if the roots of those nerves are involved. Conditions like MS could start with such symptoms. ...Read more
Is it possible to be tested for Non-Length-dependent Small Fiber Sensory Neuropathy if you only have symptoms in your face?
? yes: Assume your doctor found clinical suspicion of more extensive nerve issues. To prove the existence of small fiber neuropathy, you will need to undergo several skin punch biopsies in leg, and if confirmatory, the etiology will be sought through blood and urine tests. Have your doctor explain the process in detail. ...Read more
Good idea to take approx 25-30 grams of fiber a day to take some weight off your face and stomach?
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Yes: The face is a common area for nld-sfn to affect. While usually this presents as pain, it can present as numbness as well. I hope this answers your question and best of luck! ...Read more
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Sarcoid lesions in marrow of humeral head and neck. Small 4 mm tear of the anterior fibers of the supraspinatus tendon. Rest of rotor cuff ok.-surgery?
How much pain: Are you having? If you are in persistent pain and cannot use your shoulder or have night pain, typically the tear would be responsible and surgery might be indicated. Most docs have to see the MRI to determine need for surgery. If you have little pain and or are using the shoulder without too much problems you probably don't need surgery. ...Read more
Not likely: Your sinuses are skin lined cavities in your skull at several different paired sites. Being enclosed in solid bones, they cannot sink in. So whatever causes your face to sink in and causes black sores on your face, it is not your sinus. See an dermatologist to determine the black sores and its cause. ...Read more
No: Herpes lablialis (cold sores) are caused by a virus that lies dormant in your body (specifically the trigeminal ganglion -which is part of the 5th cranial nerve). The virus can be reactivated by trauma, sunlight, stress, fever, etc and manifests itself as a cold sore. It does not start with or from a blackhead. ...Read more
I keep feeling there's something crawling in my hair. Is this bad? I can't ever find anything but sometimes a black dot &\or a glow-like glittery spec...it usually has a fiber or a hair too!?!? My kids are also now feeling these things! Feels like I'm stu
Feelings on scalp: And now your children feel it. This may be from lice, a reaction to something in the home or what you wash your pillow cases in, or unintentional suggestion from you to your children. You need another person to look at this. Please see your doc. Peace and good health. ...Read more
23 yo female I have tenesmus for more than month. I eat food rich in fibers. My stool contains black things like sticks and very small white balls?
Not enough fiber?:
Often patients feel they are taking in enough fiber, but may not be getting the right type, amount, or mix of the above. Consider taking a psyllium husk supplement such as Konsyl or Metamuci (generic available). If this still is causing trouble, consider seeing a GI doc or Colorectal Surgeon.
Sitting in a warm bath tub can help relax this sensation at times. Meditation and yoga can also help. ...Read more
I've had lower right pain in my abdomin off and on for several weeks. Last bowel movement looked loose, black fibers almost like chewing tobacco.
Need an exam:
I am concerned about the color change of your bowel movement, in association with several weeks of abdominal pain. It is necessary for you to have an abdominal exam plus medical evaluation right away. Lab work and probable CT scan will be ordered.
Please take care of yourself. Good luck. ...Read more
My daughter fell and landed on her face. Now her tooth is black and I am worried if this is maybe permanent or will it be white again. She’s 4 years?
Trauma: Yes, the discoloration is probably permanent and indicates damage to the internal structures of the tooth. There may also be damage to surrounding bone and/or underlying permanent tooth. Your child should have been under the care of a Dentist, preferably a Pediatric Dental Specialist, since her 1st birthday. Dentist will therefore have baseline for comparison. See your daughter's dentist ASAP. ...Read more
S why do I get migraines only on one side of my head on that side I see black k spots on vision. And I can't see light or hear any thing. Cause it hur?
I have hair all over my body. My chest, my back and even on my face. It;s not thick but is black in color, same as the color of my hair (head). Pl Help?
Hirsutism: F/u wtih endocrinologist, if may be polycystic ovaries or an adrenal disorder or a tumor. ...Read more
Skin and shaving:
Without seeing this in person I can only give you my best advice. I wonder if you are not reacting to the chemicals found in your shaving cream. I wonder if the razor is dull and not clean--if you need to change or clean your razor.
I wonder if you need to stop shaving for several days to let your skin recover. And, I wonder if you shouldn't find a gentle after shave. ...Read more
See a dermatologist: Without seeing these it is impossible to respond intelligently. Have this looked at by an expert and get treatment. ...Read more
You can check online:
Wash your face with mild soap and water. With clean hand and clean, sanitized tissue, remove the blackhead and gently squeeze the pus by applying pressure on the border towards the center of the lesion.
Check these links; www. Crunchybetty. Com/how to remove blackhead
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www. Ehow. Com/blackheads. ...Read more
As Dr Noonan said, it depends on what you mean by black marks. If you have flat darker patches on your skin this may be due to too much pigment in those areas. It is tough to treat, especially in darker skinned people. The treatment depends on what is available in your area. See this article: http://tinyurl. Com/bq58q69
Some natural substances which may work are here:
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Blackheads are acne: A person with typical acne, will see both blackheads (open comedones) and closed comedones. The skin pores that make the dead skin cells that form blackheads continue to stay active, producing more skin cells daily. Acne medications such as Retin-A or Differin (adapalene) gel can help decrease blackheads. Seeing a professional to do a facial can also help remove blackheads but they will reoccur. ...Read more
Head sores: Treating sores of the scalp depends on the cause, of which there are many. Eczema, psoriasis, seborrhea, fungal/bacterial infection, parasitic infestation, chemical irritation, chronic scratching/tic disorder, etc. Etc. Your healthcare practitioner or dermatologist can help you sort this out! ...Read more
Head injury.: A concussion can occur after trauma to the head with or without loss of consciousness. Sx’s can include: blurry or fuzzy vision, slurred speech, weakness, fatigue, feeling dazed, numbness, lack of coordination or balance, headache, nausea, vomiting, confusion, problems with short term memory, dizziness as well as repeating things over ; over. Please obtain prompt medical evaluation if you lose ...Read more
Serious Rx: You've already got acne scarring. This would not have happened if you'd gotten cared for by a scientific physician. Acne is a serious, chronic, non-lifestyle-related disease, a major personal and professional liability, that can be managed by 21st century care. With many blackheads, a topical retinoic acid derivative is a good choice; since scarring's present, likely an antibiotic also. Go for it. ...Read more
Black heads: Black heads are blocked sebaceous pores on the face which are covered over by dead skin. If you push on them you can express the small amount of white material, but you might cause a local infection. The best way to have blackheads removed is by having a professional facial with a licensed aesthetician or see a physician to remove these under sterile conditions to prevent infection ...Read more