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Stretch Marks On Butts
How to get rid of stretch marks on butt groin n side waist n knees I m 19 yr old n hav gain weighed?
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Stretch marks: Treatments: Please see a dermatologist or plastic surgeon for evaluation. Possible treatments include fractional laser resurfacing, dermabrasion & medication (i.e., retinoids). ...Read more
Retin A (tretinoin) and vit C: Treatment of stretch marks varies depending on many factors. The most important is your type of skin (firm vs soft), the duration of the lesions (older ones are harder to treat.) then the color. The white ones are tougher to treat than the red ones. Try retin a (tretinoin) 0.05% cream at night and vit c serum in the morning. It takes at least 2 months to see improvement. Laser tx is your next choice. ...Read more
I have loads stretch marks on my butt some light some dark is there anything I can do to get rid of them and to also avoid anymore appearing?
Try a few things: Stretch marks are caused when the body rapidly changes in size, often with pregnancy, puberty, or rapid weight gain. Taking measures to decrease weight or stop weight gain is one step to avoid further marks. For old marks, you can try the following: daily moisturizer, glycolic acid (AHA), or vitamin E oil. For new marks prescription Retin-A can be helpful. Laser treatments are another good option. ...Read more
Why do I have stretch marks on my butt? I have cbeen trying to figure this out for over a year. I've never been fat. What can I do to get rid of them?
I'm 18, 5.10ft and around 11.6 stone, im male (is this ok size?). I have stretch marks on my butt (very recent), is this normal?! im fairly wellbuilt
Based on your height and weight, your bmi (body mass index) places you under 25, which means your weight for height is fine. (your calculated bmi is 23.3)
a bmi of 25-29 is considered overweight.
For your question about the stretch marks, he's a helpful link for the more common causes in men:
http://www. Livestrong. Com/article/98037-causes-stretch-marks-men/. ...Read more
I am a 22 year old female, I have acne and white stretch marks on my butt since I was a teenager. What is some of the ways that I can eliminate that?
Time: Stretch marks are when deep collagen deposits break apart. They occur in areas of higher fat including abdomen, buttocks, breasts, thighs, arms. In general, they are red, pink, or purple and streaky. The streaks will fade with time typically, but he may want to see a doctor if she would like to try other medications to light the skin. You should see your family practice physician. ...Read more
I am from India. I have terrible stretch marks on my arms, butt, boobs, stomach & thighs. What will help me? I'm willing to do anything.
See clinician first: Start with your primary clinician who can review your health history. For example, why do you have the stretch marks - recent pregnancy, recent extreme weight loss (planned; unplanned), underlying disease? Then discuss options. You may require the services of a plastic surgeon. Hope that helps. ...Read more
Red, swollen, painful stretch mark kind skin in butt crack. Since 3 days first it was just 2 now they are about 4 or 5. Cannot sit or walk. Help please?
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Do they bother you?: If you think you have a genuine medical problem, see a DR. No diagnosis possible from this description. ...Read more
Normal: There is nothing to do to prevent them and they fade with time. You can google about this and I am sure will find many things for sale, but evidence that anything is better than just waiting for them to fade is ellusive. Losing weight and getting back in trim with exercise is the best cure and tanning is helpful cosmetically. You are a mother and can be proud of it. ...Read more
Trenitoin, laser, micr:
Some dermatologist recommend retinoin like reina, renova, (tretinoin) Avita work on recent strech marks
laser therapy uses intense wavwlength of light to stimulate growth of collagen, elastin and melanin
usually removes topmost layer of skin which may prompt growth of new more elastic skin
so see a cosmetic dermatologist, these treatments are not covered by insurance as determined cosmetic. ...Read more
Stretch marks are little tears in the epidermis or skin, caused by relatively rapid stretching of the skin. Causes of stretch marks are usually pregnancy, or significant weight gain.
Stretch marks will fade from pink to a silver color with time. They can only be removed with chemical peels, dermabrasion or laser therapy. ...Read more
No easy way.: Stretch marks represent a tear in the dermis (strength layer) of the skin. There are a number of treatments including surgery, laser, topical therapy, and chemical peeling. Other than surgery, which trades a scar for a stretch mark, none of these have been proven to be greatly effective. Depending on the location, a consult with a plastic surgeon may be beneficial. ...Read more