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Turned Blue On Face
Venous lakes: Most of the time these collections of blood vessels called venous lakes and can be treated with laser. If in doubt ask your primary care doctor. If they are in doubt have them refer you to a specialist. A dermatologist, facial plastic surgeon or plastic surgeon should be able to help you. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Lumpy Spots: What you are describing sounds like acne vulgaris. Serious acne vulgaris is typically defined by the presence of nodules or cysts. Nodules are subcutaneous, are much larger, can be quite painful, and can sometimes last for months. They are characterized as large, hard bumps under the skin's surface, and scarring is common. If left untreated, nodules can sometimes leave an impaction behind. ...Read more
My boyfriend has these reappearing light blue skin marks randomly appear throughout years; like someone took a light blue highlighter on his skin.
Striations: This could be signs of underlying disease such as cushions syndrome. Please seek medical help ...Read more
Suddenly a couple of blue purplish spots appeard on my back. Two quite dark. Rest looks faded.. What is it?
Send us image: Not sure what those are without seeing them. Send us an image. ...Read more
Son in sun w/70spf on arms/face red went swimming and got blue/purple areas on his arms/hands/legs/feet/face. Got out & had bright red area under eyes?
Bruising. : Take him to the er. This could be due to a bleeding problem. ...Read more
Dark patches: You may have a fungal condition. Consult your doctor or a dermatologist. ...Read more
I've long had a large blue bump on my forearm, a small flat blue spot on hip, and now notice a blue bump developing on wrist. Worried. Help! Bluenevi?
Blue bumps: The blue bumps need to be directly examined by your doctor for the correct diagnosis. It is important to identify what these bumps are and to find out if any treatment is necessary. Do not postpone this. Call your doctor for an appointment asap. ...Read more
Frostbite does not: typically affect the entire hand unless there has been severe exposure, in that case having only one hand affected would be unusual too those are cases where both hand and both feet are affected from severe prolonged cold. Frostbite comes in stages, mild is irritated skin, then blisters then dark dark skin which looks dead. Circulation issues can give "blue" hands see your doctor ...Read more
Hyperpigmentation: Postinflammatory hyperpigmentation is a frequently encountered problem and represents the sequelae of various cutaneous disorders as well as therapeutic interventions. This acquired excess of pigment can be attributed to various preceding disease processes that affect the skin such as infections, allergic reactions, mechanical injuries, reactions to medications, phototoxic eruptions, trauma. ...Read more