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Why is some of the skin on my neck very stretchy?

Why is some of the skin on my neck very stretchy?

Variability: Everyone varies in their skin elasticity from person to person and body location to location. This changes with skin thickness, as well as age and history of sun damage or exposure to other agents/substances. ...Read more

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Lately my face is looking pale no color an the skin on my face an neck feels kinda stretchy. If pull the skin on my neck it doesn't snap rite back?

Lately my face is looking  pale no color an the skin on my face an neck feels kinda stretchy. If pull the skin on my neck it doesn't  snap rite back?

See your doctor: There's many causes, such as anemia or thyroid problem. I recommend you see a doctor to get a full check up. ...Read more

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When i was pregnant i got some white dry spots on my skin by my neck what could this be and will it go away?

When i was pregnant i got some white dry spots on my skin by my neck what could this be and will it go away?

Eczema: Sometimes in pregnancy women are affected by eczema, which is what this sounds like. You can try to put some thick shea butter cream on the area, or some Hydrocortisone cream 1% if it itches at all. A lot of skin conditions that occur in pregnancy do go away after women aren't pregnant anymore. If you're worried, you can see a family doctor or dermatologist, but likely sounds benign. ...Read more

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Hi, i feel itch on my skin especially face ANC chest and observing as some block dots are on my face, neck and chest . Please give me the remedy....?

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i feel itch on my skin especially face ANC chest and observing as some block dots are on my face, neck and chest . Please give me the remedy....?

Need more info: Itching is a very common complaint and is seen with many skin conditions. I'm not sure about the black dots. These could be tiny broken blood vessels like petechiae, or crusts (scabs). I think seeing a dermatologist will be critical in order to get a diagnosis and a treatment plan. In the meantime, i would use a gentle moisturizer to the areas twice daily and avoid scratching. ...Read more