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How can I treat dark spots on my skin that I got after pregnancy?
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Dr. Rebecca Gray
Obstetrics & Gynecology
3 doctors agree
In brief: Sunscreen
Melasma is a common complaint many women have during pregnancy and is a benign condition.
There are many treatments that dermatologists may offer, including skin creams, laser treatments and chemical peels. Most importantly, you need to wear sunscreen at all times to prevent further darkening. In many women, it resolves after delivery but usually takes several months.

In brief: Sunscreen
Melasma is a common complaint many women have during pregnancy and is a benign condition.
There are many treatments that dermatologists may offer, including skin creams, laser treatments and chemical peels. Most importantly, you need to wear sunscreen at all times to prevent further darkening. In many women, it resolves after delivery but usually takes several months.
Dr. Rebecca Gray
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Dr. Vicki Levine
Dermatology
1 doctor agrees
In brief: Bleaching cream
If these do not fade after pregnancy try a hydroquinone.

In brief: Bleaching cream
If these do not fade after pregnancy try a hydroquinone.
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