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The skin in my crotch area first turned darker and dry and itchy, then very dark/near black. I have tried hydrocortisone and also moisturizers, but it keeps getting worse. Wondering if there's any kind of simple fix before I have to go to doctor.View Thread
the first problem was i had chicken bumps on my neck, it look like micro skin tags, it appeared infront of my neck. the night it happened i was sweating alot then felt a burning itchy sensation on my neck so i scratched the hell out of it then it appeared the next day my neck look burnt and had this bumps. i assumed it was the chemicals on the fruit drink. this is the drink i let it pass i didnt go to the doctor. fast forward one afternoon i decided to scratch my neck thinking it would peel of the bumps, i scratched till it peeled some layer and became so red, it looked like blood. when it healed it left these dark spots
we have a history of diabetes in my family my dad has it. i am 24 yrs old 5'4 and i beleive im 100 pounds overweight. i grew overweight starting when i was 17. i also have these bumps on my bottom eyelid it appeared when i was sweating alot and it felt itchy and burny. prior to the chicken bumps appearing on my neck ive had skin tags appearing on my neck they grew big i was able to remove it. but the new micro skin tags was everywhere on my neck. it looked like every pore overgrew. i also take sugars alot. i dont know how to connect all of this but this is my situationView Thread
I believe it started in 2004 or 2005, I can't remember. But I started to get dry, flaky skin around my nose. It didn't appear all the time until a couple of years ago. Now it is like a part of my life. I will wake up with dry, flaky skin and even after I will wash and exfoliate, the flakes will form again after my skin is dry. So I have to moisturize right after I exfoliate. I have been using almond oil which does help. I can't exfoliate too much, because I have sensitive skin and it will it will peel and burn. But the dry skin has left a dark ring around my nose. I do have eczema. I have had eczema since I was a baby and since I had moved south, I had a serious eczema breakout in areas that I hadn't experienced before. Everything had intensified like my allergies and chronic bronchitis that I ended up having to have weekly allergy shots. I moved back to Maryland in 2005. At first I thought it was eczema, because I also have a dry and itchy area in my ear that has darkened from eczema. I pretty much have eczema all over. I have prescription ear drops for my ear, but the dry, flaky area on my nose is not itchy at all. I tried to research it, but the only thing that I found that sounds even close is dandruff. I found that you can get dandruff anywhere. If it is, what can I use? Is there anything else it can be?View Thread
My sister has been having some health issues that she has been going back and forth to the doctor for. No one seems to have any answers for her and later new issues arise. Besides her pains, weakness and excessive tiredness, and sinus, she has lately been experiencing random dark spots. The first time was around her tattoo on her leg. That was a while ago. Then dark spots occurred in one of her ears (it didn't itch or ache). That was months ago. Now she has the dark spots inside both ears and one is on the back at the top of one ear. She researched and only found two things that came up: blackheads and skin cancer. Well, they are definitely not blackheads. They are not raised, small, nor do they have a center. They are flat and wide. She is really concerned about it being skin cancer. Does anyone know what it can be?View Thread
My girlfriend and I live in Canada, and she seems to get mosquito-like bites on her body. They aren't...
Posted by An_261989
My girlfriend and I live in Canada, and she seems to get mosquito-like bites on her body. They aren't consistent and rather more sporadic. Very similar to a mosquito bite, but odd since it's winter, and there definitely aren't any mosquitos in our condo. What could be causing these bites, and what solutions are available?View Thread
I was hoping someone could help me with this discolouration. I noticed it on my right thigh (as in the picture) as well as a spot on my left tricep. I've never noticed this before and was just curious if it is something I should be worried about or if it is just dry skin or something along those lines. I have always had fairly sensitive skin so I'm hoping it is nothing major.
It seems like the spot on my left tri has actually faded a little bit compared to the last time I was inspecting it. Not sure if that makes a difference or not.View Thread
I'm 34 and have medium olive colored skin. Recently I have started getting white spots all over my face. I see remedies for brown spots but can't find anything for white spots. What is it and what remedies can I use to make it go away?View Thread
My best friend is 64, tall, slim, Scandanavian, and all the guys go for her, When I met her, her face was a...
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My best friend is 64, tall, slim, Scandanavian, and all the guys go for her, When I met her, her face was a mix of very pink, and very white. My mom knew her before me, and said that she was getting collagen injections. She has money, is somewhat vain, so this did not surprise me. Then after a couple of years, her face is covered with scabs. Worse every day. Does anyone have a clue. She doesn't see a dermatologist, and I can't bring up the subject. Does anyone have a clue what this might be?View Thread
Hello, I am from Delhi (India), age-21, female, wheatish skin, combination-oily in summer & dry in winters. I have been having acne/pimples (less but consistent) in my cheeks and chin area since i hit puberty. Recently, I have been getting them at the lower lip line also( I have pigmented lips). The main problem is the post-marks. Its dark black, tiny dots, all over my chin, jaws and lower lip line. The marks on my cheeks are small dots of red and not that noticeable. So, what should I do for those black spots as its all over my lower face, some are even months old?? Please help.View Thread
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