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Dark patches and marks
Have dark patches below my waist along with some white stretch marks. These were mostly developed during pregnancy. Also, what can I do to get rid of of c sec scar..it's been 3 months post delivery now. Thanks, please suggest some OTC medicines for now
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Fungus or yeast infection....common around skin folds like thighs and genitals.. avoid sweating, sharing clothes,towels and soap.. specific medicine required depends on the severity.. for detailed prescription do direct online consultation
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Hello dear. Stretch marks are the most difficult ones to treat as they respond poorly to medical treatment. However, we can try some procedures such as chemical peeling, microneedling to improve the appearance of the scars. Please consult online for further assistance.
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Take plenty of vitamin C in your diet
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Hello dear, These are stretch marks also called as striae gravidarum. These are indented, reddened streaks that usually appear on the skin from rapid weight gain or from weight changes during pregnancy. both medical treatments and cosmetic procedures are  available. But for that you have to  book proper online consultation.
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