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Freckles and hyperpigmentation
I got new freckles on my face which is taking shapes of moles and hyperpigmentation on the both side side chicks near my eyes. My skin is also getting dark day by day. Is there any treatment.
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Hi Please share pictures of concerned area for making a definite diagnosis. Multiple treatment options are available.
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consult a dermatologist with photographs for treatment.
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use sunscreen regularly.
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Laser is the option.. for detailed information do direct online consultation with photos
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Hi. It is easier to suggest after seeing pictures and taking history. Kindly upload pictures of the same
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consult a dermatologist
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In ur age freckles are usually due to anemia and sun exposure...treating anemia with iron supplementation and using broad spectrum sunsreen for sun exposure can reduce ur freckles. For topical treatment u need consultation dear.
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Yes many treatments are available
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Video consultation
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