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I think I have Ichthyosis Vulgaris
This condition has been with me from many years, I don't know exactly from which age. Recently I became aware of this as I had severe scales and bad and dry skin on my legs, back and hands. It's very odd looking and when I researched over the internet, I came to know this skin problem. I have done a lot of research over this and found that it can not be cured and only managed and all. I have never went to any clinic to diagnose this condition but I am pretty sure that it is ichthyosis vulgaris. What creams or oral medications should I use for this that can manage it and make my body look more normal? I would really appreciate if respected doctors here help me with this. I'll provide images to you.
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Epiglo soap use for bath on affected areas After bath apply Aquadrate cream at night on affected areas for 4 weeks Morning: Physiogel lotion Aquadrate cream and Epiglo soapi are not available at any pharmacy as they come under the category of Cosmetic Dermatology Please contact: six two nine one seven six seven two zero eight for medicines delivery.
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Don't worry... Specific Medicine available for good control... Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription by sending photos.
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Hello dear. Kindly don't self diagnose any condition. Consult me directly via online consultation and share more details and clear pictures of the affected skin
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Ichhthyosis is easily diagnosed. Perhaps what you have read is all true. Yet, you need to share your pics and consult once. May be we can help you.
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