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Leg foot bone turning black
I put lot of weight during pregnancy, but I m in normal BMI now .now foot bone turning black.can frequently sitting on floor legs crossed cause. Attached pic for reference
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Don't worry...you are suffering from eczematous dermatitis causing this spots... Specific medicine available for good control... Treatment depends on the severity..Do direct online consultation for detailed prescription
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Yes Friction while Sitting crossed legs on floor for long hours can  cause this .
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consult a dermatologist for detail prescription
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use moisturizer over damp skin
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This is Frictional hypermelanosis, it is an uncommon condition. The clinical finding is characterised by asymptomatic, diffuse, brownish patches located mainly in the skin above bony prominence's. Dry skin will aggravate the condition and make it look more patchy. Consult a Dermatologist for the same.
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keep the skin well hydrated with a lot of Medicated moisturisers. avoid Dettol or Savlon application
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Ite due to chronic sitting crossed leg due to friction..
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kindly consult online for detailed prescription if you want to get rid off it
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