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Pigmentation pre and post pregnancy.
My skin started to develop dark patches from my first trimester of pregnancy also I had severe breakouts on my face. This is my first pregnancy.Now I'm a new mom gave birth on14th of  June, and it was C section.Intially my Gynecologist told me that the pigmentation will fade away gradually but it's becoming more and my skin is darkening with open pores. I don't have a even skin tone now. Pls advice what I should be doing about this is there any products that I can use which is safe during breastfeeding my baby. My skin condition is becoming worse and I m worried. I have oily to combination skin so if I use any Cream based products I breakout. Only mild lotions suit me. What can I use? How to get rid of this pigmentation??
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The happiness of being a mother does take a toll on the body . Agree, it must be difficult to take care of yourself. You must start giving a little time for urself. Pigmentation can be lightened with some meds. Better only creams to lighten up. Avoid oral medications since you will be breastfeeding  your baby.. Kindly consult online for detailed evaluation and treatment. Congratulations! Take care.
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Hello dear. Congratulations on becoming a mother. Chloasma, or pregnancy mask, is quite common and usually subsides soon after delivery without any treatment You can send me a clear picture via online consultation so that I can assess the problem and give you a prescription
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Undergo glutathione therapy.. otherwise few creams also available...for detailed prescription do direct online consultation by sending photos.
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