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Scar problem
I have hyperpigmentation in my inner thighs and due to over weight I used to get painful boils in my inner thighs. Now when i am getting towards healthy weight, the hyperpigmentation is decreasing but those boil marks are not healing . The scars are somehow swollen from the skin... I am attaching pictures . How to get rid of it?
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You are having Post Inflammatory Hyperpigmentation. There are various methods to treat it. Consult online
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It can be cleared...Undergo glutathione  therapy.. otherwise few creams also available...for detailed prescription do direct online consultation
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No need to worry.specific treatment is available.it depends on severity of the disease . Complete medical history is required.. Pls do online consultation with Dermatologist for detailed prescription & guidance.,
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End stage of scar development procedure based treatment required
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Kindly visit near by dermatologist clinic
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It has become a scar.. have to go for some procedures like laser
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