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White spot on nose since 7 days
I am 27. I got white spots under nose which I showed to do doctor. He said nothing to worry about nor he told me what was the problem. He just gave me an ointment and told me to apply for 3 months. The ointment is EUKROMA-AJ. I read about  it and it says it is for lightening the skin but I already have white spots how is it applicable here. I am concerned whether i should apply it or not.
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Don't worry...you are suffering from seborrheic dermatitis causing this white spots... 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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Hi...it would be a good idea to visit a proper dermatologist . Your dilemma can be sorted once I see you. Please visit lilavati hospital tomorrow morning or connect with me via Juvenis clinic in Santa Cruz west.  Don't apply eukroma as it is indeed for skin lightening.
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I think if it's a white spot better not to use ....re check with ur dermatologist what was the diagnosis and why it's used ....he should be explaining it to you
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we here can't make diagnosis just by history for this so don wanna comment about why it's given
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