My name is Milos and I live in Serbia.
I was born with a small white spot on my back.
But last year few more white spots came on my back and chest.
They grew a little bit and they are now 2 cm wide.We thought it is from the sun but then we went to the doctor and he said it might be from the stress or I have less pigments on my skin.
He gave me a medicine ''Lotion Melagenina Plus''.
I was using it but nothing happened.
Also doctor said it might go off after Puberty.
Do you have some suggestions to take off that white spots?
My name is varun and I live in india.
Mongolian blue spots on my back.
But last year few more white spotsBirthmarks - pigmented
Measles, koplik spots - close-up
Mongolian white spots came on my back and chest.
They grew a littleLittle noses decongestant
Little tummys bit and they are now 2 cm wide
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