hi i have a really serious problem my problem is that i am 24 years old asian my neack is almost black in colour but my skin colour is slightly brown i am an indian its not itchy or anything like that juts the skinisreally darkand you can notice it can you advise me andtell me what should i use.
I don't think your neck discoloration is a symptom of any neck problem. It sounds like it could be a common problem associated with PCOS..Polycystic Ovary Syndrome. It 'can' cause weight gain in the midsection, facial hair, discoloration/darkening of skin around neck and other body 'folds', elevated testosterone and irregular periods. Very common in young women. It has a host of other symptoms but these are pretty common ones. Might be something to look into. Good luck :)
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