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Hi guys

ive post a picture of my **** on a website to show u the problem clear, check out this http://www.flickr.com/photos/84521002@N06/7738385252/

as u see the skin damaged, now it shot a white thing which i think is from underskin of the skin.. please i want restore normal skin on that how can i fix this problem?.. please some help me what can i do? ive contact alot doctors but they would be amatuer and says dont know :(..

feedback would be really appreciate thank you!
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Hi there!

The picture does not seem to be clear and it would be difficult to make a diagnosis based on the picture alone, though similar texture could be seen in infections, inflammations, scarring, subcutaneous fibrosis etc. I would suggest getting this evaluated by a dermatologist for an accurate diagnosis and appropriate management.
Hope this helps.

Take care!
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Hi doctor.

I need help. Sorry that i did long time to answer you, ive been stressed and depression im still it now. Skin was burn notning skin on that what dermatolog can restore skin wont dó it? Ive visit 3 difference dermatologists, and they says that rare problem and didnt know how heal skin. But already gave up no still hope and iam alive, dó you know any professional dermatolog or any into skin specialist offer mé to visit or contact? Two options i had been thinking would resolve the problem is 1. Dermatolog 2. Maybe permanent spray color skin? Greeting sadman
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