Hyper pigmentation is a common, usually harmless condition in which patches of skin become darker in color than the normal surrounding skin. This darkening occurs when an excess of melanin, the brown pigment that produces normal ski..."
Cheilitis is a condition involving inflammation of the lip. It is associated with Vitamin B12 deficiency, iron deficiency anemia etc.
So, the fact that you are taking the B12 shots cannot be the cause for it.
It could be due to ..."
I have been coughing hard for months, coughing up phlegm, runny nose, watery eyes, I think it's an allergy or maybe some flu symtoms but I never had allergies before, it might be allergy to pets, my neighbor has two dogs. I'm planning a trip to see my doctor, I'm taking some allergy meds, they help some.
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Hello Doc. I wanted to check regarding the Lump just under my Penis Head. Mine is circumcised. & I am 37 yr married male. I noticed it just recently.
Will it subside or do I need to show it to a doc. I am not easy with this sort of problem to go to a Doc. But will it be if any problem or wht.
Need your advice as I m concerned abt it.
IGH has not one thing to do with the sun,it simply becomes more apparent as you tan. It is the absense of melanin (color) just as it is when your hair turns gray. As we age we lose pigment an these small spots do increase each year as we age. They have proven that people who have nevere tanned still get them. Grafting of healthy pigmented skin has shown to help just as Cryotherapy. It will still continue to happen in other areas as you age. The assumption it happens because of the sun has no basis and is simply a guess from those who put little time and effort in to the actual cause which is simply age.
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