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Intermittent Melasma and Hypersensitivity on Forehead (Dermatology)

Deepika Dixit., MBBS

 

Medical Case Details:

A 50-year-old female has hyperpigmentation on her cheeks, forehead, neck, and back of the neck. Since the last month or so, she has developed a sudden blister and itchy lesion on her forehead. She took tablets Prednisolone and Monticope for a week orally and Metronidazole cream. She got better by that, but again she developed itchiness on the forehead - on and off. I would be thankful if you could prescribe the best night or day cream with a high success rate for this condition.

 


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    Dr. Kamran Ashraf
    Homeopathic Physician

    Creams can cure externally only for proper cure of this condition give her oral medication. I can prescribe homeopathic medicine but it need sim more symptoms

    29.Jul, 04:50pm

    Dr. Deepika Dixit
    General Practitioner

    Thankyou Dr. ashraf i will appreciate it. thanks for responding. she is currently taking thyroxin 75 and telmesartan for HTN

    31.Jul, 11:22am

    Dr. Kamran Ashraf
    Homeopathic Physician

    Hello doctor,
    I recommend you to prescribe homeopathic medicine to the patient for this condition it will good result.
    you can prescribe these medicine
    1- Hepar Sulphur 30
    5 drops in 1/4 glass of water 3 time a day
    2- Sepia 30
    5 drops in 1/4 glass of water 3 time a day
    advice
    avoid chicken
    spicy food.
    hope for good result.

    07.Aug, 11:45am



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