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How to remove chicken pox marks? - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 21-Feb-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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User:I have a question regarding my skin
User:i had chicken pox 2 years back
User:there is one mark left on my skin
User:i would like to remove it
User:what can i do?
Doctor:Where is it?
User:on my left arm
User:i visited my family doctor
User:she removed it but cutting it
User:but after healing it is become bigger than it was
User:the size is increased
Doctor:There is one way to diminish it
Doctor:But I am afraid it is hard to remove it
User:is there any cream which can be used to remove it?
User:what is the procedure ?
Doctor:You can try skin peeling
Doctor:specifically on the spot
Doctor:But you will need to do it under supervision of a dermatologist
User:can u suggest a dermatologist in my area?
Doctor:There are many types of medicines that can be used for the purpose
Doctor:Where are you located?
User:my area pin code is 421202
Doctor:I am not aware of mumbai area
Doctor:You can search for doctors at the following link
User:it is in India
User:no problem
Doctor:I meant the doctors in your area
User:can u help me with the same of cream?
Doctor:There are many creams
User:skin peeling cream
Doctor:salicylic acid can cause mild peeling
Doctor:sulphur ointment can cause moderate peeling
Doctor:sulphur ointment will be prescribed by a dermatologist
Doctor:Mostly these scars also disappear with time
Doctor:Do not try these creams if the area is raw due to the procedure done
Doctor:So you need to consult a dermatologist
User:so i need to apply once in a day?
Doctor:twice a day
User:how to use it?
User:apply and wash the cream or leave it as it is?
Doctor:It just need to be applied and kept for the day
Doctor:There may be other options too
Doctor:So its better to see a dermatologist to check which one is best for you
User:sure, i will consult a doctor.
User:thanks for the information
Doctor:Thanks for consulting
Doctor:Take care
User:can i end the chat?
User:thank u
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