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Suggest treatment to remove chicken pox marks - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 06-Apr-2014
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Very Good Posted in: Skin Hair and Nails
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Practicing since : 2009
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Doctor:good morning
User:Hi good morning Doctor
User:few days back i had chicken poz,now i feel better.Please suggest me any cream to remove the scar marks
Doctor:Are you applying calamine lotion?
User:yes lacto calamine
Doctor:has the skin lesions healed now?
Doctor:is there any fluid filled blister left?
User:no blisters left,expect for some in the legs
Doctor:all right
Doctor:Continue to apply calamine lotion all over for one more week
Doctor:Then you can start using cream like Mederma skin care for scars
Doctor:That should take care of the scars
Doctor:all right?
User:ok doctor..and I have weakness also..should i take vitamin suppliments to take care of the same?
Doctor:Yes sure
Doctor:You can take it
User:ok doctor thanks a lot for your advice
Doctor:do you have any of the supplement at home?
Doctor:Do you need the brand name?
User:yes please
Doctor:Capsule Becosule
Doctor:Tablet Cobadex CZS
Doctor:Zincovit is one other
Doctor:These are few brand names
Doctor:You can get them over the counter at the pharmacy
Doctor:Wish you fast recovery and good health
User:Thanks doctor for your advice
User:bye
Doctor:You are welcome
Doctor:Bye
Doctor:Good day!
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