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Blackish skin on chin with white pot on lips. Used malaglow. Is it pigmentation or fungal infection?

hello and gud evening sir i have blackish skin on my chin i guess its a pigmentation and i have consulted dermatologist .she suggested me to use MELAGLOW cream , i have oily skin so she asked me 2 use GORGEOUS face wash and i have a white spot near 2 my lips z it a fungal infection for that she said me 2 use PACROMA. are they all appropriate ... shud i continue???? all of them
Asked On : Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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How long are you having the white spot near the lip and black discoloration on your chin?
If the white spot is congenital (from birth), then it is less likely to be a fungal infection.
For exact charaterization of the lesions, a biopsy is required.
You can undergo a biopsy after consultation from your dermatologists.

Take care
Answered: Thu, 23 Aug 2012
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