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Blister due to burn, turned into horrible white patch. Will it go away itself ?

i burnt my leg with a iron and at first there was a blister. the blister went and now my skin has this horroble white patch its big and it looks really bad. my skin doesnt hurn anymore it just like its normal besides that massive white patch on my skin im really scared that it wont go away its been 2 months now and its steel there. please please tell me that it will go away is there anything i can do please help me.
Asked On : Mon, 8 Apr 2013
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Hi..thanks for writing here.In any case of burn there is initial a blister formation,which fades away and developing either a black spot or a white patch as in your case.You can just start applying placentrex gel in morning followed by sun exposure and momate cream at night along with a multivitamin tablet daily at night,for one month.If there is slight pigmentation in it then continue with placentrex gel four days in a week and momate cream 2 days in a week till complete repigmentaion occurs,but if still no repigmentation after one month then better consult a dermatologist .You can also go for surgical treatment like punch grafting or suction blister directly if you want faster results. Take care.
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