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Child has Uticaria Pigmentos. How to remove the black spot immediately?

Hi doctor my child age 1.5 yrs old has urticaria pigmentos. what to do to remove black spot from skin immediately. i concerned skin specialist MD but told me wait & watch when age increses the spot remove automatically from skin. Do u have any fast relief treament fo that ? If u have please suggest me. My cell no is +0000
Asked On : Wed, 27 Mar 2013
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Urticaria pigmentosa most commonly affects young children.
The good news is that childhood urticaria pigmentosa usually, but not always, resolves by adolescence.
Apart from antihistamine medicines, there are certain specialized treatment available like Ultraviolet light treatment, Potent steroid creams & Laser.
Each of these modes has pros & cons which must be taken into consideration.
Consider discussing these treatment modalities with your skin doctor & leave him to decide.
Otherwise the only way to remove those black spots immediately is by using camouflage make-up.
Hope you find the information useful.
Answered: Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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