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Lower lip turning red, no pain, no swelling, dark complexion. Cure?

i have a problem with my lower lip: it does not hurt, it is not swollen but its been been turning red for the last 4 years or so. it stated from inside my inner lowe rlip and now slowly coming out. i am dark in complexion and my lips are a lighter shade of brown and this is further highlighting my problem. i need to take it back to its original state; what do i do?
Asked On : Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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Hi...dear fytzm..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
According to UR could be...VITILLIGO.,
it is depigmented , autosomal dominant with genetic .,
predisposition..,it is not curable....only can control.,
1) Use Clobetasol cream (TENOVATE-gsk).,
apply on affected part.,
2) Tab..Melanocyl ...alternative days 2tab..morning 9AM.,
2 hrs after exposure to sun.,
3) Avoid sour items...and sun exposure..,
it will take 6 months time to come normal side..,
if it is delay...go for Intralesional diluted steroid on affected part.,
will give good consult dermatologist....thanQ
Answered: Sun, 22 Apr 2012
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