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Skin problem after pregnancy, using candid soap and zoderm cream, dark pigmentation on neck. Medicine?

hi, i am 27 years, blessed wit a boy baby last month 16th, from my 6th month of pregnancy i had lot of skin problems. they are getting better now by using some soaps lik CANDIT and creams lik cetaphill and zoderm. one worst part which remains the same without reaction is the dark pigmentation in my neck . i am feelin sooooo bad to see me wit this skin tone. pls suggest me wit some high dose which can cure the pigmentation problem
Asked On : Sat, 9 Jun 2012
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Hi...dear darshini..,
Thanks for choosing HCM..,
I gone through Ur query..,
In pregnancy., fungal infections and pigmentary changes ..,
are common due to precipitated factors like..Increased Blood sugar.,
levels in the blood and hyperpigmentation, due to accumulation of..,
Melanocytes in the skin folds..,
But these are temporary and due to Hormonal changes..,
After delivery all titres will come to normal levels..,'
So these changes are slowly comes down..,
However, U try for...,
1) Apply Morning times ...Sunscreen lotion on affected part.,
2) Night times use Moisturizing cream with Kojic and vit C..,
3) Cap...Vit E (EVION 400) alternatives for 15 days..,
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