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Allergy after application of dye - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   how can I help you
User :   Sir, I have got a white patch on moustache region (right side above the upper lip) due to allergic reaction after applying a dye to moustache. It happened a 4 months ago. I stopped applying dye. And I did not use any topical or any medicine for this patch. It appears slightly reddish like vitiligo. Kindly suggest some treatment.
Doctor :   For Administrative and health purposes, Please provide these details -Age: Gender: Occupation: Location: Marital Status: Dependents: Yes/ No.
User :   My age is 53 years. I am proprietor of xxxxx (xxxxx). Married. Lives in xxxxx(
User :   I have two children of ages 19 and 16
Doctor :   Since it is an allergic reaction
Doctor :   it should fade off on its own
Doctor :   within in next two to three months
Doctor :   If not you have to see a dermatologist
Doctor :   for further
Doctor :   treatment sinc ethe cause may not be allergic
User :   Sir, but it did remain so for the past 4 months without any imporovement ??
Doctor :   it could not be an allergic reaction then
Doctor :   Is it conspicously seen
User :   the color of the patch is like the inner layer of the skin and quite different from my normal skin
Doctor :   you have to see a dermatologist to know the exact cause
User :   Thank you very much sir. I do visit a Dermatologist as suggested by you. Thank you!!
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Doctor :   Thanks it would be good if you can come back and tell the doc opinion
Doctor :   so that we can guide yu further
Doctor :   oK
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