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Best possible ways to remove blemishes due to chicken pox - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi.
User :   i want to know the best way possible to remove blemishes or dark spots caused by chicken pox
Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help you
User :   i'm 17 yrs old, female, XXX, 115 pounds
Doctor :   it will fade away with time
Doctor :   how many months back u had chickec
Doctor :   chicken pox
User :   couple years ago
Doctor :   ok
User :   when i first got it, i was told that it would fase away in couple months but the years have passed and their still here
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   it will take some time
Doctor :   6- 1 years in some cases
User :   i had it about 6 years ago when i was in secondary school
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   r u using any medicine or creams to lighten them
Doctor :   have tried any creams so far
User :   i was using cocoa butter
Doctor :   ok
Doctor :   did this give u any relief
User :   no
Doctor :   u can use XXXlotion
Doctor :   sorry when u have active infection
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Doctor :   hi
User :   hellp
User :   hello
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