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Change of oily skin to dry Skin - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   hi
Doctor :   how can i help u?
User :   Hello
User :   usually my skin used to be oily
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   ur age
User :   but for last 2-3 months it has become very very dry and most of the parts are itching..
User :   30
Doctor :   k
Doctor :   Skin texture is largely determined by genetic factors.
Doctor :   However, it is also determined by our diet and lifestyle.
User :   i used quadriderm in the beginning, later consulted a doctor who suggested few medicines along with two lotions. it worked to an extent..
Doctor :   k
User :   but not fully.
Doctor :   Since you have oily skin, you should try and wash your face with water and a mild soap often during the day.
User :   so really tensed what to be done.
User :   but now it is already dry skin for 2-3 months..
Doctor :   well there is no problems
User :   it looks like skabies
Doctor :   if u have now less oily skin
User :   even the doctor also saw and felt so.
Doctor :   yeah
User :   but what to do for that now..i m completely frustrated

Doctor :   well ur query is not claer
Doctor :   It shows you have moved away from the chat, so I close the window. Please log in again if you need further medical advice.
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