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10 weeks pregnant, white patches on forehead, dry skin, chronic eczema, dark forehead skin. Treatment?

hi i m a 33 years old women high 165 cm weight 67 kg and i m around 10 weeks pregnant recently i had white pale patches on forehead and i don t know what cause them they are 3 spots above Eyebrow but the hair inside them still black and you can t see them clearly in sun light i m so worried i don t know what they are and if they related to pregnancy or not and also i have a very dry skin and a Chronic eczema on my hands and my face but those spots not itchy or red they are just lighter than other skin and my forehead is darker than my whole face so please help me with any information i m realy depressed and down because i think about those spots all the time . thank you
Asked On : Mon, 8 Oct 2012
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
thereare ue to hamonal changes in pregnancy

the eczema or allergies increases when a person of allergy is started with calcium iron vitamins and diet suppliments
you use medicines strictly
add anti allergic ointments on allergic hands
on fore head the spots add pigment forming ointments

control with ointments and creams during pregnancy and gt treated after the pregnancy for the symptomps those are left
Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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Dermatologist Dr. R.G. Joshi's  Response

Thanks for writing here.

White spots on forehead are because of eczema.

It can be due to dry skin.

Dandruff in hair also can cause such type of patches.

Do not apply harsh soap over affected area.

You can just apply a combination of moisturizer over the patches for few days.

Applying a mild steroid like hydrocortisone will also help.

Hope this will help you.Take care.
Answered: Thu, 29 Aug 2013
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