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Black marks on legs caused by chicken pox, itching, bumps on scratching. Treatment?

Please help me!! I have these old black marks on my legs caused by chicken pox when I was way younger..and now, it even worsened because I had some caused by mosquito bites.When my legs itch , it becomes red and it goes bumpy and i ll have scars.. It is totally freaking me out!! I can t wear short pants and skirts because it s not good to be seen.. Scars are not bumped.. They are like on the surface and my legs looks pretty dicolorated.. Help! I m pretty desperate..
Asked On : Mon, 19 Nov 2012
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dear leniebrinia,
your age please, and are you single or married? if recently married are you married or any plans of pregancy
well they are needed to suggest the remedies.
till then you need to apply a lot of mosturisers to make the skin soft
a well hydrated skin helps to heal the scars faster and decreases itching.

to help you from getting rid of your desperation please provide further inputs
dr amit
Answered: Thu, 22 Nov 2012
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