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Colitis, chickenpox, scabs and scars on face, body. Taking acyclovir, antioxidants. Treatment?

hi! Doctor, my name is CCCCC n i m a medical student since i have finished my 8th semester from abroad i came CCCC to visit my parents n then 3 days later i have been diagnosed with collitis the aftr 1 week i caught chickenpox and now it has been 16 days all scabs have been fallen but my condition was so severe that ? Got abt 300 blisters i had been on acyclovir and then antibiotics n nw on antioxidents pls help me as i m in depression abt scars and pits on my face n body pls help me!i m female 23 yrs old!
Asked On : Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Dear gunjan, Do not worry i understand at 23, life seems disastrous with scars but with time, these scars will get better. Having said that, please note all scars need to be evaluated by treating cosmetologist/dermatologist & different plans need to be drawn up depending on the type of scar, pigmentation etc. As you are a medical student, please approach your dermatology professor/lecturer & am sure they will do the best for you. Alternatively, you are most welcome to send me photographs of your predicament & can see what best i can recommend for you & the actual treatment can be done by some cosmetologist close to your port of residence with your parents' approval et al. A healthy splash of an aloevera cream liberally on your skin daily will help in the long run & make sure to hydrate well both internally & externally. Regds & hope it turns out well soon for you & the glow returns to your skin. Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD Dermatologist & Cosmetologist, Bangalore, India
Answered: Thu, 26 Jul 2012
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