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Discolouration near eye, taking HCQS, efficort cream, patches on forehead spreading, itchy and rough skin

From jan 2012 there has been a slight discoloration near eye around 1 cm dia. Doctor advised HCQS , Efficort cream and sunkare lotion. The discoloration which had started peeling off had stopped and it became slightly darker than my skin tone Ten days back on my forehead a shiny patch occured looking as if a wound is getting healed.. it slowly became big. and started spreading above my eyebrows.. First there is itchiness then skin becomes rough, then it starts peeling and finally its shiny new skin very contrast to my skin tone.. it seems to spread.. Doctor again asked me to continue HCQS 200mg in the morning along with sunkare lotion and efficort cream Please advise
Asked On : Thu, 24 May 2012
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Hi ,how are you ? Blackening around eyes now a days a very common occurring thing in woman but there are so many reasons have been found ,In many of my patients I have found following things
1. Lack of sleep ,late nights ,watching TV for long hours ,early morning awakening .
2. Hate for Milk ,dark green leaves vegetables
3. Mental tensions etc.
you will have to rectify your mistakes in above stated regards , certain medicines like Wonder Eye ,Eyederm lotion also effective in this case .
HCQS is a good drug to prevent hype pigmentation but under supervision of your dermatologist ,for diffuse hyper pigmentation there are many drugs . Peeling following skin lightning agents is a common phenomena .you may also opt for Glycolic acid peel by your dermatologist .
Answered: Thu, 7 Jun 2012
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