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Had eczema, lips started giving very white and black spots. What may be the cause?

hello, im 22 years old female, i had eczema since i was 7 years old but i got better and it turned into food allergy. last year my lips started giving very white and black spots on my whole lips and its really embarrassing i have to do strong lipsticks to hide it, went to many doctors and didn't give a clear answer nor any treatment for it and it keeps getting worst by time,, what should i do ? what may be the cause?
Asked On : Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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be sure it is milk allergy
stop all milk anddiary products
stop using mustard coconut walnut groundnut almonds soya oils
use olive for application and cooking
non toxic soaps creams shampoo
yu will be kay after 3 months wont need any medicine
for reatment get blood serum tested for milk wheat potato specific antibodies get results and go for desensitisaton therapy for food allergies
Answered: Sat, 13 Apr 2013
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