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Hand skin turning black, itching, over growth of hair. What is this disease? Any solution?

hi, Iam a student.I have a fair complexion . but some part of my skin on my hand became black in color, itching there and over growth of hair there ( the hair of that part is stronger like a hair on head) compared to remaining skin of the hand. the itching effect is increasing, the black coloration and hair growth are spreading rapidly. what is this disease? have any solution for this disease?
Asked On : Tue, 19 Mar 2013
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Hello, It seems that you are having pigmented hairy nevus. But , as you complain of itching , it may be lichen simplex chronicus. .. dry tough eczema. Take antihistaminic tab. to relieve itching. Still you consult dermatologist for perfect diagnosis and possible treatment. If it is nevus, just accept it. If it is eczema, local steroids, oral steroids in tapering dose should be the treatment. ... Best wishes.
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