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Hyper-pigmentation, biopsy showed melanphages on dermis. No improvement with medicines. Help?

i m suffering from hyperpigmentation since 6 months, the spots have increased, my doctor did a biopsy and all they found was post inflammatation hyperpigmention, the results say that they found melanphages on the superficial layer of the dermis . i never got pimples , had a clear face till now but all of a sudden i m gettin these black spot..nothing seems to be working..
Asked On : Tue, 4 Dec 2012
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This is typically melasma which you have developed following inflammation over the same area. If the affected area does not respond to application of creams like tretinoin along with hydroquinone then you can go ahead with a Q-switched Nd:YAG laser therapy to lighten the regions but it might require more than a single session to get adequate results.
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