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Many increasing cysts in epidermis, can only feel it. How to prevent it ?

Hi Doctor, I have a problem, in my epidermis there are so many cysts . it is a spherical formation, there is no pain or sansation in it. it could not see this. but i can feel it by touching. i consult the same with an neurologist few year back. he told me it is genetical and it would not create any problem in future. at that there were 6-10 cyst were in my body. right they are incresing in no. i have around 40 cyst in my body. i am 28 years old right no. if it will increase like this than after few years it will become many. my query is. what are these? how can i prevent them to increase ? is there any method to get red of them ?
Asked On : Fri, 15 Feb 2013
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Hi, thanks for posting

From the infomation provided by you , you may be having Multiple neurofibromas

they are genetically inherted, and are usually asymtomatic, and do no harm ,that is why they are left as such

they can cause anxiety and cosmetic concern , they can continue to increase in number.
there is no medicine to prevent its increase,

They can be removed surgically

you may refer a neurologist to confirm the diagnosis by an excision biopsy

Hope this answers your query
Answered: Tue, 19 Feb 2013
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