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Melanie deposition in the corners of the nose. Is it because of hormone imbalance ?

Melanie deposition in the corners of the nose is it because of harmons imbalance. How to know it is due to harmons imbalance and after medication if the problem is not corrected that mean the hormons imbalance is not corrected.
Asked On : Mon, 7 Mar 2011
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Homeopath 's  Response
welcome, there is no specific theory that hyper pigmentation only due to hormonal disturbance, please specify some more symptoms with your age and area covered by hyper pigmentation
Answered: Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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Ayurveda Specialist Dr. Rajesh Lakhanpaul's  Response
dear shejal
The first thing to be clear is whether it i melanin deposits or it is just blemeshes which also darken th skin. In both these cases Ayurveda recommends blood purifiers and some iron based compounds. I recommend you to have tab. allerin and tab. punarnava mandur 1 bd.
Answered: Thu, 14 Apr 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Swati Ramkumar's  Response
Hello Shejal,
Melanin is the pigment which determines the skin color. An increase in the production of these pigments or concentration in a particular area, reflects in the form of brownish areas on the nose, cheeks, upper lip, forehead .
This increase in the pigmentation can happen under the influence of hormones, in females who take contraceptive pills, underlying thyroid disorders or rarely due to allergic reactions to cosmetics or certain medications.
Also Post Inflammatory Hyper pigmentation following any kind of skin conditions like acne, eczema etc., can also be mistaken for melasma. Actinic lichen planus also needs to be ruled out for which a detailed history is required .

It is very important to identify the cause of the pigmentation in order to treat as the scope of treatment depends on the diagnosis.
Hence it would be helpful, if you visit a dermatologist and get the diagnosis, after which homeopathy can be started .

In the meanwhile-
1) Avoid going out in the sun during the afternoons
2) Use a sunscreen, every time you leave the house.
3) Use adequate protection like sun glasses, scarf etc., when going out
4)Rule out any other symptoms, if any

Hence it is not necessary that the hyper pigmentation is always due to hormonal imbalance. Depending on the cause, the treatment and the results would vary.
Answered: Tue, 17 May 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Rangadhar Satapathy's  Response
Hi shejal
welcomes to healthcare magic forum
Hypermelanosis not only due to hoirmonal imbalnces but other factors are also associated like any dermatitis condition , chronic stress condition which stimulate the melanocyte-stimulating hormone (MSH), acne
the hormonal causes of hyperpigmentation associated with estrogen and progesterone effect, thyroid disorders, adrenal insuficiency.
Better consult to any dermatologist to evaluate the case and for proper treatment.
Thank you
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Answered: Wed, 13 Apr 2011
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