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Spots on neck, forehead and ears. Cervix neck and womb removed due to cancer

I have been diagnosed with cervix cancer last August.I had hysterectomy in December 2011, my cervix neck and womb has been removed. I have been told by a dr i shouldn t suffer from any hormonal problems. for the last couple month I have been suffering with a real skin problems, a lots of spots around my neck , forehead and ears. i am 37 years old
Asked On : Wed, 19 Sep 2012
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I really appreciate your concern, the skin spots may not be due to hormone changes but most of the time it could be fungal infection or some time it could be allergic condition and it can be managed with both antifungal and antiallergic preparation like Miconazole plus Diphenhydramine lotion or cream but for sure it may not be hormone related condition hope this information helps.
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