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Suffering from fever. Taken medication, black mark below lips. Treatment for mark?

Hello sir, I have a problem that once I take a tablet for fever and it caused me alergytic.. I consult a doctor and he said I am alergytic to quinolone antibiotics .. After that there is a black mark below my lips .. It happened one year ago. Till now that black mark is there. Is there any solutions for avoiding that mark.... ?
Asked On : Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Jul 2012
Hi there Arun.

Dermatology is sadly a very visual field & as such, one would prefer a clear digital image of the lesion & you may upload it on this HCM website using the upload data icon to the right of your screen.

You may alternatively try to use a Kojic acid based cream in the evenings & a sunscreen in the mornings for best reults providing you are not allergic to any of the creams components.

Remember to use the sunscreen from dawn to dusk & reapply when sweating or bathing or washing & to be applied each 3-4 hrs..else the pigment lightening cream will cease to be effective.

Good luck & here's to a clear skin soon!

Dr Praveen Rodrigues MD

Answered: Mon, 26 Nov 2012
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