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Taking steroid. Skin reaction. On melalite. Sufficient?

Hello sir, I had a severe skin reaction while I was taking steriods for my eye treatment.. now after 6 months of that reaction my whole body skin is full of brown patches ..which looks very bad.. Doctor adviced me melalite 15 along with some vitamin tabletes.. Does these patches will disapper? Nd if yes then how much time it will take..i m using melalite from last one month..
Asked On : Sat, 16 Mar 2013
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Hello, Welcome to healthcare magic
From your description it could be fixed drug eruptions to some medicines you took during eye treament or something called Lichen planus pigmentosus.
I would recommend you to consult a dermatologist if you have not consulted one for accurate diagnosis. A skin biopsy will help in case of doubt.
Both conditions will take time for improvement ranging from months to years.
Hope this helped.
Take care
Answered: Tue, 11 Jun 2013
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