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What are these tiny white spots on my legs ?

i am 25 having tiny white spots on my legs . from what disease iam suffering from i am 25 having tiny white spots on my legs . from what disease i am suffering from.
Mon, 25 Apr 2011
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Hi Kanchan, Welcome to HealthcareMagic Forum.
Having white Spots is not a Issue for concern. You should get yourself examined by a Dermatologist to rule out if you have Eczema, Fungal Infection, Leucoderma or Psoriasis. See your Doctor immediately if they increase in size or Number.
Good Luck and Take Care.
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