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Quick question - I see a dermatologist for skin check ups but just wanted to double check this (i got a bit paranoid about my skin and skin eancer). I have oily skin and quite a lot of sebaceous ...

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Quick question - I see a dermatologist for skin check ups but just wanted to double check this (i got a bit paranoid about my skin and skin eancer). I have oily skin and quite a lot of sebaceous ...

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Hi, I have quiet a few sebaceous hyperplasia on my forehead. Some look like tiny craters .../pore in the center. Is this still a sebaceous hyperplasia or maybe a milia cyst . As it seems to contain a substance ...

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syndromes, Lynch Syndrome and Muir Torre. I was recently diagnosed with sebaceous hyperplasia on my face ... and sebaceous hyperplasia are benign and common in the general population, I ran across some articles ...

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sebaceous hyperplasia on my face, as diagnosed by my dermatologist ), and I unfortunately consulted Dr ...

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Hi, I had a wire needle biopsy on Monday because of Atypical Ductal Hyperplasia . I should get ... and is talking about Estrogen Blockers. I am very aprehensive about those and wonder if they are warrented ...

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I have recently been diagnosed with endometrial hyperplasia (EH). I ve changed my HRT and decided to treat this condition with 200mg of Progesterone, daily and no estrogen for a 3 month period, with re ...

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dear doctors, t seems that i have a sebaceous hyperplasia , enlarged oil gland and is rapidly multiplying. is there any internal problem associated which is causing this? I have done a number of research ...

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I have sebaceous hyperplasia in and around the genital area. I have tried soaking in a warm/hot bathtub and exfoliating/scrubbing the area for one month. This did not work and caused skin irritation ...

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said Scarring would be more unsightly than mole. I left dissatisfied. He never mentioned sebaceous hyperplasia . But now I think that is my condition. My questions? Does sebaceous hyperplasia lead to cancer ...

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. I thought that if I had a complete hysterectomy why do I need to take estrogen. I am now 61. Many symptons i have look like they are related to lack of estrogen. Do I still need to take estrogen ...

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I have just received a diagnosis of complex hyperplasia. Had a D&C last week. Am 72 years old and in excellent health. I will be getting two opinions next week from urogynocologists as to the next steps. What ...

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Hello, I am 38 yrs age and my Endometrial thickness measures 11.7 mm with a simple cyst of 3.7 by 2.7 on the right side. My period was late by 2.5weeks and now since then continuous bleeding for the last 9days but lighter than a normal period....

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Yes, can you please explain Reactive Lymphoid Hyperplasia . My 16 yr. old had a biopsy done on a spot by her eye that she has had for about 9 weeks and I was told this is what ...

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I have been prescribed Progesterone 200mcg pills daily to help thin uterine lining. My understanding was that this only had positive effects with increased mood, etc. But I appear to be having negative effects. Is there bloodwork I can do to...

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Hello It is benign lesion but sometimes permanent scarring occur due to treatments. First do biopsy to rule out cancer. Do cryotherapy or laser or cauterization or photodynamic therapy or chemical treatment or excision. Tab isotretinoin for 6 weeks orally is also effective but take it after propet consultations. Say thanks if helpful to you. Take care...

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Hello and welcome to HCM, Benign Prostatic hyperplasia (BPH) is characterized by urinary symptoms of frequency, urgency and nocturia. Initially these urinary symptoms are controlled by drugs. Alpha blockers are most common group of drugs prescribed for BPH. When the hyperplasia reaches certain level, the enlarged gland is removed surgically by a procedure called transuretheral resection. Thanks