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Moles, blemish, spots on my skin. HELP!

Dear Doctors and especially Dear Dr Sharma.

Please help me with this.

Today I was starting to practice yoga in my room. It is a very sunny day and I started to have a look at my skin.

I have realized that I have some moles (black, darker and lighter brown) on my body, near the genitals and on my legs. They are flat and from 1 millimetre to 3 or 4 millimetre. I also have some blemishes/spots that look like a mole but they are lighter in consistency, like a shadow. But looking at my skin over the sunlight I realized that some moles have changed slightly over the time and I can also see some new ones.

Basically I am upset not only about those moles but also about those blemishes. I am not talking about esthetics, I am more concerned they might develop in something else.

So, please help me with this with a remedy.

I am 34, male, black hair, mediterranean race, normal skin, quite dry hair, some hair fall. I am a person who enjoy doing a lot of things in his life, I like being busy all the time. Sometimes I'm anxious. Very often on my own thougths.

I have already been cured a cyst with a homeopathic remedy (see forum) which worked perfectly. So, I trust homeopathy to literally ELIMINATE all of those bad moles and spots.

A huge thank you for considering my post.

I'm ready to report as usual.
  Taurus75 on 2009-11-07
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
ps. I also have a darker spot on my back. I think it is hyperpigmentation. It is big like a credit card more or less. thanks
Taurus75 last decade

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