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Attn: Kadwa/Rishimba: Suffering from Acanthosis Nigricans on Forehead

Hello,

Need your kind help in resolving the Issue I have with Acanthosis Nigricans on my forehead for last 4-5 years only. Before that I did not have any such problems. My age is 38 years now.

It has only increased in darkness on forehead with time. I am obese, around 140Kgs. My weight has increased over the last few years, but have been obese since childhood.

I am a vegetarian, and only eat eggs. I smoke frequently, and drink seldom nowdays (used to drink very frequently for couple years before last year).

Would request your help to get my problem resolved. I have been to allopathy doctors, and all they have prescribed is topical steroids and glycolic acid, which has done nothing much help, except reducing the patch on forehead to a smaller size, and increase in redness around, but as soon as i leave applying the creams, my forehead again fills with darkness.

Looking forward to your help. Please help me here.

Just to add more, I am diabetic since 2011, and have High BP since then.
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  parshuram on 2015-06-11
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
Please respond anyone...
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