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Male Chloasma or Melasma

Hi I m 28 Yrs old male. I am suffering from Melasma on face. I hv been in sun exposure for last 2 year. Also I would like to share I was taking baryta carb 200 for confidence now I hv stopped. Plz suggest me medicine for melasma & can I continue baryta carb with melasma treatment since I hv felt my confidence level which was at good level while taking baryta is now going down. Plzz reply
 
  Akki03 on 2016-02-23
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
I maybe able to help, check out my profile by clicking on my username.
 
fitness 4 years ago
Hii Fitness I hv gone through your profile n website Plz suggest medicine
 
Akki03 4 years ago
Please email me a picture of your face.
 
fitness 4 years ago
Dear Fitness I hv sent pic of melasma on your email payaftercure from my email rameshgiri Plz check & reply back.
 
Akki03 4 years ago
Hii Fitness m.not able to sign in since I hv entered wrong credential two three times n now blocked. What to do
 
Akki03 4 years ago
Try now
 
fitness 4 years ago
Not able to sign up again
 
Akki03 4 years ago
make username/pw again
 
fitness 4 years ago
Report emailed to you. Plz check n revert back.
 
Akki03 4 years ago

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