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Brown/black spots on lower legs

Dear Sir
That my nieces age 36 years is suffering from some brown / black spots on her legs as image attached with it. She has no pain or itching over it but it looks very odd. So she feels guilty herself.
One thing I will to share you that she has used BLEACHing powder to clear her skin. After that the same problem has arose . I have given her SULPHUR 200 for a week but no improvement has shown . You are therefore requested to pl. suggest some homeopath medician.
  yogesh baijal on 2017-11-12
This is just a forum. Assume posts are not from medical professionals.
She needs to go to a dermatologist to give facts on what the spots really are.-in order to see what medicine is correct. There was a person on forum-
Where image actually showed up and 4 homeopaths all had a different opinion of what they were. Get an expert to look-
You will save time and not be at effect of wrong meds.
[Edited by simone717 on 2017-11-12 16:56:25]
simone717 5 years ago
Respected Sir
Inform you that she has also concern the DERMATOLOGIST and remain under his treatment but no improvement appear i.e she is more interested to take homeo treatment . I will be much obliged if you may very kindly suggest some homeo medicine .
yogesh baijal 5 years ago
What does the dermatologist say the spots are?
Remedies and treatment will be based around that information.
simone717 5 years ago

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