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kamaraan
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by kamaraan on Sun Aug 06, 2023 5:55 pm

Skin condition on face

Hi all,
I've been suffering from a skin condition on my face for almost a year and am really getting worn down trying different treatments.
I would like to attach a picture of one side of my face and would appreciate if anyone can assist in determining what this condition is and a treatment or prescribed medication that would help..
It is really effecting my health, appearance and mental health. However I am unable to attach photos at the moment but would be able to email them directly 🥺🥺

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by talkhealth on Tue Aug 08, 2023 5:26 pm

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Hello - we have a General Skin clinic running in September where there is a panel of dermatologists who will be able to offer you some help - so please feel free to post again into the clinic once it is open - details may be found here. https://www.talkhealthpartnership.com/c ... ditions-23 Please also feel free to send the photos to us at the same time if you are still unable to post- info@talkhealthpartnership.com

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by talkhealth on Wed Sep 06, 2023 5:36 pm

Re: Skin condition on face

Hello - please note that our skin clinic with experts is currently now open - with the British Skin Foundation between 4th - 25th September.

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by advhccenter on Wed Apr 17, 2024 10:24 am

Re: Skin condition on face

What are the side effects of skin sicknesses?

Stained skin patches (unusual pigmentation).
Dry skin.
Open bruises, injuries or ulcers.
Stripping skin.
Rashes, potentially with irritation or torment.
Red, white or discharge filled knocks.
Layered or unpleasant skin.

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