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Pigment marks

Asked for Female, 32 years

I had Lichen planus about 2 years ago. The itch is gone but there are pigment marks are there. The doctor said it would take 4-6 months but it's been a year and they still haven’t faded. Any suggestions.

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Family Physician - Karachi

Dear Patient,

Try applying organic vitamin E oil to these marks regularly. These may help the marks in fading.

You can choose from a detailed list of Doctors treating this condition from the following link:

You can seek further professional help from the below recommended Specialists:

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