Hypopigmented lesion on forehead

Male/35 years Hypopigmented lesion on forehead since 4 months no itching no burning generals- appetite- decreased thirst- normal stool- constipated urine- normal desire-N.s Aversion- salty things thermals- chilly++ mentally he is irritable, angry at triffles, likes to be traveling always, frequent changing of jobs, gets bored quickly Suggest treatment doctors

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Pytriasis Versicolor.. A common fungal infection that causes small, discoloured patches of skin. Pityriasis versicolor is caused by an overgrowth of yeast ( Melassazia) on the skin. It most often affects teens and young adults. The condition isn't contagious.

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Hypopigmentation. With Acne Vulgaris. Pancha Tikta ghrita guggulu. Arogyavardhini Vati Giloya Ghan Vati Safi Syrup Pigmentosus tab.and Pigmento Ointment. Are helpful.

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Tinea Versicolor Simply observing the rash or using an ultraviolet light test can diagnose the condition. A combination of topical lotions, creams, shampoos, as well as pilled-medication, can be used to treat this condition.

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Sidhma? Avoid junk fermented packed and bakery products. Tab.Neem 2-0-2 Cutis oil for local application. Erandbhrushta haritaki with lukeworm water at bedtime.

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Pytriasis Versicolor

DD - Vitiligo?
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Vitiligo Ars alb 30 Ars sulph flavum 6x

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Cutis oil locally and tablet orally.

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Dx Vitiligo ?

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Agree with Respected Dr. Kedareshwar Pancholi Sir.

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Krimighna, followed by sthanika Lepa of Gandhaka taila.

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