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... now i saw some brownish patches on his neck and on his belly.... ... (24 replies)
... I just read about a guy who had megaloblastic anemia with a low serum vitamin B12 level. He was subsequently diagnosed with vitamin B12 deficiency. ... (24 replies)
... I have it on my forehead. I just got it within the last few years (when my iron was low), but not sure if it has anything to do with it. I thought it was more my adrenal issues.... ~BOS~ (24 replies)

... e recent. It has gradually grown to involve a larger area, all the way to my wrist. I'd describe it as a series of interlocking lines with a few solid spots here and there. ... (24 replies)
... It seems that, for me, this issue is going to remain unresolved. It is summertime again, and the hyperpigmentation of the skin is back. It reappeared a couple of months ago. This time, both forearms have been affected in the same way and to the same extent. ... (24 replies)
... I've just read in a book about diabetes, written by a famous endocrinologist, that the darkened areas of skin on the neck, underarms and elsewhere are associated, among other things, with having high insulin levels and are very often a sign of PCOS. ... (24 replies)
... Yeah, and what a joke THAT was! Nobody "knew" anything. I have these strange white hypopigmentation spots and then hyperpigment ripples all over my body. No one really notices until I point it out to them. ... (24 replies)
... I guess not too many people run into these problems. It's good to know they are only superficial. Low iron can result in much more serious symptoms and irregularities. ... (24 replies)
... I hope for a quick resolution of your son's skin problems. The doctors never stop to amaze me with their statements, which, in some cases, are WAY out of line and unprofessional. I have witnessed this myself on occassion. It is not surprising that you are not thrilled with either doctor's attitude. ... (24 replies)
... Beautyofspeed, I'd rather drink the alcohol than rub it on!!! :D Just kidding!!! I don't drink much at all, because I take so many meds. I haven't thought of rubbing the discolored skin with alcohol. Thank you for your advice. I'll try it. I am sorry to hear the dermatologists haven't helped. Seems like I can save myself a trip to one. If this skin discoloration persists... (24 replies)
... beauty, I don't know what to think. No one seems to be paying any attention to it whatsoever. It is quite unsightly, especially under bright lights (as in an emergency department). I guess it is not a big deal compared to some other issues I am dealing with. The discoloration had come so suddenly, it appeared practically overnight. When I first noticed it, I thought I... (24 replies)
... I don't think iron overload would be an issue for me because I just got labs back and I am 12.9 hgb. and 13 ferritin. My "brown moon" is the exact color of the chelated iron tablets I have been taking. ... (24 replies)
... How interesting! I wonder what "iron deposits'' look like, how common they are, and in what anatomical region(s) of the body they usually occur? :confused: Are they a consequence of an iron overload? (24 replies)
... I just picked up this months issue of First magazine because it had an article of a woman who was having thyroid type issues and how she helped herself. To jump right to the point it turned out that she was actually deficient in Iodine. ... (24 replies)
... related. It would be so interesting to learn how and WHY it happens. And, most importantly, to find out how to GET RID of it!!!! ... (24 replies)
... I have freckles and moles all over my body. I had even started to get them on the palms of my hands. ... (24 replies)
... Quite a few people on the lyme's disease boards have low cortisol levels and similar symptoms...if you do an "advanced search" within the lyme boards you may see some similarities. ... (24 replies)
... you sound exactly like me. The funny thing is, I have just had my cortisol level tested and it came back OK. I wonder if there are any other tests we might be able to run to figure out if it is the adrenal gland gone haywire. ... (24 replies)
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... cross lines and other markings, that looked like it had been methodically painted on for some special occassion. It persisted for months. ... (24 replies)




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