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i am doing good. Hope everything good at your end too
Thanks for your patience.
I understand your concern. I reviewed the pictures, it seems like a harmless thing called DPN, its like a cyst containing dead skin cells(keratin). It can occasionally happen in children too , but is usually seen in adults. Some people refer to this also as a mole.
It may not require treatment, as it is of cosmetic significance. If it grows in size, removal can be considered, a dermatologist can bur it or freeze it off.
Though its nothing to be alarmed at the moment, I would still advise that once the pandemic settles, you could let a dermatologist check it with the dermatoscope , so he/she can see the deeper structures , which will give a clearer idea of how it is behaving and whether it has a deeper component.
Please let me know if you have any queries.
No, they are benign and harmless, only of cosmetic significance. Nothing to worry but I though that a baseline evaluation would be a good idea to have with your doctor, just to understand when to treat it in case it increases in size.
basically, these are just cysts which contain dead skin cells, they can occur occasionally as a result of sun exposure, usually they just occur without any reason in a child, in adults they occur as a part of aging change of the skin.
There is no cream that will really help to treat it.
yes in this picture, I can appreciate what she is referring to, which I could not see in other pictures, I checked them once again.
It could be slight inflammation in the region. I would advise the use of cortisone cream mixed with neosporin cream only once a day in that area for 3- 4 days, it should settle the inflammation.
no worries, in case you want to send me more, I will be happy to check them
Yes, that seems a likely explanation, The application of these creams should settle it down.
Sure, no worries