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I experienced chronic itching recently when asleep which I

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I experienced chronic itching recently when asleep which I believe was stress-related. I'm over it now but it's left me with an imbalance of skin tones across my stomach, sides and back. Is there anything I can use to fade these marks as it's impacted by confidence massively!
JA: When did the itchiness first appear? Have you used any medication for this?
Customer: few months back and no
JA: Got it. Have you seen a dermatologist about the itchiness?
Customer: no
JA: Thank you so much for your time. Finally, is there anything else in your medical history you think the Dermatologist should know?
Customer: no
Customer: replied 10 days ago.
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Looks like healed scars secondary to scratching

The skin tone issue is probably secondary to damaged superficial sensory nerves damaged due to itching. Hopefully it should normalize

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Customer: replied 10 days ago.
thanks, ***** ***** anything I can do to fade these?