Posted 11 January 2014 - 08:04 PM
Posted 18 January 2014 - 06:04 PM
Post a pic. No one can help you if we can't see them. Shouldn't that be obvious? For all we know, you could be talking about boxcars because you might not know how to diagnose yourself. Just post a pic, and then I'll get back to you.
Posted 18 January 2014 - 06:07 PM
Yeah pictures would help us to see whats really going on. The good news is that redness is easier to treat than actual scars. Go to a different dermatologist if need be and see what that one has to offer. I had to learn that going through many different doctors and dermatologists was the way to go. Although, the nature of your red marks seems quite odd to me but I am no professional. I think priority number one is finding the right derm to get down to business and figure out why your marks are getting worse, morphing to bigger sizes and what not. After the problem is corrected you can then start to receive treatments to fade anything that is leftover. The one thing acne has taught me is that if you want something improved you have to go to hell and back to fix it. Once i have my acne cured and my scars improved to the point where they can not get any better, there is NOTHING in life that i can face that was more horrible than my acne war. So, while I hate acne, it has taught me a valuable lesson that I think I needed anyway.
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