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Question: My body does not have same color


 lulu_caty - Mon Sep 07, 2009 2:01 am

First let me thank you for giving us ur valuable time,

My Question will be about that my body does not have same color since birth, which mean all my front body is white but my back side is alittle bit differnet, around black color specially my booty( This skin look like a dead skin and does not affect when I hit or become red) and I don't know why this is my first question My second question if there is a trust and sure way to occur

Sorry my English is alittle bit weak but really I trust you and I nead advise
 Dr.M.jagesh kamath - Mon Sep 14, 2009 3:49 am

User avatar Hello,The body pigmentation varies even in normal persons in different locations.Like for example the gluteal area being more pigmented.However dry skin on the back may be a sign of vitaminA deficiency.Do take more carrots,pappaya and yellow fruits.

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