Idiopathic guttate hypomelanosis: Skin disorder that causes small lesions on exposed areas of the skin, such as the face and neck
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29 years old very depressed and insecure about these IGH spots dermatologist has nothing for me no meds no hope nothing. At least with vitiligo they have treatments and the patches are even and most of the time u can point out if someone has it. But with IGH the spots are everywhere and the small it looks like I'm infected 😩😩😔😔😔
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