Scars Become Black Spots?

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good afternoonu003cbru003i mao tya is it true that if we have wounds on our bodies then we like to eat sour/sour fruit that can make our wounds become black spots? myths what facts docu003cbru003eu003cbru003e

1 Answer:

Dear Hassan,

When an injury occurs, there is actually an inflammatory mechanism behind it. This can be seen from around the wound that looks reddish due to the accumulation of inflammatory cells and dilates blood vessels. These inflammatory cells aim to prevent infection from occurring in the wound, as well as help close the wound with the help of the blood clotting system. However, when the wound has healed, it is not uncommon for the scar to leave a slightly dark spot which may be cosmetically disturbing. This condition is basically known as post-inflammatory hyperpigmentation/inflammation which is normal for many people, without the need to be influenced by the intake of sour and sour fruit. These black scars usually fade on their own, but it will take time. If you feel uncomfortable, then you can see a doctor who has competence in the field of skin and aesthetics to help disguise it. Here we attach an article about hyperpigmentation. May be useful.

dr. N. K. Arief

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