In most cases, your doctor can confirm that you have sun-damaged skin simply by examining the area. Often a biopsy is done to rule out skin cancer in a patch of actinic keratosis. In a biopsy, a small piece of skin is removed and examined in a laboratory.
The painful redness of sunburn will fade within a few days, provided that you do not re-expose your injured skin to the sun without using a sunblock or sunscreen. Some sun damage is permanent, although prescription...Read more
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One of the known side effects of a class of antidepressants known as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors is a lack of sex drive. Some... Read more »