IT COULD BE AS SIMPLE AS DRY SKIN, BUT, IF IS IS RAISED, HAS AN IRREGULAT BORDER, OR BLEEDS, HAVE IT CHECKED OUT
A complete medical evaluation to discover the cause of the persons craving a foreign substance. This will include, blood and urine tests. In some cases the doctor may want a chest xray to see if any foreign matter has entered the lungs.
Treatment is dependent on the cause of the pica. Anemia and zinc deficiency may be treated with supplements. Often pica is treated with counseling and behavior modification techniques. Some doctors/psychiatrists are advocating the use of psychotropic medications to treat pica associated with OCD.
AnswerI have recently started treatment for pica, and as the other answer stated, it has inculded a chest x ray and an investigation into the possibility of a mass collecting in my digestive system. I have also been referred to behavioral therapy, which i am about to begin properly. My GP told me that pica is often due to behavioral habits rather than lack of minerals or nutrients, but I suppose I'll have to see how it goes.
The black marks are called black heads and you can get a black head remover in any cosmetic section of the store. I suggest you use a warm wet rag on your face to open your pores, then use the black head remover to remove them. You can also use your fingers, just don't over do it or you will have bruises.
Steaming is very beneficial for blackheads .Steam your face once in a week .Apply red sandalwood paste mixed with a little rose water .Tomatoes are very useful to get rid of blackheads .Rub tomato on the blackheads to get rid of it .
steam your face or put warm water or something warm on it and then rub a tomato in it so it actually goes in the paw and maybe gets it out if its ready, trust me, this used to be my job. they can also get rid of acne scars/ marks from where you've scratched a spot or blackhead. it also clears acne too.
Inflammation. Usually caused by repetitious movement of your arm.
Check your policies definition of pre-x. It generally says treated for... doesn't say anything about successful treatment.