Looved the entries on how to find inner peace on your blog- I have copied them , make sure to read them and spread the info (quoting the sources)
Sorry I have not been posting in the blog or anywhere, I have been MIA a lot lately because of health reasons. 2009 was a difficult year and 2010 did not start like the easiest year neither ( I want to smile because we need humor to get over things) and this resulted, eventually, on adrenal exhaustion and ... well, let's say my body is a bit bonkers LOL. But I hope it will be reversible, I keep my attitude positive, and am trying to find ways to easen up the stress -not that we can control that too much, but to a point, yes, at least a bit. Ok,, enough. My question
My friend had TCA Cross done with 50% TCA, like I have had in the past, with success. This happened yesterday (for her). Same doc, everything went smooth, apparently no problems. But there are two spots where the skin has remained a bit white looking. She asks me if it is frosting... and it might be frosting...it looks like it... yet it does not sting, in other areas it is gone, maybe the skin was left for now a bit white? I am not sure for how many "colors" the skin goes through after TCA. I personally had the frosting, then a few reddish spots, then brownish spots, then the rosey "new" skin and then it all evened out. Is the white color in those two spots normal? She has had this yesterday evening. There is no oozing nor apparent problems, nor big depression... just the whitish skin... as if it was frosting. She is fretting and I don't know what to tell her. Should she worry? The problem seems to be the color only, as I said, nothing else hurts, oozes, etc. and the peeling was not too strong (50%). Should I calm her down? (her doctor is right now on a conference, otherwise the logical thing to do would be asking him, of course).
I know you are not seeing her, but maybe you can tell us if in some people some spots' first reaction to TCA Cross is whiteish spots that remain as such for a hours (maybe a day? she still has them), not just half an hour or less, as it usually happens.
Hugsssssss, hope everyone is doing fantastic here!