posted on Nov, 3 2004 @ 10:14 AM
I have been to several doctors and dermatologists because of a skin condition.
It appears to be a slow-spreading, olive green patch of skin. It is symetrical on both arms. The texture is rougher than normal skin. It glows neon
green under a blacklight. It does not itch, burn, tingle, hurt, or in any way differ in sensation as compared to the normal skin. It does not come
off if I scrub it or scrape it. It has pretty much replaced the normal skin that used to be there. The hair on these sections have become lighter in
color and thinner than the hair on the normal sections of my arms.
The doctors ran tests for skin cancer, fungus, infection, etc. All of these tests indicated that it was normal skin.
After that he thought that it was just an overproduction of melanin but then I brought in a blacklight and he had no clue what it was (because it
showed up negative for any kind of illness).
I am just curious if anyone has an idea as to what this is.