Striae Line Know it all
Striae distensae is a common finding in adolescents of both genders, particularly females primarily during pregnancy.
Striae are seen in 90% of pregnant women, as a result of hormonal factors like adrenocortical hormones, estrogen, and relaxin along with increased lateral stress on connective tissue. 
- It is also due to prolonged heavy weight lifting.
- Mostly observed on the thighs and knees.
Striae may also occur in HIV-positive people receiving protease inhibitors, such as indinavir. Ulceration of striae has been reported in patients with systemic lupus erythematosus.
- Indented streaks or lines in the skin.
- Pink, red, black, blue or purple streaks.
- Bright streaks that fade into a lighter color.
- Streaks on the abdomen, hips, breasts, buttocks or thighs.
- Streaks covering large areas of the body.
People may experience :
Striae shows progression of clinical appearances, commencing as flat, pink lesions which bro them, some stretch marks may fade without requiring any therapy.
Light and Laser Therapy:
Your doctor might use any laser therapy to stimulate the growth of elastin or collagen in your skin if need be.
Consult a doctor if the symptoms are evident and the condition worsens. At mfine, we provide accurate diagnosis and comprehensive treatment plans for all health concerns under a team of qualified doctors.