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Small Papules On Face

Hi I am 25 years old .i am facing issue of acne + open pores + chin hair. Acne on forehead and both side part of my face except cheeks area (only sides).+ pores + oily skin. My medical history was bad from last 6 months (kidney stone. However I have taken treatment for it. But now acne and pores occur my face .i have a doubt that it might be due to hormonal changes. Coz I am facing issue of chin hair as well for which I took. Laser treatment but after few months it still reappears (6 sessions. My question is how would I know whether my hormones are balanced or not? If any tests required to detect hormonal imbalances pla mention all the tests name that I need to have to detect it. So that I can take a proper treatment to resolve it. Mainly I want to know the reason of acne and pores so that I can control it before taking any medicines or treatment. I want to knw reason behind it. Also I gt some tests name _ tsh/t3/t4 + prolactin + fasting insulin + fbs. All test reports are normal after discussing with gynecologist. Is there any additional tests to fins out hormonal imbalance. If no please suggest me what need to do next to clear my skin. Duration of acne: 6 months to 1 year parts affected from acne: face appearance of acne eruptions: others skin type: oily typical frequency of acne: all the time treatment taken so far: none.

Hi I am 25 years old .i am facing issue of acne + open pores + chin hair. Acne on forehead and both side part of my f...
No, one factor causes acne. Acne occurs when sebaceous (oil) glands attached to the hair follicles are stimulated at the time of puberty or due to other hormonal changes. Sebum (oil) is a natural substance that lubricates and protects the skin. Associated with increased oil production is a change in the manner in which the skin cells mature, predisposing them to plug the follicular pore. The plug can appear as a whitehead if it is covered by a thin layer of skin, or if exposed to the air, the darker exposed portion of the plug is called a "blackhead. The plugged hair follicle gradually enlarges, producing a bump. As the follicle enlarges, the wall may rupture, allowing irritating substances and normal skin bacteria access into the deeper layers of the skin, ultimately producing inflammation. Inflammation near the skin's surface produces a pustule; deeper inflammation results in a papule (pimple); if the inflammation is deeper still, it forms a cyst. Moreover most of the time it's difficult to pinpoint the cause.
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I am 24 female and suffering form syringoma from past 10 years. Please tell me how I can get rid of them. Is it possible to remove them with homeopathy. How long will it take to remove all of them and will they come back again? I have them on my face and neck also I have taken allopathy medicine from several doctors and done laser 5 times but no improvement at all. Can homeopathy help or laser is only option.

I am 24 female and suffering form syringoma from past 10 years. Please tell me how I can get rid of them. Is it possi...
The only real way to prevent syringomas is to exfoliate regularly, use astringents, and undergo therapies that aim to reduce or limit sweat gland activity. Avoiding or protecting the skin from environmental and chemical stressors such as uv rays may also help reduce the risk of papule growth.
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HI, I have many pimples on my face I use many medicines but it still. What I do suggest me a how these pimple reduce naturally.

HI, I have many pimples on my face I use many medicines but it still. What I do suggest me a how these pimple reduce ...
Acne is a common skin condition affecting teenagers as well as adults. Severity varies from person to person so does treatment. Patient may have comedones commonly called black heads and white heads, papules also called bumps, pus filled lesions, nodules and cysts. Patients may have any combination of these. So only we suggest donot self medicate as it is difficult for anyone other than dermatologist to tell what treatment protocol you need. Treatment of pimple marks and scars also needs specialized approach. Consult a qualified dermatologist.
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I have black spots in my penis head. Not itching just black dots. Is it any infection.

I have black spots in my penis head. Not itching just black dots. Is it any infection.
Your white-headed spots, as you call them, on the underside of your penis could be genital warts. The bumps could also be pearly penile papules which are common, harmless, and not sexually transmitted. Although their cause is not known, pearly penile papules seem to be more common in uncircumcised men. Suggestion: You can help treat pimples by applying benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid to remove bacteria and excess skin and oils. But don't use acne medication intended for your face or other parts of your body on your penis.
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My friends tends to have slight pimples on his penis he had unprotected sex like two days ago. What could be the major problem doctor?

Hello- Penile pimples can occur regardless of whether you’re sexually active. However, if you are sexually active, you’re at risk for signs of sexually transmitted diseases (STDs) that can look like pimples. STDs can cause additional complications if left untreated, so if you’re unsure of your bumps, see your doctor for diagnosis.
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Hi, I am a 32 years old man. For some days I noticed some very small white pimples on my penis foreskin. It is neither painful, burning or itchy. I already took an STD test appointment but I still want some information.

Hi, I am a 32 years old man. For some days I noticed some very small white pimples on my penis foreskin.
It is neithe...
If you've never had sex, little white bumps on the shaft of the penis may be pimples, a skin cyst, or ingrown hairs. These are common and they're nothing to worry about. Another condition that's normal and no cause for concern is pearly penile papules. You can help treat pimples by applying benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid to remove bacteria and excess skin and oils. But don't use acne medication intended for your face or other parts of your body on your penis.
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I have somany pimples on my face. I tried some medicines. Some times the pimples is decreasing. And the very next morning when I wake-up the pimples is increased. I suffered a lot. Can you help me to find a better treatment for this irritating pimple problems.

I have somany pimples on my face. I tried some medicines. Some times the pimples is decreasing. And the very next mor...
Acne is a common skin condition affecting teenagers as well as adults. Severity varies from person to person so does treatment. Patient may have comedones commonly called black heads and white heads, papules also called bumps, pus filled lesions, nodules and cysts. Patients may have any combination of these. So only we suggest donot self medicate as it is difficult for anyone other than dermatologist to tell what treatment protocol you need. Treatment of pimple marks and scars also needs specialized approach. Consult a qualified dermatologist.
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Hi, I have many pimples on my face. I used many pimples removal cream but no any change. What I can do?

Hi, I have many pimples on my face. I used many pimples removal cream but no any change. What I can do?
Acne is a common skin condition affecting teenagers as well as adults. Severity varies from person to person so does treatment. Patient may have comedones commonly called black heads and white heads, papules also called bumps, pus filled lesions, nodules and cysts. Patients may have any combination of these. So only we suggest donot self medicate as it is difficult for anyone other than dermatologist to tell what treatment protocol you need. Treatment of pimple marks and scars also needs specialized approach. Consult a qualified dermatologist.
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