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Pimple and acne, internal body heat
Hi doc, I m 21 yrs old and i m having too much of pimples and acne dis day due to too much of internal body heat... I m getting pimples at my nose opening n near lips n over forehead and cheeks... On forehead i m getting a pimple which gets swollen bt it doesnt have any seed or puss in it
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Acne or  pimples... Due to hormonal changes..Oily skin causes it...Common in adolescent age...May occur in adults also.. Food like Oily foods, ice cream, chocolate and sweets increase it.. Treatment depends on the grade of pimples or acne..So, please  send photos by direct online consultation as it's a must to see which grade of pimples or acne for accurate diagnosis and treatment.
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Hi I can totally understand your concern about you acne problem. Though acne is chronic inflammatory disease but when proper and adequate treatment is taken ot can be cured and prevented. Remember early treatment is the key to prevent any complications due to acne like scars, pigmentation etc. Dont's- 1. Scrub the face. 2. Self treat yourself. 3. Wash your face many times a day. You can consult me either oine or at my clinic.
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Dear patient , it's important to have a dual mode of action for such conditions . Aim should be to prevent new pimples from erupting and to dry the older ones simultaneously so that they don't leave any scar and dark spots . Though dark spots can be managed later on , it's very difficult to treat the scars because of acne and the worst part of acne is that most of them leave a scar or pigmentation when heal . Aim is to constrict the glands which is making the secretions on which bacteria find a good medium to multiply . Some patients also have acne on their arms shoulders and back and respond well to systemic treatment along with creams for local application. Lasers also can be done in severe cases and sometimes patient mostly female need some special drugs . So peels along with anti acne medication and oral tablets may help you out . It may take 4-6 weeks to get a proper control over them and according to the results we have to manage the drugs . We try to minimise the use of drugs through latest technology and treatment modalities . Since Dr.Suruchi Puri was associated with Femina Miss India Contest and has a rich experience of 17 years in treatment of this age related and hormonal issue , you can meet her once and may be then you can follow up once in a month if needed for best results . You can visit our website www.drsuruchipurimakeovers.com or u can call at 98 68080340  or u can visit janak Puri B-1/37 , 1 st floor , near janak puri east metro station , after seeking an appointment with her . Though if managed by an experienced dermatologist , acne or pimples respond very good and patient do get back their confidence . Treatment sometimes need to be switched over to some mild to moderate anti acne therapies according to the results and urgency . Some people feel that they need not treat pimples as they will settle with age but mind it that they will keep on leaving scars as and when they erupt and heal and such scars are quite deep and ugly and difficult to treat https://youtu.be/j1vvw1l6x94 The dosage of drug and its proper management is needed and sometimes a hormonal profile also has to seen to combat the increase .  You can take the appt if it's available by calling 9868 080340 https://www.youtube.com/channel/ucveydupnxffjymsk_9ikg1w Dr.Suruchi Puri has also received letter of appreciation from Mr.Amitabh Bachchan and also from various parliamentary dignitaries 
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