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Enlarged pores, not sensitive to touch, no irritation

I am a male, 47, i drink plenty of fluids as well as 36 to 50 some odd ounces of water daily. OTC multi vitamins , sugar levels are slightly elevated. i have noticed some larger pores that are not inflamed, not sensitive to touch, no irritation or discomfort. some of there pores will have a slight rise in them and sometimes express a white paste like substance with a sour odor. after a minute has passed, this substance becomes tacky then dries into a hard, brittle like substance.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Dec 2013
After reading your history it appears that you developed simple sebaceous cysts. This is common problem and we see so many of cases in normal population. So do not worry about it. You can apply gentamycin cream over the affected area. Stay away from hot and humid climate and wear cotton clothes. Do not try to pinch or pop the area as can get secondarily infected. This can be very simply excised in few minutes so can meet your family physician for the same.
Answered: Mon, 28 Oct 2013
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