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Masturbation, pimples on face, pressing on pores to remove them, black holes. Treatment?

hello sir,i am seventeen years old now and i have been masturbating when i was fourteen and due to this my face was full of pimples ,sometimes it used to be big and some small sizes.I used to press harder on the pores to remove them after they used to dry up.but know i have a lot of black color holes on that spots all over my face....Is there any solution for it?
Asked On : Mon, 17 Sep 2012
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General & Family Physician 's  Response
thank you for using health care magic,
pimples are common in teen age due to hormones..with age it will go away..
for pimple you can use clindamycin gel and benzylperoxide.. take doxycycline 100mg tablet once a day for one month. you can also add tablet isotretinoine 10mg daily..
avoid oily , spicy , and fatty food..please do not touch your pimples..
to remove pimple mark you can apply kojic acid or glycolic can also under go chemical peeling .. it will remove you pimple mark..
consult near by dermatologist..
take care..
Answered: Thu, 18 Jul 2013
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Dermatologist Dr. Kalpana Pathak's  Response
Thanks for writing to us.
Masturbation has no relation with acne.
Acne is a common problem in adolscent males
Treatment requires
Use of a salicylic acid or glycolic acid or benzoyl peroxide based face wash
Application of adapalenr clindamycin gel over acne lesions
Application of kojic acid or azelaic acid based creams over marks.

Also consult a dermatologist for your skin analysis so that a proper personalised Treatment can be offered.
Take care
Answered: Tue, 25 Jun 2013
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