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Effects of masturbution, pimples - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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User :   hi
Doctor :   Hello
Doctor :   How can I help?
User :   I have a question that does masterbition cause pimples
Doctor :   no
Doctor :   It does not
User :   then what is the cause of pimples
User :   and can you suggest me a way to stop pimples
Doctor :   the cause for the Acne is the Bacterial infection of the Glands whose Openings Get Clogged Due to their Secretions
Doctor :   Wash your Face twice not more than that With a gentle Face wash
Doctor :   and Use a scrub occasionally
Doctor :   ook for products containing benzoyl peroxide or salicylic acid as the active ingredient when you select your face wash .
Doctor :   Avoid oily or greasy cosmetics, sunscreens, hair-styling products or acne concealers. Use products labeled "water-based" or "noncomedogenic."
Doctor :   Keep your hair clean and off your face. Also avoid resting your hands or objects such as telephone receivers on your face. Tight clothing or hats also can pose a problem, especially if you'll be sweating. Sweat, dirt and oils can contribute to acne.
User :   I dont know why but when I masterbete the pimples increases and when I stop masterbiting it decrease it have become strong feeling that masterbition increases pimples...
Doctor :   Well It might be due tothe Increased Testosterone Levels in your Blood due to the Act that could result in the Acne
Doctor :   But Masturbation persay would not cause the same or an increase in acne

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