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Bumps on cheeks, filled with pus, recurring. Suggestions?

helloo, I began to develop pus filled itchy bumps on my cheeks six months ago. They will get dry and disappear after few weeks and then start recurring on the same areas within days. They start with red itchy bumps and grow into pus filled pimples after a day or two. What makes me worrying is they are recurring. what could be the reason? Thanks in advance
Asked On : Sun, 4 Nov 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Hi Vaseekar,
You must have developed pustular acne. Acne is a disease with uphill and downhill course.
If you are applying any oily preparation, cold cream or fairness cream, then stop using them. Also try to avoid oiling your scalp hair. Wash your face 3-4 times daily with the soap.
Visit a dermatologist for the proper treatment. And once you start the treatment, take full therapy with regular follow ups. Dropping out in between may trouble you in future in form of frequent relapses.
Dr. Ajit Singh Kulhari
MD - Skin & VD
Answered: Mon, 5 Nov 2012
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