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Have pimples on face, leaving marks. What could be the reason?

well i have been suffering from pimple problem...its almost all over my face...i had this prob 3 or 4 years back as well but at that tym they used to go away one or two days later without leaving any marks...but the pimples um getting right now (last 2 or 3 years) r kind of different and they leave marks even after they go away...i havent been masturbating often over the past few days ...could this be a reason....?
Asked On : Wed, 1 Aug 2012
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hello , welcome to HCM, well sir this is a common acne that is known to affect many individuals. please keep your face clean and use a face wash for the same. avoid excess sun exposure and do not forcibly remove pimples from your face. post acne pigmentation occurs after any pimple and early treatment of the pimple is necessary to avoid pigmentation. keep astress free life and use minimal make up, masturbation has nothing to do with acne. thank you and take care
Answered: Thu, 2 Aug 2012
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