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Red patches between eyebrows, look like pimples, pale skin, redness increases due to heat. Treatment?

Hello. I am just wondering why there is always a red patch between my eyebrows? There s always little bumps that look like really tiny pimples forming but they re just always there, ever since i was little. Not to mention it s the place where most of my pimples pop up. and i don t get pimples very often. I can t hide it, and my skin is very pale so it definitely stands out. When i am in an area where there s a lot of movement it tends to get redder and redder. And when i am hot, it is always really red. But when i wake up in the morning it s not really noticeable. Help please?
Asked On : Tue, 11 Sep 2012
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Hi red patches between the eyebrows .pimple like lesions .redness increases due to heat is nothing but acne is a condition where erythematous pimples in groups especially on cheeks.eyebrows and on chin.redness increases by taking hot items like rice etc
It can be treated by azithromycin 500 mg weekly thrice for three weeks and application of metrogyl ointment in the morning and adaferrin in the night.
Answered: Sat, 7 Sep 2013
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