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Did you ever have chest acne? Like, a cyst. If you did. Were you able to get rid of it? How? I shower daily. Changed my bed sheets every 2 weeks. It's still there.
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might just be hormonal? have you used anything to treat it?
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Did you ever have chest acne? Like, a cyst. If you did. Were you able to get rid of it? How? I shower daily. Changed my bed sheets every 2 weeks. It's still there.
I did and just changed and washed my bras more regularly and also woundn't wear the same t shirt to bed more than 2-3 days in a row x
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Try spot treatments or buy a different brand of laundry detergent. If you don't mess with it it'll go away on its own but if it doesn't go away after 6 weeks, consult your dermatologist for a stronger solution or to figure out if you're even dealing with acne at all.
Just don't worry to much!
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It depends, if it’s a bump you should get it checked out. Since they’d know what to do, I didn’t have cysts but I had a cyst near my shoulder and lumps in my chest
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Either way don’t risk it please and book an appointment.
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might just be hormonal? have you used anything to treat it?
No, not really. I just try to improve my personal hygiene
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I did and just changed and washed my bras more regularly and also woundn't wear the same t shirt to bed more than 2-3 days in a row x
Ohh, ok. thank you. I'm glad i'm not alone.
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(Original post by rawrspamz)
Try spot treatments or buy a different brand of laundry detergent. If you don't mess with it it'll go away on its own but if it doesn't go away after 6 weeks, consult your dermatologist for a stronger solution or to figure out if you're even dealing with acne at all.
Just don't worry to much!
Thank you, i'll try that
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(Original post by Anonymously.y)
It depends, if it’s a bump you should get it checked out. Since they’d know what to do, I didn’t have cysts but I had a cyst near my shoulder and lumps in my chest
Did u get urs checked out?
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Either way don’t risk it please and book an appointment.
During this covid season, a bit hard to do anything much
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During this covid season, a bit hard to do anything much
You can still get appointments, I have mine
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Did u get urs checked out?
Yeh, for the ones on my chest I was given antibiotics which did help for a bit but over time it reduced and for the one near my shoulder it’s still here
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