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Question: hi my LMP April 6th...TTC I have pcos...now getting lots of pimples in forehead n nose....

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Answer: It is common in PCOS to get pimples. Avoid junk foods, spicy food and deep fried oily food. You must visit a skin specialist and mention if the problem is increasing. Also, you should mention about pregnancy as most of the skin correction creams have hormonal ingredients. Fusidic acid it similar might work for you. But you must check with your doctor first. Moderate your diet and try to resolve these pimples naturally as you already are taking a lot of medications related to pregnancy. Drink minimum 10-12 glasses of water, sweat a little as in yoga and stretching exercises. Don't overdo anything moreover relax and keep your stress levels in check. Hope it helps! Take care.
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