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Question: I am 22 weeks pregnant..now I am having lot of pimples on my face..how to cure my pimples?

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Answer: There are several reasons for acne in pregnancy first and the most common is hormonal imbalance during pregnancy our body undergoes lot of changes as a result this form of problems occur another one is unhealthy diet which also affects your skin and hair other than this is stress during pregnancy which also induce pimples. So try to relax your mind and indulge yourself in meditation or prenatal yoga. Use mild soap and cleanser to wash your face don't squeeze pimple as it can leave scar on your face. Take care
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