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Blocked Sweat Glands On Face
Plenty of such gland: Not all the sweat glands can block! They number in thousands, so a blocked duct or two would not stop you from sweating! ...Read more
Not sweating: Or boils. The one that is not sweating is a neurological problem I'm not sure can be fixed. The other problem is treated by soaking with warm domeboro soaks and antibiotics and drainage if necessary. Sometimes it can be bad enough to require a daily antibiotic for awhile. If you have this problem you should see your doctor for the treatment that best fits the severity ...Read more
Blocked sweat gland?: Possibly blocked sebaceous gland, not sweat. But only general advice can be given without a photo or physical exam. Top 2 photos are non-STDs: Fordyce spots (sebum which can be extricated by M.D. or left alone), Infected hair follicle (plucked and kept clean). Bottom 2 photos are STDs (HPV and Molluscum) to be evaluated by your MD so s/he can rule out other STDs and council you for prevention. ...Read more
I have a ruptured blocked sweat gland on my right underarm that is draining blood and mucusy stuff and it has a hole. What should I do?
You didn't describe: The size. This sounds like you could have an infected cyst. I would suggest medical assessment. Take care. ...Read more
Facial scrub: Warm soapy water. Rinse and repeat. For a natural facial scrub try blending 1 cucumber 1/4 c oats 1/8 c corn meal 1/2 tsp salt 1/2 juice of fresh lemon and 1/2 c extra virgin olive oil. As for other facial complications all part of being a kid. Try not to touch your face. ...Read more
Sweat: If you are sweating a lot during the winter, when it is cold. You should visit your doctor. There are conditions like hyperhidrosis that cause excessive sweating and need a medical evaluation. Otherwise, controlling our temperature and getting into good cardiovascular shape can help. Elevated temperature may also cause this. The best advice is to visit your physician for a physical exam. ...Read more
When using a powerful antiperspirant to temporarily block sweat glands, where does the sweat go instead? Is doing this harmful to the body?
Not harmful: Suppression of sweat in 1 area results in increased sweating in another. This is not the same every time. ...Read more
Hello, my grandfather has a clogged sweat gland that appears to have hardened and refuses to be popped. What can we do from home to remove fix this?
Warm soaks.: Sometimes moist heat can open it up and it will be OK. Take care of your grandpa. ...Read more
Mammal have glands in the skin that excrete water to regulate body temperature. You may consult this site for more information on this topic.
https://www. Britannica. Com/science/sweat-gland
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Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
Excessive sweat: It is an inherited condition but easy to treat. Excessive sweat can be treated with Botox injections. These are very tiny injections and not usually uncomfortable. The treatment should last at least 6 months and is often covered by insurance. Alternatively, one can use clinical strength antiperspirant available off the shelf. The secret is to apply it at night before bed. ...Read more
The sebaceous glands are microscopic exocrine glands in the skin that secrete an oily or waxy matter, called sebum, to lubricate and waterproof the skin and hair.
Sweat glands are small tubular structures of the skin that produce sweat. They are usually used for cooling purposes. There are two main types of sweat glands:
Eccrine and apocrine ...Read more
They might;: But being denervated, they do not get stimulated at all, so it does not matter how sensitive they are. ...Read more
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