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Treat Clogged Duct
Depends: Depends in whom you want to treat it and what caused it. In babies, gentle pressure and rubbing may help, although, if small and not infected, it usually resolves on its own. In adults, pretty much the same. May apply a warm washcloth. If infection is present, you will need to treat that. In some cases, surgical approach is recurred to when the conservative ones fail. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have clogged sebaceous ducts in/on my labia.Most answers are for treating one large cyst.I have many, many small ones, for years.How do I treat them?
You could: Have a condition called hidradenitis, which can be difficult to treat sometimes and requires wide surgical excision. Show it to your gyn or dermatologist for specific recommendation. ...Read more
I am tryin to wear but keep getting clogged ducts. What happens if I can't unclog them? Will I still dry up?
Watery eyes . . .: Check out http://www.mayoclinic.org/diseases-conditions/blocked-tear-duct/basics/definition/con-20033765 & http://www.webmd.com/eye-health/tc/blocked-tear-ducts-topic-overview. Sometimes tear ducts can become inflamed leading to discomfort & swelling. But since tears drain into duct, blocked/clogged ducts lead to watery eyes. ...Read more
Yes: Mastitis occurs most often when a bacteria grows in stagnant milk, but that's not the only way you can get mastitis. Cracked or bleeding skin in and around the nipple can allow bacteria to enter and cause the same infection. Clogged milk ducts also don't necessarily always lead to mastitis, and the pain may be similar. Check with your provider to insure the right diagnosis. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
What to due to relieve my 6month olds chapped face due to the tears running out the side from a clogged tear duct?
Sometimes probing: Most children outgrow blockage of tear duct by 1 year of age.Blocked tear ducts occur in about 6 out of 100 newborns. Sometimes massaging tear duct helps to open it.Usually, the first symptom of a blocked tear duct is excessive tearing, ranging from a wet appearance of the eye to tears running down the cheek.If the duct remains blocked after the baby is 6 months to about 1 year old, a probing proc. ...Read more