Does Irregular Menstruation, Pain And Acne Appear Due To The Hormone Estrogen?
Hello, I want to ask, my menstruation is not regular, every PM must be sick from my stomach to my feet, pimples also appear, and the severity is like there are really big zits that even look like a bump like that, there’s no pus but it’s really painful, often appears on the face, and often appears on the face, and groin, that includes the hormone estrogen?
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Acne is inflammation of the skin (especially facial skin) due to the closure of skin pores by dead cells and acne-causing bacteria. Patients with acne complaints on the face can experience complaints of pain, pain, swelling, pus, or itching complaints.
Some of the conditions below can trigger acne complaints that are often encountered, such as:
2. impaired hormonal balance, as in PCOS patients or the number of small cysts in the ovary
3. Hormonal acne, where acne is affected by hormonal fluctuations
5. pollution, cigarettes
6. The use of skin care that is not suitable
In connection with your question, the presence of menstrual pain complaints and the emergence of acne during menstruation, the possibility of acne that occurs due to the influence of female hormonal fluctuations. In certain conditions, this acne will increase in number and disturb you in the period leading up to menstruation, and usually improves again after menstruation is complete. This condition is indeed influenced by estrogen hormonal factors, but the effect of the hormone estrogen on the onset of acne occurs when estrogen levels begin to decrease or low. Therefore, when menstruation begins, menopause begins, or when hormonal balance abnormalities occur, acne complaints often arise. While the hormonal nature of acne or pimples due to hormonal influences can occur around the bottom of your face, such as in the jaw area, chin, or the forehead. The types of acne that appear also vary from white head to cystic.
However, you should consult with your dermatologist or your obstetrician for evaluation of menstrual pain complaints and also annoying acne complaints. With the results of this examination, it is expected that the doctor can help control and provide treatment for complaints that you feel.
To help reduce complaints of menstrual pain and acne, you should pay attention to several things, such as avoiding physical fatigue, especially before menstruation, avoid sleeping late and avoiding stress. Also avoid changing brands using facial skin care, use a brand that is suitable for you.
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