I have skin allergy at my back. Specifically at shoulder part. Its pimples all over. Appears during & after my menstruation. My father said its hereditary paternal side. What will i gonna do to get rid of this. Im taking hormone pills for this.But only 1 month.
Sounds like these recurrent pimples are a real nuisance and perhaps also embarrassing. There are reports in the medical literature of worsening of skin disorders at the time of menstruation, some examples being, hives, eczema and acne.
I wish I could provide an answer to your question, but I cannot, except to say that pimples are associated with a lot of skin disorders and you may need to see a dermatologist (skin doctor) to find the exact cause.
In the meantime, I would suggest that you give the hormone pills enough time to work, say 2-3 months.
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