Skin Disorders

Expert reports about Skin Disorders


INFORMATION FOR WOMEN WHO HAVE ACNE DURING PREGNANCY OR BREASTFEEDING

 

What is acne?

Acne vulgaris –“acne” for short – is a common skin disorder that persists over many decades. It affects the pilosebaceous units in the skin, and typically appears on regions of the body with the biggest sebaceous glands, and with sebaceous glands that are particularly responsive to hormone levels. Generally, this means in the face, chest, neck, and back. Acne can range in severity from very mild consisting of a few pink pimples with small amounts of pus appearing and disappearing over time, to very severe forms consisting of numerous, large, very pussy nodules concentrated together.


TO READ THE FULL REPORT

Join Pregistry to access the information you need at no cost to you

Join Pregistry