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Acne and facial swelling in the morning. any remedies for this ?

I m 25. Suddenly, acne have covered my face and i have swelling on my face in the morning when i get up, which subsides in 2-3 hrs. i got my US - abdomen and thyroid tests done they are normal. i took microdox DT 100 mg for i month. and after 7 days of finishing the course of med, they have started appearing again and so is the swelling. what should i do because these pimples are noticed by everyone ?
Asked On : Mon, 7 Mar 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
did you get this flare of acne just before your periods? do you have extra facial hair growth? if yes, get your LH/FSH, testosterone levels done too.
STart using Deriva CMS gel once daily at night all over the face and see a good dermatologist. You may also send me your pics at I will advise on oral drugs only after being sure that you need them.
Answered: Mon, 7 Mar 2011
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Homeopath Dr. Rangadhar Satapathy's  Response
hi greetings from health care magic
here i am giving the general cause of acne occurs in adult
Stress, bad cosmetics, hormones and birth control pills. Stress causes your oil glands to overcompensate. Bad cosmetics lead to bacteria-laden pores. Hormones cause the sebacuous glands to overact and birth control pills with androgen in them can cause breakouts.
So find out the cause and try to avoid
If still it is not going you can contact at or visit Thank you
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