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Crixan gel for acne. Use pears oil control too? How to heal big cysts?

i am 37 yrs old female . And I have started getting severe acne for past 1-2 years. i went to dermatologist and he suggested crixan gel and use pears oil control soap twice a day. i am doing the same , still I get bad acne which are big cysts and takes long to heal and loooks very ugly . Can you suggest some prevention technique as my face is filled with acne black marks
Asked On : Thu, 16 Aug 2012
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hi if u have completed ur family go for isotretinion 20 mg alternate day for 3-4 months which is the best drug as of now for nodulocystic acne.if u are in child bearing age it is contarindicated hence use azifast 500 mg weekly thrice for 4 -6 weeks along with crixan gel and deriva ms at night with a salcylic acid face wash like salsia face wash can cure u are 37 years rule to pcod ,thyriod disorders which is common etiology at that age
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