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Itchy pimples on face. Redness and pus, started after periods

Hello. I have a itchy pimples , it started first in my forehead , then in my cheeks, chin then until it cover up my whole face. I never had experience this before. If ever I have a pimples, it usually just one or two then it disappear easily. But now, its third week already but it never gone, instead it spreading. Actually, it started a week before I had my heavy school production , and my menstrual period,first there are several pimples in my forehead, then my cheeks got itchy and there there were pimples again, then it repeats. It s very itchy. It s reddish, there were puss, pimples distances from pimple to pimple are very close and its so many... Please help. I m afraid that it ll never gone anymore and make marks in my face..:(
Asked On : Tue, 18 Dec 2012
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you are having acne pustulosa...

start following treatment...

Tab azithromycine 500 mg for 15 days, then take 1 tab consecutively for 3days per week,, that for 3 months

Tab levocetirizine 5 mg dailyat night till itching relieved

Tab nimesulide 100 mg twice a day till pus is cleared

Nadifloxacine cream ..apply on lesions twice a day


Cleanse face with Acmed face wash thrice a day

Avoid Milk,Ghee, Butter,Cheese, Oily food.

Take proper sleep.

Avoid tension, and Be Positive

Best luck.....Dr.Ilyas Patel MD DVD

Answered: Wed, 19 Dec 2012
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