Acne rosecea. Prescribed Deriva gel. Continue medicines?
Hi I am 30 yr old female. I was told both in the US and India that i have acne rosecea. i was prescribed, deriva gel for acne. i havent started it yet? will this rosecea be ever cured with medicines or should i keep using medication lifelong? will it worsen if i do not use medicines at all? can i...
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Acne. Should I take differin and spectro gel both?
Hey, I need help choosing the right medication and the one that guarantees a better result. I have two different medications for my acne . First is differin which contains shapeless 0.1 percent. The other is spectro gel which contains 2.5 percent benzoyl peroxide . Many have different opinions as...
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Acne. Applied doxycline and gel, taking dianette. Treatment?
i am on dianette, have been for 4 months now and my acne is worse, because of this i went back to my GP and he told me to carry on taking Dianette. He also gave my Doxycline and a gel for my face. I have seen things online saying i cant take these at the same time? Also in a few weeks i am going...
Is retino ac gel good for acne %3F Will the antibiotic clindamycin become resitant to acne pimples after say a year or so %3F
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For acne both retino ac gel %3F and clindamycin antibiotic both are effective drug. Resistant is not issue. Thanks DR Hariom Sharma
hello sir. i have been using hydrocortisone acetate 1%w/v and clindamycin phosphate gel for 3 years now for my acne.will i hav anuly sideffects? acne is gone.
no side effects
you can use it frequently even if no acne is there
you need precautions also to treat and keep acne under control
What is the best medicine for acne
Adult acne is more difficult to treat than teen acne as it is caused by hormonal imbalance and is more deep seated.Ruling out PolyCystic Ovarian Syndrome(PCOS) is advisable,other underlying diseases like diabetes and hypothyroidism also need to be ruled out.Consultation with a Dermatologist will help,Minocycline,Adapalane gel ,Retinoid creams(derived from vitamin A)will help.
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