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Acne problems and treatment of scars - Online Doctor Chats

Date : 13-Jan-2012
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Doctor :   Hi
Doctor :   How can I help you
User :   i am using azelic cream for scars from last 15 days but there is no progess
User :   shall i continue with this as i am not having any allergy from this
User :   but little bit redness and dryness is there
Doctor :   By scars if your meaning Acne scars then it is not
User :   yes
Doctor :   to be bothered since any sort of visible results will be seen only in 3 months time
Doctor :   not earlier to it
User :   ok then i use it continoussaly
Doctor :   Yes
User :   wherther there is more pimple, little bit redness and dryness
User :   is it really helpful for removing pimple scars doctor
Doctor :   that is due to the Acne
Doctor :   and will be due to the Hyper action
User :   can i contiune with this as i find the cream ok for three months
Doctor :   yes you will need to continue with it

Doctor :   Is there any thing else that you would like to know
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