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Acne, pimples. History of asthma. Have haemochromatosis. Suggest?

I am 40 year old male 96 kg, 184cm tall. R And of average fitness . I have a history of asthma which I take a prevention for and I have haemochromatosis. I normally have. Blood taken 4 times a. Year but have not had any taken for 1. Year. 4 weeks ago I started to developed really. Bad. Achne on my back. 4 pimples and lots white craps. I squeeze. Them and they go away but more will. Appear in different spots. Why would I suddenly get them. ? Thanks YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Fri, 8 Mar 2013
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Allergist and Immunologist 's  Response
Your body immunity decreases as the age increases.As age increases the immune system goes dowd evantually even if you are on medicines your initial allergies will be rising or the other systems are involved like skin,stomach or bones
So acne is also turnout of allergie
Dont use greesy and oily food
Stop using all routine oils almonds coconut walnut groundnut soya
Apply olive and use olve for cooking

Take doxi 100 mgm bd or 2 week
apply clidamycin gel twice a day on affected parts
can also apply histocalamine once a day
do for long time along wth other medicines you are taking for asthma
Answered: Thu, 4 Apr 2013
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