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Acne, sensitive skin, Applied prescribed cream, allergy on face, swelling, itching, redness, dryness, pain on face, open pore. Cure for scars and open pores?

Hi, I have acne on my skin. I took homeopathic medicines. Acne is still there. Now i have consulted with Allopathic doctor. My skin is very very sensitive. She gave me these medicines: 1. Emodel lotion (as a face wash) 2. UVRID sunscreen lotion for UVA nd UVB rays. 3. Glyco 6 cream (apply for 2 hours only) 4. Clyndamycin cream (apply once at bed time) 5. Dr. Reddy s Antioxidants to eat (daily 1 capsule) I had started this course and after 2 days there were allergy signs on my face. Swelling ,itching,redness,dryness and pain evrything was there on face. Then i took Medrol, Allegra and flutivate(ointment). Right now the doctr is saying that you can continue the medicines now but again after 2 days of applying the medicines there are symptoms of allergy. I dont undertand what should i do for my acne and scars. There are open pores also. After 1.5 months i will get married. Before that i want to get rid of this scras and open pores problem. Please suggest. Please revert in mail if posiible. Regards, Ankita India Email ID: YYYY@YYYY
Asked On : Sun, 3 Mar 2013
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Acne is normally in oily skin
Sto taking Greesy and oily food
no use of creams oils on face and body
no musterd coconut walnut groundnut almonds and soya
use olive for cooking and application if need
Take doxi 100 mg bd for 3 week
Apply clindamycin gel on face morning evening
apply retinoic acid at night and swich off lights
if dry you can add little fluticasone ointment
do for 3 months
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