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Black heads, pimples, occurs more in hot climate. Prescibed Xerina cream, fucibet, no relief. Treatment?

Hi doctor this is XXXX. my mom have got skin problem in which she first got black heads on all over the body ....then that black heads get converted into pimples so i consulted a doctor here, in XXX Doctor recommended Xerina Cream , Fucibet cream to apply in affected area, but still the disease is there. now tell what exactly this problem is? She is very upset due to this problem. this problem get more in hot weather.
Asked On : Fri, 13 Jul 2012
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Your mother probably is suffering from folliculitis and furunculoses.Since the lesions are increasing during summer it could be due to hyperhidroses. I would advise her to take bath twice daily and toapply Dermicoolpowder after bath and to wear only cotton dresses.For now she can use antibacterial soap like Medsop and systemic antibiotic Azithral250mg twice daily for 5 days.Fucibet[steroids]actually exacerbates the lesions.Get a fasting and postprandial done to ruleout diabetes.
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