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Had acne vulgaris. Took medicine. Got acne on face. How to resolve the problem?

Hello Dr Myself Nil i'm 23 yr old Male Previously i used to have Acne Vulgaris and later on consulting Dermatologist they gave me medicines It is been Cured but in the recent past again the same Acne on Face is been Coming It is Medium in Size with Reddish Colour and Acne is Staying on Skin for a long Period..So what is the problem again i'm Facing and Could Suggest Me and Resolve My Problem
Asked On : Sun, 28 Apr 2013
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Hi, you are having acne vulgaris. Acne vulgaris is relapsing and chronic disease having multiple preciptating factors. Your facial skin must be oily. So, you should take precautions to reduce oiliness. If you are having dandruff, do ketoconazole containing shampoo daily. Avoid exposure to sun, pollution, wind.. Avoid worries, tension,anxiety... Be positive and remain relaxed... Take proper sleep...Have healthy food,but avoi milk,ghee and oily spicy food..bdo not squeez or prick the acne lesions. Take tab. Azthromycine 500 mg one tab for three days in a week., for 6 to 12 months. Take tab.zinc sulfate 220 mg daily at night for long time. Cleanse the face with acmed face wash. Apply cindamycine gel daily on lesions at night. Take treatment under supervision of dermatologist... I hope you will get very good result and will have no relapse..ok
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