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Have acne. On medication. Why does it keep coming back?

Hi Doc.iam 24years old.i have acne from the age 12 and its still continuing till date. i have been to a doc in apollo and have been on medication for almost one year. it got cured for some months though but it came back. i had been on some oral antibiotics for acne some times.i do have body acne height is 5.1 and my weight is 49kg
Asked On : Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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It is really a long time - but that is how acne is...
You have to see a good dermatologist - apart from general measures and hygiene, they can advice some potent medicines, like tretinoin. Because of known side effects, it should only be taken under medical supervision and needs follow up.
It has nothing to do with your height and weight
Cosmetic aspects are more of concern than 'medical' aspects. There is nothing of great concern. After all, what can not be cured, has to be endured - and your condition seems curable...
Good luck
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Answered: Thu, 11 Oct 2012
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