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Have pimples on face leaving dark spots. Medication?

hello sir, m suffering from pimples on my face which left lots of dark spots :( i wanna cure those dark spots as early as possible.. my skin is oily..can you suggest some gel or cream for external use... previously i tried the NILTAN cream given by doctor...but now i think that also comes on its saturation level,it stopd effecting on my skin now :( Help for reducing the dark spots....Help
Asked On : Thu, 14 Mar 2013
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Hye! First of all, you should be treated for acne vulgaris, then for the pigmentation. Take tab.azithromycine 500mg three tab per week..1 mon, tue, wen. Like that repeat every week for 6 months, tab. Zink sulfate 220 mg daily at night for 6 months. Cleanse the face with acmed face wash thrice day to remove oiliness. Increase confidence in yourself, be positive, avoid worries, avoid oily food. You will be improved. Then you should take treatment for spots.
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