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Need medication for persisting acne

Hi, I m suffering for ACNE problem and already in touch with dermatologist for last 2 months but couldn t get any relief. here is the medicine list which s prescribed by the dermatologist : - Glyco Acid Cream 6%, Isoin 20 capsule, Azicip-500. Can you pls suggest me how to overcome of these Acne problem ASAP. Thanks in Advance! Regards,
Asked On : Thu, 18 Oct 2012
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Dear Rajeev,
The prescription seems fine to me. Please clarify, if you really had NO response with the treatment being prescribed and if you took the medicines regularly. Two months is an optimum time to have good response. i would advise to continue with Isoin 20 and azicip 5oo. Topically apply benzoyl peroxide 2.5% in morning and adapalene gel in night. Use Cetaphil cleansing lotion to wash your face. Continue the same for 15 days. If this doesnot yield desired response either the dose of isoin can be increased or one can think of giving you salicylic acid peels. That would Surely take care of your problem. Take care
Answered: Sat, 3 Nov 2012
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