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Pimples reappear on cheek, forehead after cessation of Minoz tablets. Should I continue or take expert advice?

Hello Doc, I am a 24 yr old female. I have always had a very clear skin. Since a month ago - I have this profuse surge of pimples on my cheek and forehead . They come and go, leaving marks - and do not seem to wane. I consulted a doctor (general specialist) who prescribed Minoz 50 mg (2 tablets a day) for 5 days + Cetaphil Soap. He also asked me to not use anything on my face - i.e creams / powder for the duration of this course. I had some initial relief that there were no new pimples coming up while I was carrying out the prescribed medication . But after the course - and cessation of the Minoz tablets... the pimples have come back again. What should I do? is this an infection? Should I be continuing my Minoz medication? Should I get this screened by a dermatologist? Please help.
Asked On : Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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welcome to health care magic
visit best dermatologist near you.Here are few tips or home remedy for this:
1.Mix a teaspoon of lemon juice with a teaspoon of powdered fuller earth and apply the mixture on the affected area

2. Rub on the pimples fresh garlic.
3. Every night wash the afflicted area with fresh mint juice
4. Grated raw potato applied overnight on the red pimples on head
drink 8 glasses of water every day.try some good ayurvedic blood purifier.
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Answered: Fri, 8 Jun 2012
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