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Severe pimples. Need medication

sir, im 2yr mbbs student, i hv my xams within a month..
my pimples r gettin worse day by day, so im usin tretionin & diprovate plus cream together.. i had same proplm durin my 1styr xams, @ dat i was prescribd 2 consecutiv months of hormanal therapy.. it was relivd..
nw i dint consult dr.. juz self medicatin..
so shal i continue o consult dr?
Asked On : Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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I would definitely not recommend self medication...What you are using right now for your acne can do more harm to your skin than any good...Diprovate plus is a steroid cream and it is to be totally avoided in acne,,,,you might notice some temporary improvement with the use of steroids but in long term,,it can cause so many side effects like thinning of skin, hair growth, telangiectasis, photosensitivity, purpura, acneiform lesions etc etc..
So you should stop using any topical steroids over the face of your own...I would recommend that you see a skin specialist and get your skin assessed..if the doctor feels that hormonal therapy is best for you, then you should continue to take it

Hope it helps
Dr Geetika Paul
Answered: Fri, 12 Apr 2013
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