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Suffer from acne. Prescribed with azifast. Can I use the same drug on recurrence?

hi I am koyel, 23 years of age. i have had suffered from acne for a long time but was almost cured of it for an year now. recently i shifted to USA for studies and the acne is starting to grow back for the last 2 months. In India I was pescribed azifast 500 which worked. could u tell me if i should use the same drug this time?
Asked On : Tue, 12 Mar 2013
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Hi, Koyel
Thanks for posting your query

Acne occurs due to multiple factors like increased oil production due to hormonal changes, Bacterial proliferation, blockage of pores and stress.It continues till thirties or even more. It cannot be cured but it can be supressed with treatment

Azifast 500 can be used . In addition you may do the following:

Apply clinamycin and benzoyl peroxide combination cream twice a day
Use salicylic face wash
Get black heads and white heads extracted from time to time
Use noncomedogenic sunscreen during the day
Avoid stress

Hope this helps you
All the Best
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