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Taking antibiotics for acne. Need a permanent cure

Hi ive been suffering with acne for 7 years of my life. Gone through almost every antiobiotic such as roaccutance, tetracycline all worked while on the med, soon as i get off flare up. Recently went back to the dermatologist and she prescribed me Clarithomycin, again another antibiotic. My skin is very oily, is this going to work? i dont know how much longer i can take the acne as im 22 now and ive suffered enough :( self esteem is always low i feel like crying sometimes.
Asked On : Fri, 29 Mar 2013
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if you want real cure withdraw milk and diary from your diet completely
no oily greesy food
keep skin dry no mustard coconut walnut groundnut and almond and soya oil
use olive for cooking and application
keep dry skin
lot of warm water
apply clindamycin gel bd
tretinoic acid gel night and switchoff light as it reacts with light
take off and on doxi 100 mg bd or 7 days if pus in spots or pain
continue 3 months
Answered: Wed, 15 May 2013
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