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Taking tetralysal 300 antibiotic. what to do after that ?

I m female and have a problem with acne , the dokter gave me a TETRALYSAL TRAITMENT FOR 3 WEEKS, and also an Fucidin 2% (creme) , Iso-Betadine (for washing) for 2 weeks. Do I have to take the Tetralysal and do the Fucidin and Iso-betadine together (same weeks) or till i finish the Tetralysal, and after the 3 weeks, beginning with the other medecin??? please answer me soon as possible, i took the tetralysal today and i want to know what to do after that. Thanks, Yasmin
Asked On : Sat, 5 Mar 2011
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hello sara,
may i know which country are you from. the treatment that has been prescribed to you is very outdated and wrong too.
I suggest dont start this treatment at all.
you may use clindamycin or nadifloxacin gel twice daily on the lesions and adapelene gel all over the face at night. take doxycycline 100 mg daily instead of tetralysyl.
use any good face wash which suits your skin.
Answered: Sun, 6 Mar 2011
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