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Taking vibramycin. Getting more acnes. Is this normal?

Hi. I'm currently taking Vibramycin. Today is my 3rd day. And it seems like I'm getting more acnes than previous after taking this medication. Wonder is this a normal effect? While it will be fine after this suffer period. And can I still go for facial once a month? of course when after everything is recover and stable on the surface.
Asked On : Tue, 30 Apr 2013
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it is good for acne
it may cause in beginning
some precautions are to be raken along
keep skin dry
no mustard coconut walnut ground nut almons and soya
use olive oil for cooking and har application
withdraw milk and diary from diet for 3 months
no toxic soaps shampoo and creams
apply clindamycin gel bd and retinoic acid gel night before sleep and switch light iff as gel reacts with light
take claritin 10 mg sos for itch
treat for 3 months you will be ok
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