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Took ginette 35 for acne cysts earlier. Repeat attack, ginette not working. Advise ?

i used to take ginette 35 for almost a year and completly cleared my skin as i had really badacne cysts but i taught of stoppin it , for two months my skin was good but nowit brokeout agian . im again on ginette from 2 months but nothing is working as before...... last year it cleared very fast within a month.....pls help me..
Asked On : Mon, 27 Aug 2012
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Dermatologist 's  Response
im dr satya,
welcome to health care magic,
androgenic or hormonal acne is responsive to ginette 35, an ultrasound of the abdomen is to be done to rule out PCOD,Hormonal assay is an additional input to decide the duration and dose of the hormonal treatment of acne. also the combination treatment with isotretinoin is essential and should be supported by chemical peels or laser therapy.
hence do follow up the treatment from your nearest or family dermatologist.
thank you. feel free to contact.
dr satya
Answered: Tue, 28 Aug 2012
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