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Using Melacare forte. Pimples and heat boils remain unhelped. What is wrong?

Hello Sir, I used to have clear skin 3 months ago. I have used a medical cream called Melacare Forte as advised by my friend. I have been suffering with lots of pimples or heatboils or whatever so called on cheeks, forehead and neck part. I have consulted a doctor now, he suggested me to use AZAC soap, Nadibact cream and Zathrin 500 mg tablets ( 3 times in a week). Let me know if I am in right path to get back my clear skin.
Asked On : Fri, 28 Sep 2012
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no oils no greesy foods
no ustard coconut walnut ground nut almonds and soya
use olive for cooking and application
no milk and nut containing ointments creams shamppo and soaps
tab doxitab 100 mgm bd 3 wk
apply clindac a gel morning evening
calamine in day
soap niko
shampoo nizral
afteri month apply clindac a in morning and retinoa at night
if skin become dry apply little mometasone
and for itching tab allegra 120 mgm sos
Answered: Sun, 30 Sep 2012
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