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Which kind of medicine i should use to remove pimples from my face ?

hi doctor , i have pimples on my face i went to the hospital and they priscribe some ointments nd soaps 2 me bt still they are with me.....can u pls tell me the quickest way 2 remove pimples on ma face nd make it smooth.....................
Asked On : Thu, 30 Jun 2011
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General Surgeon 's  Response
Thanks for your query.
pimple in teenage & young age are mostly due to some hormonal imbalance.quite common in both males & females .more in females than males.Best remedy keep your face dry ,wash frequently ,avoid applications of cosmetics ,as all these increase chances of pimple formation by blocking the ducts of glands . treatment comes next to it .do treatment as given by your doctor.     
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Answered: Thu, 30 Jun 2011
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Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
pimple mainly occur due to
-oily ness
-infection of p.acne
u need to consult dermatologist for the best and fast result.
there are certain medicine which give best result
cream like clindamycin ,benzyl peroxide ,azithromycin give best result
there are other procedure like peeling ,polishing ,laser to make ur skin glow ,smooth and fair.
avoid oily and spicy food .
drink more water ,avoid sun exposure.
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tanx doctors i got your advices @ Dr Gaurav i will by 1 of dos creams nd test whether it will work and @ Dr Rajinder i aloways applied makeups on ma face may be dat could be the cause 2.........
Answered: Sun, 3 Jul 2011
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