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Acne

Also called: Blackhead, Pimple, Acne Vulgaris, Breakout, Comedones

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Great question. You're smart to think about potential drug interactions.Whenever you have questions about prescription medications, you can check...
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Hi Try reading through this link, below it may help you http://www.liverdoctor.com/antibiotics-can-harm-the-liver/ This is an answer to a question in...
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Bleaching the skin of your buttocks will not remove acne scars. The ONLY way permanent scarring can be removed would be under the expert services of...
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Hi I think your find there is quite a simple answer to your question.BCP pills do regulate your periods, and I think your find that it has done just...
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Hi Sorry forgot your main question on the menopause.It seems there is no connection between the two.But have a read of the link, interesting.The link...
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Minocycline is an oral antibiotic. Does it work for everyone and every case of acne? No, it does not. Is it effective for some cases? Yes, you bet...
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Yes rigevidon is good for PCOS. If your doctor put you on it then you need not worry about it. PCOS usually happens due to body hormones...
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Stress can make any illness or condition seem worse, but stress is NOT a direct cause of acne. Acne is basically caused by hormones that result in...
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After acne heals black spots may appear.The good news is that they are not scars and will usually just fade away on their own. The...
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Let’s start off with your question regarding the relationship between acne and heavy sweating. Sweat does not cause acne. Especially during the teen...
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Maybe...it depends on the organism that is causing your infection. If you have been squeezing zits or picking at your lesions, you could easily have...
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It can be treat with HT (Hormone Therapy) in which women need to opt for Birth control or oral contraception pills. It is prescribed because they...
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Your acne may need treated, either by your primary care medical provider or a good dermatologist. Treatment will vary, based on the severity and type...
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No, multivitamins will NOT cause acne. The most common cause of acne is your own hormones.
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