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persivate ointment

Hi, I have been using persivate ointment for 3 years now. First it was great and my skin was looking smooth but i cant stop using it. If i stay on it for 2 days and then go without it, I develop a rash and pimples that are very painful, and my skin is now full of dark marks and itchy and also looks dry. Can somebody please help me by telling me what I can do to fix my skin? ## Hi Kim. I am also going through the same problem. Please will you share if you find a solution.. I have been off persivate for over a month now and using E45 cream Looking forward to hearing from you. Thanks ## I suffered for 15 years with cysts. I went to a homepath and found out it was my thyroid. Got drops and pills and had to start eating lots of vegetables and cut out sugar and white bread and milk. It helped...

Is doxytet safe for pregnant woman?

I'm 2-3 weeks pregnant and I have vaginal discharge so I went to a pharmacy and I was prescribed doxytet. Is it safe for me to use? ## Hello, Melissa! How are you? It has not been known to cause any harm in early pregnancy, according to the U.S. FDA. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, non-allergic skin rash, and diarrhea. What type of discharge are you experiencing? ## Is it safe for me to use doxytet I was given by my doc because of rash in my face. Doxytet and benzac AC 5Gel ## Hi, I am 4 months pregnant. I had discharge then I went to the clinic and they gave me Doxytet. Now I want to know whether this can cause miscarriage or not? ## Hi. I just recently found out I'm pregnant and I have been taking doxytet for 10 days now, but I didn...

any pimple cream

Hello, I've been using repuvatr n benzac together during the day. My skin was fine like a baby but all of a sudden I developed a rash. It looked like acne. Am so frustrated right now because it's the effect of repivatr, cuz I've never had anything like this b4. What can I use to make them go away? Should I continue with my benzac or should I stop until its cleared up? Went to the doc and they gave me an allergy inj. and prednisone tabs and clarihexal tabs. Will they help? Thank u.

Benzac AC and Persivate Cream

Can I use Benzac AC Wash 5% and then put on Persivate Cream after ? I've been using Benzac AC Cream after my face wash but over the weeks I've developed cystic pimples on my cheeks. I've tried everything and now I want to mix Benzac with Persivate, can I ? ## Hello, Zinhle! How are you? Since both have the potential to cause skin irritation, I'd suggest just sticking with one of the other. Feel free to check with your doctor, they may approve both, but usually it's better not to, so you don't compound the problem. Is there anything else I can help with?


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