Doxytet For Skin Allergy

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Paulina Says:

Can doxytet be used for skin acne or allergies?

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zet Says:

i've taken DOxytet with out having STI becouse my boyfriend lied to me by saying he got STI . i want to know could be some side effects that could develop to me becouse of these Doxytet i have taken

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Verwon Says:

Doxytet contains the active ingredient Doxytetracycline, it is an antibiotic that is used to treat various types of infections.

Paulina, it can help with some types of acne that are caused by bacteria, but it will not treat allergic reactions.


Zet, have you consulted your doctor?

In appropriate antibiotic use may lead to antibiotic resistance and you should discuss whatever concerns you have with your doctor.

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Muzi Says:
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Hi doctor am having skin problem where I have this huge pimples as if I was beaten....i went to the clinic they gave me Doxytet...but this things continues..what must I do Doctor???

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China Says:
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Re: Muzi (# 3)

I have the same problem as yours and I'm still on this Doxytet. I have to take it for 3 months.

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