Purbac (Thread 200856)

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chantelle Says:


does purbac let you brake out more in the beginnig stage for use for acne treatment before clearing your skin?



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Thelma Says:
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When i 1st got in the pharmacy i had a minor rush on my face,so the pharmacist priscribed purbac for me,its been two day im taking it and i think the rash is getting worse than before,is it normal or should i live the medicine?

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Verwon Says:

Yes, that is a possibility, according to NIH reports, other side effects may include nausea, dizziness, headache, and diarrhea.

Are either of you on any other medications?

Thelma, this might not be appropriate to treat a basic skin rash, it is an antibiotic that is only useful for treating bacterial infections.

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