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A 28-year-old female asked:

i have mild acne (follicular) not cystic how long (on average) will my accutaine treatment last most likely ? (10mg 2 months then up to 20mg) :)

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Dr. Ronald Krauser
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Do not use it: First of all, I have strong reservations about using Accutane to treat mild acne. Mild cases usually resolve with topical therapies, imo, the toxicity risk associated with Accutane doe not justify its use in mild disease.

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How can I treat baby acne?

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Observe: Baby acne is common and should resolved within 2-3 months. You may want to use a mild soap such as cetaphil. No other treatment is necessary for mild acne.
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Is baby acne normal?

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It's like acne...: It's exactly like regular acne, except blackheads are uncommon, and of course it is in a baby, under 6 months usually. There is actually another baby rash called "erythema toxicum" that looks a lot like acne, but since neither one needs any treatment and both go away on their own, the difference is not at all important.
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Why is acne common in pregnancy?

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What is the treatment for baby acne?

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Dr. Melissa Arca
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None: It can be hard to look at your adorable baby with red bumps scattered across his cheeks and not want to "do" something about it. The good news is, it will go away on its own, usually by 4-6 months old. Do not apply any oils or lotions to your baby's face as this could aggravate his baby acne. Take heart, this will resolve without leaving a trace. Enjoy your precious baby.

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