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How well does the homeopathic "calcarea sulphurica" work on acne?

How well does the homeopathic "calcarea sulphurica" work on acne?

Need right remedy: Calcarea sulphurica works very well for your acne, if it's the indicated remedy for you. There are over 250 remedies known to help with acne! A well-trained homeopath will consider your whole being -- not just your acne. Acne is only 1 sign of the disturbance in your healing system. The right remedy addresses this disturbance which is the source of the problem you're experiencing (acne & more). ...Read more

Dr. Ed Friedlander
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Acne (Definition)

A very common skin condition that starts as a blockage of the sebaceous glands followed by inflammation. It occurs in areas where there are lots of sebaceous glands, such as the ...Read more


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Is Calcarea Sulphurica effective for healing an abscess?

Is Calcarea Sulphurica effective for healing an abscess?

Not by itself: An abscess is a closed collection of pus (infection) and the treatment must be to open it up and let the pus out. Antibiotics are used to treat the surrounding infected tissues and reduce spread of infection. Your remedy may be of benefit as a prt of this treatment to stimulate the immune system to better fight the infection but I do not recommend that it be the only treatment. ...Read more

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How well does the homeopathic Calcarea Sulphurica work on kidney stone?

How well does the homeopathic Calcarea Sulphurica work on kidney stone?

Calcarea sulphurica: If your complete symptom picture exactly matches that of the homeopathic remedy calcarea sulphurica, you may benefit from it. This may include resolution of kidney stones. However, this remedy does not "work" if your symptom picture differs from it. A professional homeopath can investigate your case ; find the remedy best suited to you. Collaborating with conventional physicians helps also. ...Read more

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How do I use goldenseal for my acnes?

How do I use goldenseal for my acnes?

Not proven: Goldenseal is a herb found from the northeast to Arkansas. It contains berberine which has been used in several medical conditions without proof. Most of the constituents in Goldenseal are poorly absorbed and amounts off berberine are variable. There are much better treatments for acne available so check with a dermatologist ...Read more

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I want to ask about the problem of acnes?

I want to ask about the problem of acnes?

Acne Vulgaris: A very common condition that affects at least 80% of the population, at some point. Treatment can be topical or oral (if more severe) by a Dermatologist. ...Read more

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How I can cure my acnes face?

How I can cure my acnes face?

Lots of choices: It depends on what type of acne you have. Benzoyl peroxide, which is over the counter, is used for papular and pustular acne, which is the red inflamed acne. Tretinion is used for comedonal acne. Topical antibiotics are another choice for acne. More than one treatment is often needed depending on your skin. Your doctor will need to look at your skin to help you choose the right medication. ...Read more

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Please tell me how to treat back acnes?

Please tell me how to treat back acnes?

See Dermatologist: There are several treatment options, in step-wise therapy. The most successful medication for this is accutane, but requires strict oversight. ...Read more

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How can I cure my acne?

How can I cure my acne?

See a dermatologist: There are a number of treatments out there from over the counter products to prescription topical and oral medications. Discuss these with a dermatologist and they will hopefully steer you in the right direction. ...Read more

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How can I treat my acne?

How can I treat my acne?

Acne treatment: First of all, stop all nuts and peanust butter. Also no chocolate or other sugary foods. Over-the-counter surface medications like clearasil (benzoyl peroxide) can help, as well as washing with a soap like neutrogena acne wash. (no financial interest.) if these don't help see a dermatologist who may prescribe an oral antibiotic. ...Read more

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Does clarvis work for acne?

Does clarvis work for acne?

Claravis: What is claravis (isotretinoin)?
Isotretinoin is a form of vitamin a. It reduces the amount of oil released by oil glands in your skin, and helps your skin renew itself more quickly.
Isotretinoin is used to treat severe nodular acne that has not responded to other treatments, including antibiotics. ...Read more

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Are vegetables good for acne?

Are vegetables good for acne?

Probably worthless: Telling people that particular foods are "good for" or "bad for" this-or-that is mostly pop folklore or junk science (a few exceptions). This is the 21st century and you deserve to have your acne treated effectively -- and any physician knows how. Being a young adult is tough enough without acne, and being offered a folk-pop cure for a serious problem like your complexion does you a disservice. ...Read more

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Wats the best way to cure acne?

Wats the best way to cure acne?

You don't: You find a doc you can work with who helps you design a skin care routine that helps. This often includes a variety of meds, creams, etc that can change over time. You plan to fight acne for the long term, since some have it well into their 30's and beyond ...Read more

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What should I do for body acne?

What should I do for body acne?

Systemic Rx: Acne on the trunk usually requires systemic rx. This is your physician's domain. If you're offered, say, tetracycline 500 2x/day, plus a topical agent, it'll probably do the trick. For the tough cases, Isotretinoin usually works. ...Read more

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How can I remove marks from acne?

How can I remove marks from acne?

Dermatology consult: They will be able to help with either depigmentation medicine or Lase statement. And will also help with future Acne treatment/Prevention ...Read more

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Which product works best for acne?

None of them: None of the over-the-counter acne treatments does much good. I start with topical Clindamycin with or without a retinoic acid-based compound. If I do not get a good result in two weeks, I add a systemic antibiotic appropriate to the person. Dermatologists are allowed to use the big guns. Nobody nowadays needs to have bad acne -- life's hard enough without it. Good luck. ...Read more

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How is mild acne typically treated?

How is mild acne typically treated?

Start with: Good at-home skin care. Wash twice a day. Use benzoyl peroxide cream on active spots. See a dermatologist and consider Retin-A cream. ...Read more

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What is the best way to treat acne?

What is the best way to treat acne?

No one best way: There is no one best way - it depends on acne type, age of pt, underlying skin type, location of the acne - so many different things. The vast majority of patients can be treated with topical treatment, usually a combination of retinoids and additional things like benzoyl peroxide or topical antibiotics. Appropriate skin care is also essential. Best to talk about options with doc or dermatologist ...Read more

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Is acneprill a good acne medicine??

Is acneprill a good acne medicine??

Dandelion roots: This is a weird concoction of a bunch of herbals and vitamins and obviously a huge marketing campaign. It's your time and money. I'd urge you to get with your personal physician if you're not clear after two weeks with benzoyl peroxide. ...Read more

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I have acne, what should I wash with?

I have acne, what should I wash with?

Salicylic acid: Start with salicyclic acid wash (typically around 2%) twice daily. If your skin can tolerate the dryness, you can add a benzoyl peroxide (bpo) wash in your routine. Use less than 3% bpo on face, and up to 10% bpo on chest and back. If you are on prescription drying creams, these may be too strong. In which case, use cetaphil wash to counteract the dryness. ...Read more

Dr. J. Lawrence Dohan
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