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How To Treat Acne Caused By Provera
Acne: Hard to answer with out knowing what you have tried so far. ...Read more
D/w oncologist: Some cancer therapy can cause acneiform rash on skin-especially on the hands and feet area and sometimes on the face . You definitely need to tell your oncologist about this so your doc can help you. Moisturizer is important- you can use udderlysmooth cream or whatever brand you like- , avoid hot water/detergen that make your skin dry. In right setting, antibiotic cream or oral be used too. D/w md. ...Read more
Blemish: The treatment depends on the problem causing the blemish is it a hypo/hyperpigmented scar, a depression, an ice pick, a cyst, etc. Depending on the diagnosis treatments include: bleaching agents, peels, dermabrasion, laser resurfacing, skin needling, camouflage, tattoo, excision, grafting, fillers, fat grafting, puch grafting, soft tissue rearrangement, etc. ...Read more
Acne: Don't wash your face with body soap. Also don't use alcohol or comedogenic products on your face. Try to find an acne wash system like neutrogena or something with benzoyl peroxide. Following low sodium diet might help too, since acne-causing bacteria like salt. You can try to prevent spreading bacteria onto your face by not touching your face, washing your phone, etc. ...Read more
As for other acne: Excess androgens in a woman, and extra cortisol in a man, can both produce acne. While you're being worked up and treated, topical benzoyl peroxide 5% 2x/day is often plenty. For hyperandrogen in women, eating sensibly, weight reduction and especially aerobic fitness are often very helpful. ...Read more
Can metoclopramide cause hirsutism?And how, what happens?Can you confirm by any test? What treatment to be well again, treat hirsutism caused by med?
Metoclopramide: Yes, Metoclopramide (reglan) may be associated with hirsutism, which is defined as increased hair in women in the areas normally occurring in men (e.g. Beard). This may be related to the fact that Metoclopramide blocks the brain chemical, Dopamine which results in increased prolactin, which is a hormone secreted from the pituitary gland. Prolactin does cause hirsutism. ...Read more
Could homeopathy help to cure acne and little holes caused by acne if the acne was caused by both causes hormonal and bacteria?
Yes acne, ? scars: Homeopathy can work remarkably well for curing acne. As for the "little holes, " that is scar tissue; depending on the type of scarring homeopathy might help but may not help all acne scars; but it's worth a try. There are many other options as well: http://www.Doctoroz.Com/videos/clearing-embarrassing-acne-scars. ...Read more
Fade cream: Fade cream is used to fade hyperpigmented areas but should be applied only on the area. If that does not work consider seeing a dermatologist. ...Read more
Psychotherapy CBT : And possibly medications may help. This is a lengthy problem awaiting a solution. I am sending you to a website that reviews the medication trials to date.] dr. Evan torch calls a combination of an ssri and Modafinil "the hidden pearl that can really help depersonalization disorder".. Prozac (fluoxetine) alone is of no benefit and antipsychotics can make things worse.En.Wikipedia.Org/wiki/depersonalization. ...Read more
Scientific Rx: Enjoying your body doesn't cause pimples, and whoever told you it did is either grossly ignorant or is trying to manipuate you. If two weeks of topical benzoyl peroxide hasn't cleared you, get with your personal physician -- you may be a candidate for topical clindamycin, systemic tetracycline, or any of several other meds. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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