Does doxycycline cure all acne including the acnes on our neck and ear?

No. This helps many cases but should never be used without topical benzoyl peroxide or retinoids acid. Many cases of acne will not clear even on this regimen.

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I have rashes/acnes with white liquid (pus?) which can be easily popped on my chest and neck which appeared a week after taking doxycycline for an UTI

Doxy can cause a. sun sensitivity that can lead to blisters or rashes on sun exposed skin. I would not pop blisters as they are sterile and there is less risk of infection. Try using aquaphor or vaniply and see a derm to confirm or refute diagnosis. Read more...

Using creams like acnederm resolveplus and doxydar and nephron tabs (doxycycline hyclate). Any advice about using these acne meds to cure pimples?

No cure. There are only treatment for pimples but no cures. I do not know what dose of antibiotics you are on and how your skin is doing. The medicines you are using are good and if you are not happy with how your acne is responding you need to talk to your physician. Read more...

Doctor tested thyroid for exhaustion, weight gain, ear pain, sadness, heavier periods, and acne. She said thyroid lab is great. I feel horrible. Help?

PCOS? The symptoms for thyroid disease are non-specific, and common in the general population. So there are many people who have symptoms that sound like low thyroid, but have normal thyroid function. Your symptoms are consistent with polycystic ovarian syndrome/ Insulin resistance. I would have someone look into that possibility. Read more...

Chronic chest, back acne, phlegm, often inner ears itch, pimples start to arise in abdomen, throat check shows lumpy round epithelial, What's the issue?

Different issues. Acne rosacea, and acne vulgaris are usually caused by propionic bacteria. However there may be folliculitis resulting from inspection of the hair follicles by normal flora/bacteria on the skin, which can be secondary infection resulting from staphylococcus species. On the other hand, throat infection is usually cause by streptococcus or Staphylococcus species, which are different mechanisms. Read more...