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Acne

Hi

I have been suffering from acne for the last few years. It started only with my forehead. I had done a chemical peel in 2008 and it was quite okay after that. Though i used to get a pimple on and off on my forehead. But for the past few months i am getting these small little bumps like papules all over my face. some are white in colour and few are red. The red ones have pus in them and heal faster.

I am 29 year old female. Can someone please suggest what medicine i can take...
 
  jayantidey on 2012-05-20
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You can use the therapy for Acne alone.
 
Joe De Livera 9 years ago
Dear Dr. Joe

As per your advice, I have started taking Arnica 6c in wet dose twice daily since 21st May.

Few pimples which I already had, especially on my chin dried up fast. I had few more break outs on my cheeks which too dried up in two days. However, the tiny bumps on my forehead , cheeks and chin are still there. Kindly suggest if I should continue with the same medicine.

Thanks
 
jayantidey 9 years ago

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