Allow Taking Clindamycin Hydrochloride 150 Mg?
Hi doctor, please help me … I previously treated Erha skin, but I just want to stop and start stopping slowly dri erha cream. taking clindamycin hydrochloride 150mg. The question is, is it okay or not, I took the medicine even though I have been treated with erha skin .. ??? For example, if you may, how many doses should I take a doctor? And how long should I take? Thank you doctor
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Clindamycin is an antibiotic and all types of antibiotics are included in hard drugs. You must not take hard drugs carelessly without clear indications (determined by the doctor who examined you directly) and should also not be purchased without a prescription from a doctor. Antibiotics will only be given if your zits appear to be infected. Therefore you should not take this drug without consulting directly to the doctor first.
You need to know that acne prone skin treatment can not only be done for a moment. Acne can appear due to a blockage in the skin pore by sebum (skin's natural oil) which is mixed with dead skin cells and dirt that clings to the surface of the skin. Sebum will always be produced by your skin (and if you have oily facial skin, this sebum production can be very large so that you will more easily experience acne), and your facial skin cells will also always change (old skin cells will die and peel, new skin cells will be produced replacing these old skin cells). Because both of these processes are natural processes that occur on your skin and will always occur, so if no proper facial treatment is performed, acne will most likely reappear.
If indeed you are still in puberty, you should continue to do skin care in accordance with what is recommended by your dermatologist or dermatologist. It's likely that your zits will continue to appear until your hormonal condition becomes more stable (and your sebum production decreases on its own). If you have passed your puberty, you can try to do skin care yourself:
Wash your face regularly 2 times a day, morning and evening before going to bed
Use special soap to wash your face, do not use soap that is too hard (such as soap containing antiseptic and do not use soap containing scrubs)
You can do facial scrubbing or exfoliate the face in other ways only 2-3 times a week (not too often)
Use a facial moisturizer after you wash your face
You can choose soap or facial care products that contain AHA / BHA which can help speed up the process of changing your skin
If there are large zits, you can treat them using a cream containing Benzoyl peroxide (not mixed with antibiotics)
Avoid sun exposure on the face, use a hat / umbrella on a hot day and make sure you always use sunscreen before you leave the house in the morning and afternoon
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