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Erythrocin ( really works for me) w. PICS.

my doctor prescribed to me

Erythrocin orally 2 times a day.

and ive been taking them for 3 days now and

my skin has complety changed.

i have nothing on my face and im really surprised

because nothing works for me.

[see my album for pictures]

under erythrocin

i dont use anything else except wash my face

with clean and clear morning burst facial scrub.

and i drink green tea and take the tea bag at the end

open it and wash my face with it.

im really happy that my skin has responded so well to this.

that i actually registered and reported lol.

hope this works for others.

if you dont want any side effect between your meal take the pill

youll get back stomach cramps and nausea if you dont. beware.

hope this helped.

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Oral anti-biotics are quite well known for thier anti-inflammatory properties. That's all i can imagine you would see within 3 days, bacteria wouldn't be dying off that quickly from such a weak strain of anti's.

It makes sense though, acne is predominantly an inflammatory disease, remove the inflammation and it's much less visible.

Best of luck with the remainder of your course.

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Whatever works, go with it! How many stories have you heard of relapses with Accutane? It gets tiresome after awhile.

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