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Oxytetracycline Oral Antibiotic
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Oxytetracycline Oral Antibiotic

Ingredients


Active Ingredient:
Oxytetracycline dihydrate.

Inactive Ingredients:
Magnesium stearate, maize starch, hydroxypropylcellulose (E463), colloidal silica, sodium lauryl sulphate. The tablet coating contains propylene glycol,sunset yellow (E110), quinoline yellow (E104), titanium dioxide (E171), methylhydroxypropylcellulose (E464), purified talc (E553).

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Decent atleast helped in someway
Reviewed on November 22, 2016

Was the first antibiotic i was prescribed. Within the first 5 days my complexion got lighter but did not stop break outs..in short you will get good days and bad days..the bad days will outweigh the good but if you are desperate try it. I would get like 2 good days every 1 week and a half.


acne
Reviewed on February 17, 2015

Hi to all😁 just to say underneath we are beautiful😀dispite our skin.

Don't give up even though you want to,believe me i know, keep fighting, it all will prevail. I'm a 30 year sufferer hormonerly😟 please don't give up coz I'm still trying😵


Temporary measure
Reviewed on July 28, 2013

Have struggled with acne since I was around 11 years old. It was very effective but I broke out when the course finished. One course may help in clearing your acne which is why I would recommend it. However, it is best to use topical treatments as antibiotics are not good in the long term. Personally, I use Epiduo with the Neutrogena Pink Grapefruit Face Wash, Scrub and Moisturiser


Reviewed on May 20, 2013

I have used this antibiotic in the past for cystic acne. It took a good 3-4 months before I even noticed any change but in the 5th month I was all clear. During this time I still had excessively oily skin, but I would try to cover that up with powder during the day. The clear skin lasted only for about 3 months and then after this slowly I started breaking out in little inflammatory spots, then eventually they became full blown cysts again. I regret not using a topical with this antibiotic because I think I could of maintained the clear skin for longer if it wasn't just relying on the antibiotics. I have to add the new resistant acne came back even worse than my previous cystic acne and I was truely dissapointed. These new cysts were deeper and more harder to treat. In the end I eventually got rid of them with isotretinoin.

Bottom line is this antibiotic will work for you if you have not used it before and provided you don't have any resistance. But eventually your spot causing bacteria grows an immunity and becomes resistant to this antibiotic, so it's best to use it in conjuction with another treatment. Antibiotics are only a temporary solution to a chronic condition.


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Reviewed on December 29, 2012

I was prescribed Oxytetracycline 250mg tablets from my doctor. I take 2 in the morning and 2 at night. I have been on them for around about a month now and I am so impressed. My acne is so much calmer and barely noticeable. It has dramatically reduced the amount of spots/breakouts I get and I will definitely be continuing with them to see how much better my skin gets in another month. I recommend them, it's worth a try! Persevere.


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Fergus, Wales
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Reviewed on September 3, 2012

I was perscribed this by my doctor after Erythomycin didn't have an effect. It helped reduce the number of spots and breakouts, but has come nowhere near clearing it completely.