This book is about Antibiotics for Acne, Which describes about acne antibiotics fact. Why antibiotics? what are the different types of antibiotics used for acne and what are the most frequently used antibiotics?
Antibiotics for acne Before going for any medications, we must first learn about the actual cause of acne so that we get the proper type of antibiotics for acne. Acne is the result of an overgrowth of a normal skin bacteria causing destruction in follicle. During this process, follicular materials enter the dermis resulting in inflammatory response. Now that you’re little familiar with how acne has been your problem, you can get better treatment. Since acne is caused by bacteria (Propionibacterium acnes (P.Acne), you can possibly think nothing but antibiotics for acne. Why antibiotics? Antibiotic helps to destroy or reduce the growth of bacteria and heal the infection. For acne, antibiotic works in several mechanisms. The first mechanism is to destroy the bacteria in and around follicle. Our white blood cells sometimes create irritating chemicals that helps to develop acne. Antibiotic reduces the production of such chemicals inside our body and also reduces the inflammatory response. Today you can find different types of acne antibiotics. Some of the most frequently used antibiotics for acne are listed below: Tetracycline: If you have acne, then you are most likely to be prescribed with Tetracycline antibiotic. General dose would be taking 500mg twice a day until you see the decrease in acne or scars. Depending upon the mark of acne, you can reduce the dose to 250mg twice a day and slowly can discontinue the dose. But antibiotics for a teenage boy who eats frequently might be harmful and those for pregnant women or children under the age of 9 years. Erythromycin: Another frequently used antibiotics for acne is Erythromycin. This antibiotic is friendly dose for those who like to eat frequently as it should be taken with food. This antibiotic works by reducing the inflammatory response. The normal dose would be taking 250mg to 500mg twice per day. This antibiotic can be used in pregnant women. Doxycycline: Doxycycline is mostly prescribed to those who cannot tolerate the dose of tetracycline and erythromycin. So, the nature of this antibiotic is less strong than that of above doses. The normal dose is to take 50 to 100mg twice a day. Minocycline: Minocycline can also be considered as the derivative of tetracycline which in general is used for Pustular type of acne. Pustule has many names for it like acne, chicken pox, folliculitis and many other terms. Clindamycin: Clindamycin is an effective topical treatment for acne. It is also referred to as oral treatment for acne. Clindamycin and the conjunction of benzoyl peroxide which is both available by prescription are more likely to treat acne effectively. The normal dose per day for this therapy is 75 to 150mg twice. All these antibiotics are or have been effectively used over by 100s of thousands to treat acne. However, intake of antibiotics is a sensitive topic as some might invite side-effects. It is the basics to know about how and when to take these antibiotics. Remember that antibiotics are used only to fight against diseases caused by bacteria not viruses. So make sure these antibiotics are being used for diagnosed bacterial disease. Diseases like common cold, flu are caused by a virus that means antibiotic won’t work against these diseases. Another important thing is that once you start antibiotic treatment, the dose must be complete. Otherwise, the bacteria that causes acne not be destroyed fully which in turn might create further long problem. Antibiotics are a strong medical tool that kills the bacteria sometimes killing good bacteria as well. So, unnecessary use of antibiotic means contributing to antibiotic resistance after which your prescribed antibiotic might not completely destroy the bacteria which in turn results in longer period of illness. Same goes for treating acne. If you have bad acne then it is better to go for complete dose of prescribed antibiotic. If you are suffering from acne scars visit http://www.acnetreatmentfaq.com for information and solution.
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