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No More Antibiotics for Acne – Take the Natural Approach

September 25, 2013 by Works with Water

 

A new proposal via Medscape.com, a popular web resource for physicians and other health professionals, has called for the discontinuation of the routine and regular use of antibiotics to treat acne.

 

Given the numerous possible side effects of antibiotics and the prevalence and worsening of P. acnes (the bacteria that causes acne) resistance worldwide, the proposal prompts doctors to think more carefully about their prescribing habits.

Dr Robin Stones, Dermatologist and Medical Director at Courthouse Clinics says; “Bacterial resistance to antibiotics is a global problem, which is a cause for serious concern. The emergence of the so-called “superbugs” which are resistant to most antibiotics and therefore difficult to treat is a major threat to health. In many areas of the world more than 50% of acne bacteria are resistant to the antibiotics used to treat the condition and the rates are continuing to rise.”

It’s all confusing and upsetting news for acne sufferers, who typically don’t find a sympathetic audience to their blemish plight.

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Sources:
http://www.huffingtonpost.co.uk/dr-patrick-bowler/adult-acne-antibiotics_b_3948531.html
http://web.archive.org/web/20140617171249/http://www.burtonmail.co.uk:80/Health-and-Beauty/Beauty/Doctors-warn-no-more-antibiotics-for-acne-16092013.htm

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