Options For Foruncular Natural Treatment

Foruncular acnes are acnes of a special type. Its name comes from the root word furuncle, which pertains to a painful node in the skin. The nodule is caused by staphylococcus, a certain type of bacteria. In layman’s terms, furuncles are simply hair follicle infections. They may form in the neck, face, groin, and armpits. And when they do develop, they can be very unsightly and uncomfortable.

To treat foruncular acne, antibiotics are usually prescribed. But as you may already know, antibiotics may cause dizziness, nausea, and other side effects. Certain acne antibiotics may event trigger vaginal yeast infections. The many side effects of antibiotics are simply too many to mention that using them should always be coupled with extreme caution. Here are the most common types of antibiotics prescribed for acnes:

1. Tetracycline

This antibiotic is supposed to be taken before meals, as it works on an empty stomach. It can’t be taken by pregnant women or children aged 8 years old and below. Ask your doctor first you can use this compound, especially if you have pre-existing health conditions.

2. Erythromycin

This one is the most popular acne antibiotic. But unlike tetracycline, this one is supposed to be eaten after meals as it can cause nausea if taken without food in the stomach. Just like any other drug, erythromycin may have side effects. Ask your doctor about it.

3. Minocycline

Minocycline is a variation of tetracycline. It works most effectively for cases of cystic acne. This one is taken before meals too. Pregnant and breastfeeding mothers are not allowed to use this medicine. The same is true if you’re planning to get pregnant in the near future.

4. Doxycycline

If you can’t tolerate either tetracycline or erythromycin or if they simply don’t work for you, doxycycline is the alternative. Take it with food. Use sunscreen when under this medication as it increases sensitivity to the sun’s rays.

5. Clindamycin

Clindamycin is an example of a topical acne antibiotic. Just apply it on the affected parts and off you go. The active ingredients would be absorbed by the skin. Patients of ulcerative colitis and intestinal inflammations can’t use this medicine.

6. Accutane

Accutane is commonly prescribed for cases of acne that can’t be treated with antibiotics. It works for moderate to severe cases of acne. Pregnant women are not allowed to use this drug.

However, you have to know that staphylococcus may become resistant to antibiotics over time. This is the main reason why natural treatments are still around these days. Sometimes, the simple but important process of detoxification is all you need to treat chronic acne once and for all. Try natural skin peels and see if they would work for you.
When it comes to natural solutions, it may boil down to trial and error. You have to be patient in finding the one that works perfectly for you. Don’t worry. Natural acne treatments are usually way cheaper than the antibiotics listed above. But more importantly, they don’t pose to have any adverse side effects too.

3 Responses to Options For Foruncular Natural Treatment

  1. sick_mick_101 says:

    My doctor suggested I get this so I did, he told me there where hardly any side effects but now I’ve reasearched this online and it’s taken people years to conceive and years for their period to come back after stopping it. This worries me as it took 3 years to conceive our first. Thanks.

  2. JackReynolds says:

    I know all about Accutane side effects already, especially about the dryness. But I’ve been on Accutane for a few days now and I haven’t experienced none of that yet. Is that normal? How long will it take until it starts happening?

  3. friendly 4 says:

    the side effects of all-natural beauty products…and it’ll be better if you gave me the side effects of homemade products AND those natural products made in a factory.

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