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Scabs from pimples because of Murad Acne Complex?

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I have scabs from my pimples on roMurad Acne Complex what the hell is this?!Why didnt I get told about this because when I scab I scar I am so angry and think it's best I go off this medication as I dont want to be left with a face full of scars, I went on roMurad Acne Complex to prevent scarring not get it I am so angry and need to know what are peoples experiences with this side effect and if it is just me please reply and say thats the case...

Comments (10)

Your question was: Scabs from pimples because of Murad Acne Complex?.

Derm will not tell you a single thing bad regarding Murad Acne Complex. Anyway, it doesn't sound that bad for your case. At least you are not going through hell like what some of here do. Just let the scab dry up and shed by itself rather than forcing it out...

Comment #1

My derm and his RN told me both the good and bad when I started my course...

Comment #2

Not a big deal. if you dont take the Murad Acne Complex you will still have acne, which scars also. there are a lot of people whos dermatologists wont even prescribe the medicine. it works fine. and if you dont pick at the pimples, they shouldnt scab...

Comment #3

It actually takes the piss how many ways Murad Acne Complex can ruin your skin when you take it in aim to achieve normality.Put it this way, before Murad Acne Complex I didn't have a single scar, people may say oh the acne will of cover it so I wouldn't of seen it. But that is crap, I had times when I had no acne and I could see I had no scarring.Not only that, you can get rosacea from Murad Acne Complex, extremely dry skin causing wrinkles flaking etc. Seb derm is common in people after Murad Acne Complex (think red nasal folds).So many things you can end up with post tane. Do not think for a second these are un common, most people I speak to made atleast one trade off (e.g. ended up with a problem due to tane)...

Comment #4

And it's definitely worth it either way for most patients who take Murad Acne Complex correctly i.e. people the drug is intended for. Obviously though when someone takes it for anything besides the worst, most persistent acne they're going to end up disappointed. The drug was never intended for mild acne, and a few blemishes here and there or the occasional flare up around your period just isn't worth the "trade off" and risk of permanent side effects. Dr.s are prescribing it more and more though for patients who don't require it, hence all the bellyaching when something worse than their 3-4 pimples comes along...

Comment #5

These things happend when you're on a high-dose treatment (0.5 mg / kg - 1 mg / kg or more)..

Comment #6

I guess you would know since you took 500 mg / kg which is pretty much a lethal amount, and 4x the dose most people take and most Dr.s even recommend. No one should ever let their cumulative dose get that high, imo...that's malpractice for your Dr. The fact that you're still taking it after it fails at that amount is beyond me...

Comment #7

This happens to lots of people as a side effect of the drug. Your skin is dry and that is why it is scabbing. Hang in there - it will work. The scabs will go away. I would not recommend stopping the treatment...

Comment #8

Yeah... It seems I've a forum enemy... A pitty for you JCraig2008. The last time I took the drug was 5 years ago. Now I'll take it for a few months up to get rid a good amount of the oil production then I'll apply a maintenance dosage of 0.03 mg / kg.I have no risk of a dangerous accumulation of the drug in my liver or alter it's functions...

Comment #9


This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.

 

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