Hi!! I just wanted to tell you that my face cleared up. I wasnt able to go see a dermatologist I dont have insurance and they wanted $140 dollars for the first visit and $100 for every visit after that. Anyway I ended up getting Bronchitis after my last post and I guess the antibiotics they prescribed me cleared my face up alot!!! I finished the 7 days of medicine and my face still has a little redness and spots, but NOTHING like it was before. Now I can wear Makeup that covers it up alot. Thanks for all your help with this.
Whats wrong? I have this strange rash on my face that wont go away, first doctor said it was acne gave me some ointment that burned soo bad and made me peel, it also made me break out on my eyelids, so i stopped using it and went back and now he says Oh its not acne, I dont know what it is. So now i have to wait 2 months to see a dermatologist, he gave me triamcolone until then to calm the redness and inflamation down. My face is embarressing. Thats all.
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