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Acne vulgaris (or cystic acne) is a common human skin disease, characterized by areas of skin with seborrhea (scaly red skin), c...
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1,658,449 conversations around the web about Acne to help you make a decision
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Acne & Esophageal Ulcer

0.91% of the posts that mention Esophageal Ulcer also mention Acne (4 posts)
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" ...too was also taking a tetracycline for acne. Apparently the tetracycline ...by a doctor. The pain will subside within a week with this treatment. \"Doxycycline-induced esophageal ulcer (DIEU) is... "

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" ...of food while being on doxycycline therapy for acne. \ The most common doxycycline ...very severe esophagitis, really an esophageal ulceration, that is caused by not... "

" ...now without problem for my acne, well 2 nights ago I ...effects on google and found a very uncommon effect, esophageal ulcer: emence stomach pain, and pain in back. Does anyone... "

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" Its called Doxycycline-induced esophageal ulcer. Its not common. I have been taking Doxy for many years for acne without any complication. Then one night I took a... "

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