Cystic Acne and Treatment
What is Cystic Acne?
Cystic Acne is a rigorous type of Acne where the Acne develops in to little cysts. It can be very painful and cause big problems to anyone who has the condition. It is also known as Nodulocystic Acne. Acne cysts cannot be said to be True cysts as they are Nodules of swelling but not like the irregular dilations of the skin. This kind of acne is not very rare but it is definitely rarer than other types of acnes. It is caused due to the normal and typical reasons acnes form in the first place. That is basically an excess build up of sebum in the pores. Many believe acnes to form because of lack of hygiene but that is absolutely not true.
How can it affect us?
Cystic acnes can be very painful to the common man if not treated properly and quickly. Because the more it stays on, the more it can affect us and make things worse. Cystic acne can impinge on the shoulders, back, chest and face mainly. It can also affect the upper arms sporadically. Similar to pimples that occur to many people especially teenagers, cysts are also contained of white pus-like matter. Usually, these cysts are quite a few centimeters in diameter and can cause much pain to those who have it. If the cystic acnes are not treated early on, they might cause some extent of scarring. It can be worse or quite severe depending on the case of the cyst. Although these are treatable cases, sometimes scars on the body do not respond to treatment unlike scars on the face. So, it causes the patient more pain. Usually, it’s uncommon that all scars can be removed entirely. Even subsequent to the cysts have been healed, some scars called “pseudo scars” may crop up. They resemble cysts a bit and are loose red patches of skin. But they are scars that are not permanent, and heal within about six months.
Cystic Acne Treatment
Isotretinoin is a type of medication or treatment used for healing Cystic acnes. It can also be applied in treatment of various diseases relating to skin cancer. It is a very useful method to prevent the cystic acnes. It works directly upon decreasing.
The sebum production and reduces the size of the sebaceous glands. It is a retinoid and though its exact working mechanism is still not known, it is found to work like other retinoids. The dose of Isotretino is applicable to a patient depends on the body weight of the patient and the severity of the condition of his cystic acne. It should be followed like a course with doses of about 0.5 to 1 mg/kg/day.
Over dosage of it could cause problems like dryness of skin, skin peeling, conjunctivitis etc. People having cystic acnes are looked down in society. They are ignored and thus have social problems. So cystic acnes cannot only affect a person physically, but also mentally as well as it might lead him to clinical depression and lack of interest in life.
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