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I have psoriasis on most parts of my body.What works for me is prime products with adaptogens.I got a huge zit on my face,and my doctor drained it.He prescribed Macropen.What puzzles me is that since I took the Macropen,my skin problem realy improved a lot.My question is:What does Macropen contain that helps improve my psoriasis,and can macropen be taken for this disorder on a long term basis?Thank you in advance.
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MACROPEN as a trade name is used both for a flucloxacillin/ammoxicillin preparation made in South Africa. MACROFEN made in the eastern European countries denotes the medication midecamycin a macrolide antibiotic. This is why it is often better to use the generic name when asking questions, however whether your medication is the former or latter variety the answer to your question in how this relates to an effect on psoriasis remains the same.
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