Can you get the medication without going to the doctor?

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You can get ointment from pharmacy.
You could consult a phamacist in the drug store.
1) Commonly used anti-acne topical drugs 110% sulfur (children 5% sulfur), 3% salicylic acid ointment. 21% γ-666 emulsion or ointment, pay attention to neurotoxicity. 310% to 25% benzyl benzoate lotion or emulsion. 4 put out the use of sulin cream for external use. The former was applied twice with 540% sodium thiosulfate solution and 4% dilute hydrochloric acid solution, and the latter was applied twice after drying. 1 time each morning and evening, for 3 to 4 days. 610% clomiphene emulsion or expectorant is applied once a day in the morning and evening for 3 days.
After the above topical drugs are treated, they should be observed for 2 weeks. If no new skin lesions appear, they can be considered cured. Because the locust eggs can develop into adults after 7-10 days. After the treatment, there is no new rash and there is still itching, and the compound calamine lotion can be applied externally.
(2) Treatment of acne nodules 1 tar gel is applied every night for 2 to 3 weeks. 2 lesions were injected with glucocorticoids (triamcinolone acetonide). 3 triamcinolone acetonide paste applied locally. 4 cryotherapy.
(3) Drugs for internal use In severe cases of pruritus, antihistamines should be used as appropriate. Secondary infections should be supplemented with antibiotics.