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Can monodox be safely taken for one year or even longer? Any concerns for the continuous use?

Posted 18 Sep 2015 by YonghuaLi 0 answers

My daughter's doctor prescribed monodox (100mg daily) for her acne control for one year. We are concerned if there is any issues for taking an antibiotic for that long. Please share your experience and any comment with us. Thanks in advance.

Nausea from generic Doxycycline?

Posted 17 Jun 2014 by BumperPopper 1 answer

My dermatologist gave me a sample box of brand-name Monodox (75mg) to try out for my Rosacea Acne condition. I used it for several weeks (one capsule daily) and saw good results. Surprisingly, I didn't have any tummy aches or nausea that I was worried about, probably because I was taking it ...

Monodox - cost without insurance?

Posted 18 Dec 2013 by Msshae 1 answer

how much do you pay for: doxycycline (monodox) without insurance?

Is Monodox the generic form or is Doxycycline the generic?

Posted 12 Sep 2013 by ETylenda 1 answer

Need to know which is the generic form of this Rx. Thanks.

How long I am I supposed to take doxycycline for acne?

Posted 26 Aug 2010 by vmancillas 1 answer

Im assuming long term use will have adverse effects on my body...

Monodox - does the acne return when you stop using the medication?

Posted 2 Nov 2012 by dmp8498 1 answer

I'm afraid to start my son on a regimin that will only let him down. I see everyone saying a week, two weeks or even a month into using the medication. But what about 3 months later or a year later?? Does the acne return?

Monodox rash?

Posted 5 Oct 2011 by 291kelly 1 answer

I have been taking monodox for three days in order to clear up my dreadful back acne. So far I haven't noticed any kind of improvement, although I'm trying to be patient since I'm still fairly new to monodox, and yesterday I noticed a peculiar red rash where my back acne is. It looks ...

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