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Frequently Asked Questions

Lymecycline 408mg is an antibiotic medication used a treat acne, the most common skin condition. When taken as prescribed, Lymecycline 408mg can be very effective at treating acne.

Lymecycline 408mg is a Tetracycline antibiotic. Bacteria can infect plugged hair follicles in the skin, leading to acne spots. Lymecycline 408mg kills those bacteria, clearing the infection and reducing whitehead and blackhead formation.

When taking Lymecycline 408mg for acne, the course of treatment is typically one capsule a day, taken with a glass of water. It’s important to finish the full course of Lymecycline 408mg, even if your acne has cleared up. Otherwise, the acne could worsen or reoccur.

You cannot be prescribed more than 3 months of Lymecycline 408mg at one time.

You shouldn’t take Lymecycline 408mg if:

  • You are allergic to any of the ingredients in Lymecycline 408mg.
  • You have, or had, a kidney disease.
  • You are pregnant or breastfeeding.

Talk to your pharmacist or prescriber before taking Lymecycline 408mg if:

  • You have had kidney and liver problems.
  • Suffer from Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (Lupus).
  • Suffer from Myasthenia Gravis.

If you are wondering whether you should take Lymecycline 408mg, make sure to use our free Ask a Pharmacist service. We’ll do our best to answer any questions you have about Lymecycline 408mg.

You must not give Lymecycline 408mg to children younger than 8.

Yes, Lymecycline 408mg can interact with other medication. The following medications should not be taken 2 hours before or after taking Lymecycline 408mg:

  • Any nutritional supplements containing calcium, aluminum, magnesium, iron and zinc.
  • Indigestion medication.
  • Medication used to heal ulcers.
  • Oral retinoids.

It’s best to avoid eating large amounts of dairy when on a course of Lymecycline 408mg. Moderate consumption of milk, such as drinking a glass of milk with Lymecycline 408mg, shouldn’t compromise absorption.

There aren’t significant interactions between Lymecycline 408mg and alcohol. However, consumption of alcohol can cause dehydration of the skin which can exacerbate acne symptoms.

As with any medication, it’s possible to experience side effects from your course of Lymecycline 408mg. These can include:

  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Abdominal pain
  • Diarrhoea

Check the Patient Information Leaflet for a more comprehensive list of possible side effects as well as additional warnings and cautions.

There are other kinds of acne treatment available. These include gels such as Differin, Isotrexin and Treclin which are applied to the affected area. These gels are effective treatments of mild to severe acne.

You can also buy the branded version of Lymecycline 408mg, Tetralysal. Tetralysal contains the exact same active ingredient as Lymecycline 408mg and is taken the same way.

Lymecycline 408mg is available to buy online at e-Surgery from as little as £17.50.


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