I didnt really think the possible side-effects are better or worse
than most other medications. If even a very small percentage of
people develop an adverse reaction-or side effect-to a drug it must
then be included in the information supplied to the consumer, hence
can sometimes make pretty scary reading...however I agree that it is
definately worth knowing of any possible side-effects etc if using a
medication. I have been using minomycin for a few years now, and
have experienced nothing adverse, however I would still much prefer
not to be taking it due to possible adverse health outcomes etc etc,
and yes there is always still the risk of something not so good
I've not had any experience with Finacea but I was doing some
research on the different types of antibiotics I have tried over the
years. One of the first I tried was Minocycline and when I did a
Google search the other day, I found some alarming negative side
effects with this drug. You might want to do the same and have a bit
of a read eg.
There are many more sites and I am sure there are past posts too. It
scared me to read this stuff and I won't be going back to
Minocycline again. This may be old news to some of the members here
but I guess we all learn something new at different times and stages
of our Rosacea.
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> Hi - I am using Finacea in the morning and night but as I learned
> fromn this site and online the Finacea is more for pimples,
> I just have reddness, so I am going to go to my derm. and ask why
> on it and if there is a better cream to reduce the redness. I also
> take 100mg of minocycline.