Our expert says:
how long have you been taking the medication? It can sometimes take a while before a medication will begin to take effect as it has to get into your system and start working.
Exfoliating your back and using anti-bacterial washes can help, or a wash specifically for oily skin. However, rather than trying a whole rack of products, perhaps get advice from the person who prescribed the oxytetracycline and consult with them. If you haven't seen a dermatologist yet I suggest you do that if the problem continues.
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