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  1. Oh please, doctors aren't careful when they use needling they just stab you repeatedly everywhere and that is it. There is no risk to hit an artery if you are needling yourself. You make it sound like doctors are super careful, they aren't. They are busy and stressed. Most likely not as careful as you will be to your own skin. Although subcision is better to go to a doctor since this procedure is more complicated and carries bigger risks. Nevertheless, my experience with doctors is the fact that they aren't really careful with that either. You might faint when doing it to yourself though haha. Not a good idea overall.

    You should be a spokes person for the cosmetic industry, "you are all garbage! Spend money now or die ugly and unhappy"
  3. Thank you Robertitoo, that was a nice find.
  4. Did infini destroy my skin?

    She is telling you to seek help to deal. Your life has taken a turn, that's the truth. Maybe it'll heal, maybe not. Regardless, you need to learn to live with it. It is not as bad as some people make it out to be, yeah we can't model but it's not like we are handicapped. We do not live "half full" lives just because we have a bit different skin. Fucking own it man, don't be that person who lets life swallow you up, no one will remember that guy. I guess you need time, I did. It's vastly better, so it does get better. But, it will never be what it used to be so just ignore it and go out and do whatever you would have done without it, don't drop out of Uni. You need to push through. You will regret it if you give up. Good luck! I know you will be fine eventually, it's just really hard right now but don't drop out of Uni and if people are haters then let them, it's really whatever some people are just rotten.
  5. What are you talking about? I didn't ask for a BellaFill commercial but actual studies and proof of what you are saying is true (that in 7-10 years the microdroplet injections will fail). You keep reciting that different doctors say this and that but in all honesty we all should know that doctors have vastly different motives for doing what they do. I have yet to see good results from BellaFill. Frankly, it cannot produce the same results. You are very much allowed to argue against Silicone (microdroplet injections of it) but you need to to so logically. If what you are saying that in 7-10 years most likely you will have complications then give me proof of that. Actual studies. That some plastic surgeons have switched to BellaFill tells me nothing as they are hardly ever successful in achieving lasting results anyhow. Furthermore, a lot of them have monetary motives that has nothing to do about the safety of the patient. However, I am very interested in actual evidence because that might sway my opinion. I actually found a study that checked a patient 30 years on, who was doing great. If you would like I can hunt it down.
  6. Could you point me in the direction of finding the studies that say problems will come in 7-10 years with the microdroplet injection technique? I have yet to see any. However, I have seen a couple that have done great 30 years on...? Don't send me photos of people who injected a ton of silicone in the 70s that is hardly the same thing, we are talking minuscule amounts here. Bellafill can't be reversed either?
  7. Micro-droplet silicone injections might be what you need then. It is pretty much the only thing that can give us what we are looking for unfortunately. Although, some argue the risk is too great so do your research first. The intense obsession with your flaws usually comes from somewhere (psychologically). I should know. Perhaps try to understand why you feel the way you do.
  8. Sudden scarring on cheeks, old accutane user

    Oh god. Yes candida exist but not in the sense that you believe. It is part of our biology. If you had problems with white blood cells they wouldn't attack in the first place. It's like you are adding together different scientific studies and then going "see snakes gives birth to rabbits" it makes no sense. However, this tactic is usually adopted by holistic 'doctors' that need something to back up their pseudo science. To each their own I suppose though. Also, who ever said google was a substitute for actual science? You are actually telling me that I need to google something and the more hits I get must mean it is true! For everyone here, listen to your instincts. I'm out though. Yes. Probiotics can help. That is true, just make sure you get a good one like Udo's choice with at least 45 billion in every cap. Add lots of hyaluronic acid too which might help. Sometimes though it could be stress and other things and it might resolve eventually on its own. Good luck! And your skin is fine to be honest but I understand that it might bug you.
  9. Sudden scarring on cheeks, old accutane user

    Oh my god there is no such thing as candida and leaky gut, it's pseudo science at best. It doesn't even deserve a proper argument. It could be a ton of things but honestly, no her gut is not leaking nor is candida out of control (candida exists in all of us and the only ones with systematic candida - overgrowth are HIV patients who have a lowered immunsystem). Honestly, I'm tired of all the bullshit you are spreading with low immunsystem or whatnot if you have acne/scarring there is absolutely nothing that proves this outrageous claim of yours. Acne is actually the body responding, if we had lowered immunsystem then we wouldn't even get acne. (I'm not going to respond beyond this - because frankly I can't be bothered to start another argument with you - but I wanted to offer another point of view before people start starving themselves to get rid off "candida" which is actually part of our biology and completely normal) It could be a lack of hyaluronic acid, perhaps get some supplements (good ones like Solgar).
  10. Alitrude, how are you feeling now? Did you have any improvements? I'm going in for February for my first one with the same doctor so please let me know about your experience I'm really curious!