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MovingOn

Member Since 30 Jan 2013
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In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

Yesterday, 09:13 PM

I really hope the suicide thing was not targeted at me as that is absolutely appauling. I will get you banned from this site permanently if it is. that's despicable to even comment on that.



Furthermore, your insecurities and hatred of other people is apparent.  Projected inner self-hatred, placed on others to make yourself feel better.  How about we show compassion for others instead of using your big bad vocabulary to tear people down to size....NO ONE else on here is looking for a competition.  We are all just looking for answers. BE NICE. PLAIN AND SIMPLE.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

27 July 2014 - 06:28 PM

What about the theory that our androgen receptors are damaged, and despite our blood levels showing normal levels, perhaps we need more androgens? I;ve seen this out there before, with really no research...but doesn't this kind of make sense given the intolerance to ANTI-androgens? Has anyone tried low dose androgens to test this out? Androgens are responsible for collagen synthesis, texture of the skin, and a bunch of other metabolic functions.  Can't we all technically have some form of receptor dsyfunction that can be reversed if looked at through the right lens?


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

27 July 2014 - 02:34 PM

I never said Saw Palmetto worked lol, Just that I was going to try it,  At that time i didn't know much about anti-androgens, now I live by that. It made my skin drier and yah my hair stopped shedding as much, but i think it just aggravated things more like any anti-androgen.  I've reduced all of my supplements to 225 billion probiotic, collagen in powder form, and LDN for joint pain.  Don't think I could be doing any better.  Oh yah, still gluten free as my tolerance to that has not gone away.  i did one liver flush which got a lot of "Stones' out, still am skeptical but i did feel better for about a week and change afterwards, but it slowly wore off.  It did temporarily help with my food intolerances which was weird. I'm doing another this week.  The most important thing to do is to stay hydrated, and there really is not much of a need for epsom salts apparently during but i'm too afraid to try it without.  Again, I'm not recommending anyone go and do this, I'm just letting you all know what I;m doing. I'll report back. If I die,. it was for the CAUSE. jk.  I've done it before and it was painless. Until next time. ;)


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

30 April 2014 - 07:40 AM

you can ingest it or use it topically from my knowledge. I've heard of people being cured after several months to a year of consistent treatment.  Good cannabis oil has a lower THC content and higher CBD content, which has all the healing properties. I think it's highly dependent on how severe your symptoms are and there is no guarantee that it will work, but I have noticed benefits from vaping in the past on overall health.  Do be careful though since marijuana is an antiandrogen or acts like an antiandrogen, so it can also aggravate symptoms of dryness as well (in my experience. It's mostly just confusing to me how it can be healing and bad for some at the same time. But seeing as it does directly effect hormones, I think that that is the key.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

29 April 2014 - 08:20 PM

Reported my sides to Rxisk website! Will be doing the others tomorrow.  Thanks for attending the protest. I still think it had a solid impact and I hope to go to one in the near future. Ya know, once I have money and vacation days...

 

Anyone have any experience with Armour Thyroid?? I don't believe it's doing crap...perhaps maybe even causing mroe harm than good....LDN is still working like a charm...