Jump to content
Acne.org
Search In
Find results that contain...
Find results in...

Recommended Posts

Posted (edited)
On 7/25/2018 at 4:37 AM, Justdry said:
I was thinking of having a 'stem cell facial' - to try and cure the dry, damaged skin. Only thing stopping me is that I was quoted up to £5,000 here in the UK. 

At this point I feel like it would be the only thing that could possibly heal my skin. 

Bro, take that money, and run an HGH cycle (4 iu per day). Youtube it. Lookup Sylvester Stallone gh. Throw in some other healing peptides TB-500...BPC157.  Research online and take your health into your own hands.

https://www.elitefitness.com/videos/peptides/tb-500-explained/ Edited by macleod

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted (edited)
On 7/30/2018 at 5:23 AM, macleod said:

 

Removed by author.

Edited by Devolution

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
3 hours ago, macleod said:

Bro, take that money, and run an HGH cycle (4 iu per day). Youtube it. Lookup Sylvester Stallone gh. Throw in some other healing peptides TB-500...BPC157.  Research online and take your health into your own hands.

https://www.elitefitness.com/videos/peptides/tb-500-explained/
And where am I meant to purchase these products (in the UK) and how would they heal already badly damaged skin !? 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted

Don’t forget all the syringes you’re gonna need too!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted (edited)
17 hours ago, Justdry said:
20 hours ago, macleod said:

Bro, take that money, and run an HGH cycle (4 iu per day). Youtube it. Lookup Sylvester Stallone gh. Throw in some other healing peptides TB-500...BPC157.  Research online and take your health into your own hands.

https://www.elitefitness.com/videos/peptides/tb-500-explained/
And where am I meant to purchase these products (in the UK) and how would they heal already badly damaged skin !? 

Trust me. Search some UK bodybuilding forums online and ye shall find anything that comes to your imagination. Yes, GH has skin healing properties and it is said to aid even the hair and nails. And they are sub Q injections with insulin pins, no more than a pinch into the belly fat. 

I'm almost an expert at Sub-Q and intra-muscular injections. I can do vastus lateralis, deltoid, gluteus maximus, pectoral one handed at this point. And that's one handed whilst employing the z-track method. Edited by macleod

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
1 hour ago, macleod said:

Trust me. Search some UK bodybuilding forums online and ye shall find anything that comes to your imagination. Yes, GH has skin healing properties and it is said to aid even the hair and nails. And they are sub Q injections, no more than a pinch into the belly fat. 

I'm almost an expert at Sub-Q and intra-muscular injections. I can do vastus lateralis, deltoid, gluteus maximus, pectoral one handed at this point. And that's one handed whilst employing the z-track method.

Do you still take the mushroom supplements?

When did you take the giant leap from simple supplementing to injecting stuff??

Interesting what you’re currently on....

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
On 29/7/2018 at 6:24 PM, MonsterDiesel said:

Beta-alanine = dry eye relief?

Started using beta-alanine and noticed that my eyes have tears.  They are the wettest they've ever been.  So much that havent used drops.  Nose didnt feel dry either and wasnt bleeding this morning.  Not sure the mechanism but it seems to be working.  Taking 1 tablet of the gnc brand a day.

@monsterdiesel could you give me more details please. I have really bad dry eyes after accutane.i tried everything with no succes... i wuold like to know how bad are your eyes? After how long beta alanine started to help? Have you started contemporary  to workout?( it could also help producing testosterone). Feel free to add me on FB( Baf Raf) or to enjoy in my FB group "isotretinoin induced mgd".

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
1 hour ago, baffo900 said:
i wuold like to know how bad are your eyes? After how long beta alanine started to help? .

I have no tears.  At all.  So my eyes are as bad as they can get.  I took the first dose in the morning and noticed within a couple hours that they had tears.  I also have dry nasal passages and bleed every single morning.  That also stopped.  

I did not take beta alanine for this purpose.  It's just a "side effect" I noticed.  I will keep taking it as it also has antiaging effects and helps in the gym.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted

Hey Guys,

Sorry for not being around too much, i wanted to post here a quick update.


I will be presenting my work in London this coming September to a team of Researchers. I will try to convince them to focus their attention to the Liver.

As a summary of what i've been finding over the past 3 months.

-I confirm the importance of Gut. Even though i was not looking too much at this, Gut *is* very important.

-Given the latest findings of Lipkin et. al, we see Phospholipid metabolism alteration. From others we saw Bile Acid Metabolism disruption (Hanson et. al)

-Gut dysbiosis may be responsible for Liver issues such as NAFLD, NASH and Fibrosis. The contrary is also true : Liver Issues result to Gut Dysbiosis (through Bile Acid dysregulation).

Given the above i believe that we have to focus on enterohepatic regulation (not just Liver, not just Gut but both). Please note that Retinoic Acid inhibits Bile acid Metabolism through repression of CYP7A1. This may be setting the stage for Gut Dysbiosis (?).

-One supplement of interest is Butyric acid because it induces expression of MFGE8 (Hypothesis).


I will keep you posted.



 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted

I'm eager to hear from you and your presentation! All the best and looking forward to continued posts! @mariovitali

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
5 hours ago, mariovitali said:

Hey Guys,

Sorry for not being around too much, i wanted to post here a quick update.


I will be presenting my work in London this coming September to a team of Researchers. I will try to convince them to focus their attention to the Liver.

As a summary of what i've been finding over the past 3 months.

-I confirm the importance of Gut. Even though i was not looking too much at this, Gut *is* very important.

-Given the latest findings of Lipkin et. al, we see Phospholipid metabolism alteration. From others we saw Bile Acid Metabolism disruption (Hanson et. al)

-Gut dysbiosis may be responsible for Liver issues such as NAFLD, NASH and Fibrosis. The contrary is also true : Liver Issues result to Gut Dysbiosis (through Bile Acid dysregulation).

Given the above i believe that we have to focus on enterohepatic regulation (not just Liver, not just Gut but both). Please note that Retinoic Acid inhibits Bile acid Metabolism through repression of CYP7A1. This may be setting the stage for Gut Dysbiosis (?).

-One supplement of interest is Butyric acid because it induces expression of MFGE8 (Hypothesis).


I will keep you posted.



 


If it helps with your collecting of information 
ive been to one of the best Gastroenterologist in the country if not the world I believe ( one of the doctors is a pioneer on the poo transplant procedure )

Anyway, they’ve fixed my acid issues by giving me Pariot but what I did also want to mention is that I’ve been on both Vancomycin and Rifaximin to try and fix all gut issues - both haven’t really changed a thing to be honest.

The doctor in the end decided not to do a poo transplant, might it of actually changed something? Who knows....He concluded there was nothing sinister going on with gut and so that was the end of seeing Gastroenterologist.

Has anyone else seen one??

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted

I think the idea is to fix the gut and liver naturally. It might be hard introducing more antibiotics to the liver and gut to fix it. 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
17 hours ago, Biggest Brother said:

I think the idea is to fix the gut and liver naturally. It might be hard introducing more antibiotics to the liver and gut to fix it. 


Good luck, all that was offered by Gastroenterologist was iberogast.

There’s so much on gut and liver in all these pages - plenty of natural supplements and diets and yet here we still are.

Not saying don’t treat your gut health but Accutane to my knowledge is on a whole other level in how it wiped out all our gut villi 

Dont know how to repair it, tried everything on the market!!

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted

I got my first diagnosis this week after four years of doctors telling me there’s nothing wrong with me. They still denied it’s because of Accutane (f*ck it), and said I have internal snapping hip syndrome (tight tendons) and ulnar nerve stability (in the elbow). My hips have gotten so bad I might need surgery and my legs are numb most of the time and it’s painful to even walk. Funny this is supposed to happen to athletes who play sports, not me who’s a couch potato (ACCUTANE REALLY DOES DESTROY YOU LIKE THAT). They said I might need surgery for my elbow when it gets worse. What i don’t get is how the hip and elbow are two different syndromes when all my joints are snapping in my body. I’m honestly worried I’ll get worse after surgery since they don’t know the cause (root problem) and it’ll eventually get worse again... 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted

Thinking of joining over at PropeciaHelp. I still don't actually know if it is post-accutane syndrome i'm suffering from because of the delay it took for my symptoms to appear, but all the signs point to some kind of acquired androgen resistance or 5-alpha-reductase deficiency, which would implicate the accutane. If you guys who have accounts over there could let me know if i'd be welcome to sign up and ask a few questions i would be grateful.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted

What’s the latest over there?

What do they know that we don’t already know on here?

Are they waiting on a scientist to discover a cure?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted (edited)
On 8/3/2018 at 12:34 AM, childofsungod said:

 

 

On 8/3/2018 at 1:40 AM, TrueJustice said:

 

Removed by author.

Edited by Devolution

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
8 hours ago, childofsungod said:

Thinking of joining over at PropeciaHelp. I still don't actually know if it is post-accutane syndrome i'm suffering from because of the delay it took for my symptoms to appear, but all the signs point to some kind of acquired androgen resistance or 5-alpha-reductase deficiency, which would implicate the accutane. If you guys who have accounts over there could let me know if i'd be welcome to sign up and ask a few questions i would be grateful.


Of course you're welcome to join!

A lot of those guys also had a delay after stopping finasteride, where they recovered or went into a "hyperandrogenic" phase for awhile before all hell broke loose. It's almost unbelievable but exactly what happened to me after stopping Accutane.

The focus is mainly on hypogonadal ( as you say "androgen resistance") symptoms and neurological issues, but all post-Accutane sufferers are encouraged to join.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted (edited)
On 8/3/2018 at 9:36 AM, Dubya_B said:

 

Removed by author.

Edited by Devolution

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted

Currently away but I will sign up for sure when I get back. Thanks for your responses guys. It’s easy to feel bleak when you’re going through something like this but being able to discuss it in some way definitely helps. Easy to forget how many people get severely messed up by pharmaceuticals, be they accutane, hair loss drugs, SSRIs, women who take the pill... Certainly not a fan of pharmaceuticals anymore.

The prostate cancer research thing sounds huge. I think the way to go is definitely to build up numbers and find similar conditions that could pathe the way to finding a cure.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
2 hours ago, childofsungod said:

Currently away but I will sign up for sure when I get back. Thanks for your responses guys. It’s easy to feel bleak when you’re going through something like this but being able to discuss it in some way definitely helps. Easy to forget how many people get severely messed up by pharmaceuticals, be they accutane, hair loss drugs, SSRIs, women who take the pill... Certainly not a fan of pharmaceuticals anymore.

The prostate cancer research thing sounds huge. I think the way to go is definitely to build up numbers and find similar conditions that could pathe the way to finding a cure.


Yeah exactly, only heard about this last week, Australian soldiers given anti-malaria drug mefloquine and it causing massive psychological issues for some of these poor guys to the point of ruining lives.

Of course it’s all played down by Government reports. Complete ignorant bullshit in a similar fashion to what we go through with our relaying info to doctors and specialists.


 

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted (edited)

good to see some people in here trying real stuff. TRT, Sarms, Peptides and HGH. I haven't done anything since my previous post but about to start trying some things out.
I have a range of problems all around joints/cartlige/tendon/spine! Damn you accutane (and finasteride) - going to try BPC157 to help my quad heal see how that goes

Some people say MK2866 is good for joints other say its temporary - any ideas? Those sarms are supressive so ive always thought just man up and take moderate dose of test and DECA for increased collagen synthesis (plus MK677/HGH/peptides for the GH boost)

anyone done just pure T and seen a benefit?

Edit - for info purposes been doing Keto for a time i think that helps, but hard to maintain. Moving to fasting now with 50-70% calories Post-WO

Edited by arus9000

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
5 hours ago, arus9000 said:

good to see some people in here trying real stuff. TRT, Sarms, Peptides and HGH. I haven't done anything since my previous post but about to start trying some things out.
I have a range of problems all around joints/cartlige/tendon/spine! Damn you accutane (and finasteride) - going to try BPC157 to help my quad heal see how that goes

Some people say MK2866 is good for joints other say its temporary - any ideas? Those sarms are supressive so ive always thought just man up and take moderate dose of test and DECA for increased collagen synthesis (plus MK677/HGH/peptides for the GH boost)

anyone done just pure T and seen a benefit?

Edit - for info purposes been doing Keto for a time i think that helps, but hard to maintain. Moving to fasting now with 50-70% calories Post-WO


Can I ask though, why wouldn’t we just take all these things you listed if they were a cure?

Point being, I’ve gotten excited about HGH etc before and yet it’s not the cure.

Perhaps they might provide relief but do you believe they’ll cure you?

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites
Posted
21 hours ago, arus9000 said:

good to see some people in here trying real stuff. TRT, Sarms, Peptides and HGH. I haven't done anything since my previous post but about to start trying some things out.
I have a range of problems all around joints/cartlige/tendon/spine! Damn you accutane (and finasteride) - going to try BPC157 to help my quad heal see how that goes

Some people say MK2866 is good for joints other say its temporary - any ideas? Those sarms are supressive so ive always thought just man up and take moderate dose of test and DECA for increased collagen synthesis (plus MK677/HGH/peptides for the GH boost)

anyone done just pure T and seen a benefit?

Edit - for info purposes been doing Keto for a time i think that helps, but hard to maintain. Moving to fasting now with 50-70% calories Post-WO


"Manning up" and taking Deca-Durabolin/nandrolone might make you less of a man.

Some not-so fun facts about Deca:
  • Highly anabolic but poorly androgenic (often prescribed to women for this reason)
  • Poor conversion by 5-alpha reductase into an extremely weak androgen (may displace DHT?)
  • Cannot be metabolized into T-derived neurosteroids
  • Strong negative feedback on testosterone production
  • Causes "Deca-Dick", a sometimes permanent condition similar to PFS/PAS/PSSD that is widely discussed on bodybuilding forums.
...Just a fair warning.

Share this post


Link to post
Share on other sites

Create an account or sign in to comment

You need to be a member in order to leave a comment

Create an account

Sign up for a new account in our community. It's easy!

Register a New Account

Sign in

Already have an account? Sign in here.

Sign In Now

×