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jarcharles

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About jarcharles

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  1. Have you tried experimenting with your diet
  2. I have a cyst, or some kind of pimple/nodule on my back. It never comes to a head. It never gets inflamed or irritated. It is just a bump. When it is plump, I can press on it with a q-tip and get all the guts to squeeze out. The area will be flat, and you wont see a thing. But, it will eventually plump back up again. I usually drain it twice a month, and this has been going on for years. What the heck is it, and how do I get it to stop?
  3. I'm assuming you've tried every cream, soap and home remedy on the planet. You have to see a derm, and get a prescription for something.
  4. 7 months since my last accutane pill, and all is good
  5. Yeah thats all anyone ever tells you with acne, is just keep waiting. The BP and clindamycin are supposed to be a real good combo. Drink a gallon of water every day.
  6. I'm just really really curious if anyone else had the same condition as me. From about age 21-24 I used to get cystic nodules on the back of my head, right on the hairline. Didnt get them anywhere else on my body. I had mild acne on my face, but nothing crazy. My back of head condition was so bizarre, I made sure to look at the back of everyone elses head to see if anyone else had this. Never saw anyone else with it. I would commonly have one active cyst in the area at any given time. The thing
  7. Not all that practical if you get them all the time, no?
  8. Two things you need to try. 1 is heat. Warm towels, a tea bag. heating pad, I'd do that first, and then get some black drawing salve and apply that and let it sit over night.
  9. Good to hear, don't think you have anything to worry about, but good luck
  10. Yeah it takes longer than a month. Thats why we take it for 5-6-7 months. You will clear up, just let it work. The accutane is physically changing the way your pores produce oil. It is a permanent solution. Don't get caught up in trying to figure out if you have enough symptoms or not, thats silly. Everyone reacts differently. If your skin was dry, you'd probably be worried because your hair wasn't falling out. Best of luck.
  11. You need to put heat on it to bring it to a head.
  12. Hey everyone, wanted to tell my acne story. Accutane gets a bad rap, and I think its because only the people who had a negative experience end up speaking up about it. For me, I was on this site every day during my acne wars, but since now I am cured thanks to accutane, I never went on here again. I decided I would tell my story and hope to encourage someone else. Today, I am a 26 year old male in the US. I had acne as a teen, on my chin and forehead, as well as constant nose blackheads. The
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