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About Razz2525

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    NYer turned Texas Gal

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    Dallas, TX
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    Book reviewer, reader/writer, traveling, cooking, gadget geek and new gamer
  1. I've been suffering from a recent, horrible non-stop bout of cystic acne on my cheeks and jawline since I attempted to start the oil cleansing method. It started out great but turned into a disaster. It's in part the result of OCM and hormonal changes. I've eliminated dairy and bread for one week and now instead of getting eruptions on the right side of my face only I get them on the left side too. (As for the right side, I have no explanation, no contact with phones or hands, and I change my
  2. Sorry for the scattered post. I should've separated this into 2 different posts: 1) concerned about the fact that I may be taking too many supplements and 2) that the "stuff" in the pimples is still there despite the inflammation of the cystic acne going away and what to do about it. Thanks for the link. I've already checked out the regimen which seems like a more measured approach towards supplements than my "shock and awe" attack taking every androgen-blocking supplement that I'm aware of.
  3. I'm trying to avoid spironolactone due to IBS issues and the fact that it definitely made me feel off. I may end up going on it but I'm still trying to cure my hormonal acne through diet and natural means without going on medications. I'm also starting to suffer from hot flashes so I feel like I'm sweating or cooking from the inside frequently... But apart from the right side of my face (cheek and chin) being covered in hard small cystic bumps that are painful (my forehead and left cheek are 9
  4. Hi, I've been lurking for weeks but I'm in my early 40's and went off birth control in June due to an abnormally long menstrual cycle (from April to June while I was still on birth control). My cycles went back to normal but are shorter in between, so instead of every 4 weeks of getting a period, it's now 3. I was diagnosed with IBS in June and have a history of gastritis and after doing the low FODMAP diet, my belly FINALLY feels back to normal. It hasn't felt this good in years. Since goin