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  1. Hey there, well firstly let me tell you a little bit about myself and what I'm doing to help my acne. I had some pimples in high school, but nothing terrible; I still of course freaked out at the time and acted like it was the end of the world. I went to college and three months in my acne got very severe, terrible to be honest. I was diagnosed with cystic acne and have dealt with it ever since. So, this is a little over two years with cystic acne and it has ruined my confidence and basically my
  2. Hi there, I could relate two different things to get my main two points across: a white shirt with a huge mud stain on it and being the only person in a room without a friend (this is not being a troll, this is me being honest). White shirt with a mud stain: I find myself focusing solely on my acne when I look in the mirror. Quite honestly, I wouldn't consider myself a bad looking guy if I didn't have acne. However, when I look in the mirror, the acne is the only thing I see / focus on. It ess
  3. So, I had a dermatologist appointment today as it was a one-month checkup after starting doxycycline. Let me say, my face looks no better as it may honestly look a little worse. Anyways, I was trying to be hopeful as my dermatologist seems to think this acne will certainly go away. We were talking about once the acne is gone and what I can do for my acne scars (because I have many and my face looks like a mess). Then, she started saying laser treatment would be the best option and work well.
  4. Thanks everyone for the responses! I was actually just about to type another depressing post, but then I saw how many people responded and I feel much better. I have to start realizing that if a person cannot accept me for my acne, the person does not deserve to be in my life. Seriously, thank you everyone for sharing your personal experiences - even though I hope you all don't have to deal with acne anymore, it is nice to know I'm not alone. My skin does not look any better, it quite honestly
  5. Hi, this is only my second post and my first one in this thread. I feel like many guys don't post on here, but here I am. I really need to vent my feelings and could use some of your personal experiences to help me through this. First, I apologize because I understand there are people much older still fighting with acne and probably will be annoyed by this post, but I think we all have our own problems and struggles, so please bear with me. I started getting acne around 12 or 13 and it was