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KillMeNow33

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  1. Thank you so much for sharing your story. I can relate a lot to how strangers give unwanted, bad advice. So many kids at school would tell me to use proactive.
  2. I don't think so, everyone would have a different opinion. I would like to see a video of him, to do what he does perfectly.
  3. Does anyone ever try to insult him because of his acne? Did he ever have any good comebacks? Also how tall is he and does he have a good body? When I look at people in the eyes they're normally the first person that looks away. Even when I walk with my head up and smile, I still get comments from strangers. I wish that there was a video of him that I could see.
  4. You're just unlucky. It's like how someone's dad and their brother could still have their hair, yet that person could bald in his teens. I just want to know what the difference between the morbidly obese people and anorexic people with clear skin and us is. I wish you the best.
  5. Can you explain what about him is confident? It would help people do what he's doing so they don't get treated poorly for having bad acne.
  6. Hey, you're an amazing person for sharing this. It helps me deal with having acne a lot.
  7. Alright, so you admit that there is a correlation at least. I just don't understand with how much evidence for a correlation between genetics causing acne, why anyone with bad acne would risk reproducing.
  8. Thank you for sharing what helped you. Me posting on this forum helps me.
  9. If there's a good guy guru you can also recommend, that would be helpful as well.
  10. You said that they didn't reference scientific data, when they did. The science just shows that genetics do have an affect on acne. That was the only point I wanted to get across. If everyone with bad acne stopped reproducing then more people would have less acne. Even if it is a recessive gene I do not think the risk is worth it.
  11. The author just gave their opinion on the studies. The references for the studies are near the bottom of the page.
  12. @Mimi_mi Thank you, for replying. I took 7 months of accutane. It got rid of some of my acne and the rest remained stubborn. My dermatologist recommended that I stop though, because of blood test. I didn't become more depressed while on it. I was quite happy in the beginning and middle of my course because I thought that it would get rid of my acne.
  13. If the gene was 0.1 percent so many kids wouldn't have acne. Moderate acne isn't that big of a deal. I'm talking about bad acne, where your whole face is covered in acne. One of the most popular threads on here is what's the worst thing someone has said about your acne. If acne didn't affect people so much, not as many people would be buying acne products. There are morbidly obese people with clear skin, homeless people with clear skin, and anorexics with clear skin. http://www.acneeinstein.com
  14. How bad is and was your acne? There are people that have took multiple courses of accutane and still have bad acne covering them from head to toe. If you had actual severe bad acne, like where not even accutane could fix it, you took a big risk in reproducing. Fortunately you were lucky and he only has scars now. Although keep in mind that your son had to suffer way more than other kids because of acne. I doubt you ever wanted him to get your acne. Hey, if my post sound like I'm attacking you,
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