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About Katylulu_

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  1. Thanks that’s good to know! It was improving but very slowly, as expected I suppose! But when I went to my doctor, she agreed that a higher dose usually has better results so she put my prescription up! I’m also not sure if a change in brand makes much difference, I know there’s always an ongoing debate as to whether that affects the medication!
  2. Hi, I’ve been taking spiro since November and was initially taking 50mg. At the start of January my skin was starting to clear up nicely and my oil levels had been slightly reduced, but from all the research I had done, I figured 100mg would be the boost I needed to clear my skin for good. But now it’s been a few weeks and my skin seems to be oily again and I’m getting more bumps and spots around my jaw. My regime and diet hasn’t changed at all, so I know that can’t be a reason. I
  3. Glad I'm not the only one! Have you experienced any other side effects? I've recently started to get migraines this week which I've only ever had on birth control! So weird! Have you had anything similar?
  4. I'm 20 years old with hormonal acne and I've been taking 25mg Spironolactone for just over a month now and in the past week I've had 2 migraines with auras. I only ever used to get these migraines when I was on birth control for over year, which I am now banned from taking as a result of the health risk. I can understand that the excess estrogen from BC would cause my migraines but as an anti androgen, I don't understand why Spiro is doing the same, especially in such a short amount of time. I k
  5. So I've only been on a low dose of 25mg Spiro for 16 days now and for the past couple of days I've experienced sore and tender breasts on the under side of them, more than I usually would during PMS. I've heard that spiro can cause breast growth so was just wondering if this might be the case? I barely fill an A cup, always had oily skin and moderate acne since 10y/o and when I gain weight it always goes straight to my belly and face/neck. All of these are signs of high testosterone/androgens