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About ugly_skye

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  1. I really sympathise with you, I felt like I was reading my own post. I'm 26, I have PCOS and I've been trying to get rid of my acne for 15 years. I've tried every type of birth control (but couldn't deal with the side effects), Spironolactone, Metformin, every type of fashwash and topical treatment, strict diets, antibiotics and Accutane, but absolutely nothing works because the underlying problem of PCOS is causing the acne and that cannot be fixed. I'm the only person I know who has acn
  2. I know how you feel. I resorted to Accutane after suffering with acne for 11 years. I was on Accutane for 9 months, ended up with tonnes of ongoing side effects and my acne returned two months after I finished the course. I learnt the answer to my question the hard way.
  3. :D that was the intention! =)
  4. Thank you, you made me smile :)

  5. Hey thanks for your supportive comments. I have decided to keep going with the Accutane, it's only been 5 months and the derm wants me on it for about 8, just hope I don't get any more scars. If I do quit though, i'll always wonder.

    Good luck with your course.

  6. eryone didnt care.

    I know just how you feel. I missed my senior prom because of the disease. I had a awesome date, awesome group and i made some BS up because i was embarrased.

    I really hope you feel better, noone deserves this. Based on your main picture though your very beautiful.

  7. I just read about your accutane post. Im so sorry to hear that. I know this is probably something you dont want to hear....but many people require 2 doses of accutane to clear there face. Why not go for it? Im on my second dose now. (A stupid mistake by me caused me to get a lot of acne) Not too mention i have seborrheic dermatitis which makes me embarrased to leave the house even though i know ev

  8. I feel so depressed today, I'm completly out of hope and I don't think I'm strong enough to live with acne for the rest of my life. I have literally tried everything to treat my acne and finally decided Accutane was the last step, I started Accutane 5 months ago and today I've decided to quit. I was waiting in my derm's office, she was running really late and I was going to get a new script but instead I just decided to walk out. This drug has ruined my life, my face is literally covered in s
  9. I wish I could say it has been a positive experience but sadly it has given me heaps of ripple like scars when previously I never scarred like that. My skin is still bad as well, I don't think I have any improvement. I wish you the best of luck though, hope you have a better experience.

  10. Hi there. I just read your post from April. How are things in your world now? I'm in Melbourne, and I've just started on Roaccutane. Has it been positive for you yet? Keep smiling girl.

  11. if thats you in that main pic, you are not ugly at all...you are beautiful my dear.

  12. I started getting acne at 11 and now I'm 23 and I still have it. I'm finally on Ro-Accutane so hopefully that works. I'll always have the scars to remind me though and feel very bitter about that.
  13. Hey hang in there, Skye. There's always sun after the rain, ok? :)

  14. My guess is it's the Accutane. Your skin will probably never be as thick as it was to begin with. I'm having the same problem, pimples that never would have scarred if I picked them in the past now all scar, it's very depressing.