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  1. Well, I have one semi huge pimple that was forming when I finished the medication. My doctor gave me a prescription for retin A to use topically a month after I'm done with accutane if things get bad again and told me give it 4 months before I decide to go see a doctor. Because of insurance purposes I can't see my derm anymore and so he wrapped up my treatment and wished me the best and said he will refer me to someone if I need a dermatologist again. Lips are still dry but I can tell they a
  2. Hey Everyone, I wanted to know if anyone has used spironolactone for their acne issues? I visited the dermatologist about 2 years ago and got prescribed spironolactone after numerous tries with other medications. It was the one medication that really has worked for me. I take 100mg a day and no longer have oily skin. My back, neck, face, chest, and scalp get very oily without spironolactone. I recently ran out of my last prescription refill for the spironolactone and switched jobs recently s
  3. I went to my first dermatologist appointment, in search of something to help my moderate to severe acne. I had gone through my share of over-the-counter experimentations and even tried some home remedies, all to no avail. I had some previous knowledge on Accutane, as my father was on it while he was in high school. I had told her that I was interested, but she said she wanted to go through a couple other oral antibiotics first. So, with hopes higher than my brother in high school, I am venturing
  4. Hello, I am 19 years old and have struggled with acne for the past few years of my life. It was always moderate but just recently had gotten to be a little bit more severe. About a couple months ago I decided to finally get the courage to go to a dermatologist to get myself checked out. She prescribed me Doxycycline as well as a couple creams, and I have been taking it twice a day (100mg) for about 5 or so weeks, almost on week 6. I have gotten feedback from many people saying it gets worse b
  5. Hey everyone, It's been a while since I was on Doxycycline (finished it on October-Novemberish 2011) so I have several questions due to lack of memory. 1) Does Doxycycline make your skin a bit more red? I've noticed my skin getting a bit more pink now that I'm on it. 2) Does Doxycycline make you breakout at first? The main reason why I'm taking it is because I broke out on my chin/jaw area due to my hormones being out of whack at this time of year (Yes I ALWAYS breakout when summer
  6. Decided to start a log to keep track of my improvements (if any!) and to help people who want to try this regimen as well (depending on if it works or not! 18 Year old Male Acne for 4 years Clear after 6 months tetracycline/Zineryt (erythromycin + zinc dihydrate) - This was 3 months ago. Facial Acne has now come back, not sure what technical degree it is back with, but it's definately present. Back and chest are clear. Been on doxycycline for 6 weeks now, and differin 0.1% for 2. - Yes I
  7. Hi Everybody, I'm new to posting here and would just like to share my journey with others and hopefully hear from some other people! I am a 16 year old guy who has been struggling with moderate acne for about 2 years ago. Around 6 months ago my acne started to become severe and cystic. It has since improved slightly but is still pretty terrible. My acne is worst on my chin/mouth and nose but I have a few spots on my forehead and cheeks occasionally. My face is usually the worst during w
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