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  1. This week has been pretty tough for me. I'm not sure what happened, but I went through some serious episodes of sadness and crying spells for about two days. I was extremely upset about the scarring on my back and the fact that it happened to me. I sat in my bed and cried and felt empty and distant, only getting up to use the bathroom and to eat. It's probably the medication. Although it has been making me very upset, I have to push through and keep my head up so I can get over this. Today I had
  2. June is approaching fast. My 3rd month of Accutane is almost over. My acne has definitely subsided substantially. I have just one pimple on my back right now. During my first two months I was getting worried, but now when I feel my back it's such a wonderful feeling to feel it's smoothness. The only thing I am worried about now is the scarring. I have hyperpigmentation and some other type of scarring I can't identify. It's not really visible up close, but when I back away and look at my back und
  3. Hey guys. I had bad body acne when I was younger and now I'm 22 and it is gone. As a result I have slightly raised bumps in the middle of my chest and on my back called follicular macular atrophy. I've been looking into treatment and haven't really found anything that is guaranteed to work. A lot of people have said that fraxel laser would be worth a try, but I don't want to spend that kind of money unless there's improvement. I've read that derma-rolling or abrading with a pumice stone can be
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