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  1. Help guys, I've seen online about how people dry their acne out by using toothpaste, I gave it a try and it burned my skin! Now there's like brownish dark patches on the acne and they don't seem to go away :'( I'm really scared. And i had this boil/cystic acne , that didn't had a head to pop, but I forcefully popped it because it is as hurting too much. And now it's turned really red and dark. It's still swollen like how it was before I popped it. When I popped it, only blood oozed out. It was r
  2. Can someone please tell me... Is the risk of the development of serious side effects (blood clots, etc.) much higher for women who have been on the pill long-term, versus someone who takes it for a short amount of time?? My derm is trying to get me on Accutane, but I developed a pulmonary embolism following an orththopedic break (femur bone) 4 years ago and I have been told that I shouldn't take hormonal birth control (estrogen) such as BCP because of the risk. I just need to take it for
  3. HELPPP PLEEEASE! Recently I felt a pimple coming in on the side of my cheek, left it alone for a day or two and waited until it formed a head so I could pop it. Normally I can pop a pimple, remove all puss and any extra just to make sure it completely goes away and it never comes back. This time, there was no head to it. After a few days went by it turned slightly red and started to feel like a small ball or lump under the skin. Basically feeling like it is deep in the tissue. I made the mistake
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