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  1. 4Fours

    December 2011

    I'm 95% clear... one inflamed blemish and 2 healing spots, 4 red marks. I don't want to clog up my signature with my routine, diet, etc. What's working for me right now, the diet and supplements is something I'd be doing if it helped my acne or not (fortunately, it does): Diet- Vegan, gluten-free, avoid soy, avoiding all IgG response foods (19 total) Rice protein every morning Supplements- Multi with Iron and Iodine (Iron and Iodine for thyroid) Vitamin D 5000 IU (tested low
  2. Hello all, Just joined this sight because I wanted to get an idea of what the "general populace" of those who've dealt w/ similar issues thought. Let's see if I can sum up my experiences this past year (almost) without going into the emotional mess of it all, while also keeping it clear and concise. Here it goes: I'm 18, almost 19. Period started when I was 16 and was irregular (talking 2-5 months without one) and always light and around 1-3 days. Never really had hormonal acne and only had th
  3. I'm in my 50s now and have had chronic acne since I was about 12 years old. I went to multiple dermatologists for about 35 years and was prescribed the usual antibiotics and topical treatments, which were mostly ineffective. The only thing that worked well for me was Accutane, which I was on for 4 courses of treatment. I finally decided to stop taking Accutane because of the strong side-effects and because I was worried about the effects of taking it long-term.For many years, I had suspected tha
  4. Some people her have got tested for food intolerances. I wanted to get similar testing done but I have not been able to figure out who I should go to. I went to a top dermatologist in my area and he wanted to prescribe me accutane. He said he doesnt do allergy testing and doesnt know anyone who does. I also called the allergy institute and they said they only treat known allergies. Can anyone please advise where to go? for reference I live in san francisco bay area Thanks
  5. I'm in my 50s now and have had chronic acne since I was about 12 years old. I went to multiple dermatologists for about 35 years and was prescribed the usual antibiotics and topical treatments, which were mostly ineffective. The only thing that worked well for me was Accutane, which I was on for 4 courses of treatment. I finally decided to stop taking Accutane because of the strong side-effects and because I was worried about the effects of taking it long-term.For many years, I had suspected tha
  6. I'm 15, and a girl. I've struggled with acne since seventh grade, however, I remember getting a pimple a few times in as early as fourth grade. My acne can be classified as mild, but I know most people with mild acne get it occasionally, or for girls, around the time they get their period. However, my acne has never gotten out of control (cystic acne everywhere) but it's pretty much always active. I haven't had perfectly clear skin for a long time. Or, it will be relatively clear for one day, an
  7. Hi all, At 32 years old, I've now suffered with moderate acne for around 15 years. I've gone through every treatment except accutane, but wanted to give myself just one last attempt to heal it naturally. Please post here IF: - You cured or almost completely cured your acne using non-prescription methods - Had at least moderate cystic acne to start (I don't care if you cured a few tiny pimples that came every 3 months) - Cured your acne after you were through puberty and into adulthoo
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