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  1. So basically after a lot of thinking and a lot of experience of prescribed meds and a lot of research (I'm still not done researching) I have decided to come off Metformin and try a more natural way of controlling my hormonal breakouts of acne that unfortunatly, come with having P.C.O.S I have been on Metformin for over a month now and I'm not really sure how I feel about it. To begin with I'm not really sure exactly why I was prescribed it. I understand it is supposed to regulate periods b
  2. Okay people, let me start. 2 years ago i was 17 years old and had very mild acne, i was taken to the dermatologist and gave me some differin and doxicicline, i was very clean the months afterwards. 1 year ago, i stopped buying those products, i had perfect skin i thought i didnt need them anymore, and didnt went to the dermatologist either, i was lazy. Well, it was around July/August of 2012 that i began to break out, slowly but surely, and then by november i had a horrible face. In december i b
  3. Alternative Treatment Options for Acne During Pregnancy

    Treating acne during pregnancy is difficult because there is scarce direct evidence concerning the safety of most acne medications and pregnancy. In addition, some acne medications, such as isotretinoin, are not safe to take during pregnancy because of serious risk to the fetus. Alternative treatments such as light and laser therapy show some degree of promise for treating acne during pregnancy, though results are mixed and often are mediocre. Other alternative treatments, such as dietary...
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