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Went to my DERM told me my skin is doing good and i only had two active ones which he gave me cortizone shots and he also said that my red sopts are fading. He told me im having back pain because my muscles and bones are dry. He also said, to take atleast 64 ounces of Gatorade eveyday. Im on 80mgs four times a week and 40mgs 3 times a week.
Im finally in my 3rd month.


Now to the thing I ask him and my uncle who is also a derm in another city. In the back of the accutane pamphlet is says, "there are reports some patients have had stunted growth taking Accutane for acne as directed.

Both said that kids that have many diseases not only acne take accutaNE and they have to use it for years so, those kids get there growth stunted beacuse they use accutane so long. But the people of accutane have to put that down because it can cause stunt in growth. So when i found that i was relieved.
hey, just wanted to say Accutane is awesome!! I started last July-Dec. So i have been off of it for 6 mo. now. For side effects, dry skin, lips and a rash on the back of my hands, some joint pain. and CLEAR SKIN.
I read on the instructions that accutane is a fat soluble. So when I took it I drank whole milk with it.
I looked sooo bad, i looked like a monster. Now I am beautiful.

oh yea and i totally changed my diet at the time, now i eat lots of fruit and veggies, drink lots of water, and take vitamins.

My skin is oily now, but its normal oily, not anything near like before to fuel those cysts. If i get a little blemish, its the size if a needlepoint. and it was prob. because i was sweating or something.

I use Mary Kay Deep Cleanser 3 , Burt's bees tomato soap /toner. Proactiv, Neurtogena clear pore mask/cleanser and queen helene mint julip mask


TAKE CARE!!
Melissa :wave:
I just came back from picking up my prescription, im going on 60 mgs instead of 80 the funny thing is ,20mgs 3 times a day. UMMM i told the nurse how about 20 mgs in the morning and 40 at night. Nooo, thats is how the DERM wants it for you. OKAY thats kinda dumb if you ask me. Especially when i start school again, ill lose the pill. Im offically on my 4th month. They also said theyll decide when to take me off. So maybe 5, 6, or even 7 months. But i have a lil secret i have 20 capsules of 40 mgs which i will finish when im done with the DERM. Anyway, I love my insurance because i only paid $40. Without my insurance it would of been $1,043.09 :eek: . I would of fainted if i didnt have any insurance. :)
I am quitting on my term. I will probably just stop it for a week or two to see what my neck does. It's been 2 days now since my last capsule. The derm appointment is in one weeks time. I should ring him to set up an earlier appointment or to tell him that I will quit for a while to see what happen.

Basically my neck went from a few red patches to now the entire neck. It's all bright red like a severe sunburn. There is no rash but it's itchy as hell. I have been scratching it in my sleep when I keep telling myself not to b4 I sleep. I wake up when I scratch it and just dissapointed in myself for doing it. But you couldn't help it because it's so itchy the entire neck, There is some patches/bumps behind my neck too. I take anti-histamine but it doesn't help much.

I took the accutane option when I have tried Minocin, Retin-A and Clindatech plus other OTC stuff like BHA, BP, TT Oil, Azelaic Acid and many others. My acne is mostly from my oil because they always clogged up my pores and sometimes infect them. I also took it also because I am turning 25 soon and getting old and lastly, because it cost me $3.80 for a month worth. It's a 4 month course for me.

PS: Do you all still breaks out during your treatment and do you all still have dry skin and dry lips. I am breaking out in clogged pores mainly I think because I only shower once a day now instead of twice because of the dryness accuatne cause.
[QUOTE=soulman]I am quitting on my term. I will probably just stop it for a week or two to see what my neck does. It's been 2 days now since my last capsule. The derm appointment is in one weeks time. I should ring him to set up an earlier appointment or to tell him that I will quit for a while to see what happen.

Basically my neck went from a few red patches to now the entire neck. It's all bright red like a severe sunburn. There is no rash but it's itchy as hell. I have been scratching it in my sleep when I keep telling myself not to b4 I sleep. I wake up when I scratch it and just dissapointed in myself for doing it. But you couldn't help it because it's so itchy the entire neck, There is some patches/bumps behind my neck too. I take anti-histamine but it doesn't help much.

I took the accutane option when I have tried Minocin, Retin-A and Clindatech plus other OTC stuff like BHA, BP, TT Oil, Azelaic Acid and many others. My acne is mostly from my oil because they always clogged up my pores and sometimes infect them. I also took it also because I am turning 25 soon and getting old and lastly, because it cost me $3.80 for a month worth. It's a 4 month course for me.

PS: Do you all still breaks out during your treatment and do you all still have dry skin and dry lips. I am breaking out in clogged pores mainly I think because I only shower once a day now instead of twice because of the dryness accuatne cause.[/QUOTE]

have you tried cool touch laser treatments? i just had my first treatment and it actually felt good after I aws done. hopefully i can come away with clear skin after a few more treatments. im also taking tetracycline with some topicals that the derm. gave me. if this doesnt work ... i will go on accutane but im scared because of this consent form you have to sign ... it tells you all the side effects from accutane and some of it is pretty nerve rattling.
[QUOTE=DiselPower4]I just came back from picking up my prescription, im going on 60 mgs instead of 80 the funny thing is ,20mgs 3 times a day. UMMM i told the nurse how about 20 mgs in the morning and 40 at night. Nooo, thats is how the DERM wants it for you. OKAY thats kinda dumb if you ask me. Especially when i start school again, ill lose the pill. Im offically on my 4th month. They also said theyll decide when to take me off. So maybe 5, 6, or even 7 months. But i have a lil secret i have 20 capsules of 40 mgs which i will finish when im done with the DERM. Anyway, I love my insurance because i only paid $40. Without my insurance it would of been $1,043.09 :eek: . I would of fainted if i didnt have any insurance. :)[/QUOTE]

hey disel, my derm put on 60 mg too but said to take all 3 20 mg pills at the same time once a day...i asked him if i should spread it out but he said no. i hope i dont get another intial breakout from upping my dose from 40 to 60.
yeah and i agree the insurance is awesome...a one month supply would cost me $570 but with insurance its only $10.
Came back from the derm appointment.......Said to continue with the accutane if the acne flares up. I have been off it for 11 days now and my skin is still dry and flakey with irritation and patchy dry skin. Not a pretty sight. Maybe a few clogged pores due to the moisturiser. The oil production has definitely ceased in only 25 days on accutane

We will see what happen next. My first priority is the flaky dry patches of skin all around my face. I just hope these go away. Didn't even have a blood test when I saw him because he said the lipid and others was normal from the beginning. Except something is adnormal with the liver but he didn't say what and that it was nothing to worry about. ?? What could that be??

Anyway, GL to you all and take care of your skin while on this drug. It is a small capsule I know but it's mighty powerful and dangerous.
Well one month is officially over! Four more to go.
So far no real problems except for the usual. I had my appointment two days ago. The first month i took 40mg/day and starting tomorrow i will take 40mg and 80mg on alternate days. The blackheads on and around my nose have been coming out for about two weeks and are about 80% gone. I can tell that the last few will be outta there real soon. I had a somewhat bad breakout last week and it seems to be the end of it just in time for me to start my new job on monday. People have been telling me that they notice that my face looks better. My derm said so too, he seemed pretty surprised. I see a difference but I didn't think it was a major difference. Probably because I see myself every day. I'm relieved to see progress but I'll happy when it's completely wiped out. I guess that's what happens when you have acne for so long and become overly critical of yourself. Nothing's ever good enough. Until next time...
[QUOTE=BostonGirl44]I agree, if it were as easy as drinking a lot of water and eating right, many more of us wouldn't be dealing with acne. Not that I'm knocking it if it works for some people, but in my experience, it didn't. I know a lot of people blame accutane for things that happen to them after taking it. It's when people try to scare other people into not taking it that bothers me.[/QUOTE]

It drives me nuts to, when people try to scare others into not taking it. I never want to be confrontational because everyone's entitled to their opinion, but almost everyone on Accutane has tried everything else and we already know about the risks. For me, the benefits far outweigh any reported side effects. If someone doesn't want to take Accutane, that's fine, but it bothers me so much when people tell me all about the damage it can cause to my (future) children or my body. Having already taken Accutane, it's almost like they're telling me that I will have future problems - which is impossible for them to know. Also, having already taken accutane, what am I supposed to do about now, even if I was scared about long term damage to myself? I just wish that those who are too scared to take Accutane would lay off those of us who found it to be the only logical next step in clearing our skin and not try to deter those who are considering it.

Boston Girl... you're always so nice and I enjoy your posts. I'm so happy that everything's worked out for you! It's always wonderful when good things happen to good people.
well, thats only a month and a half...remind her that theres a reason why people have to take it for 4 months or more...
i am not expecting miracles to happen to quickly..im almost pretending im not on it..to tell the truth...in a month or 2 is when ill be looking 4 changes...
good luck to all
[QUOTE=desertgirl]It drives me nuts to, when people try to scare others into not taking it. I never want to be confrontational because everyone's entitled to their opinion, but almost everyone on Accutane has tried everything else and we already know about the risks. For me, the benefits far outweigh any reported side effects. If someone doesn't want to take Accutane, that's fine, but it bothers me so much when people tell me all about the damage it can cause to my (future) children or my body. Having already taken Accutane, it's almost like they're telling me that I will have future problems - which is impossible for them to know. Also, having already taken accutane, what am I supposed to do about now, even if I was scared about long term damage to myself? I just wish that those who are too scared to take Accutane would lay off those of us who found it to be the only logical next step in clearing our skin and not try to deter those who are considering it.

Boston Girl... you're always so nice and I enjoy your posts. I'm so happy that everything's worked out for you! It's always wonderful when good things happen to good people.[/QUOTE]

Desertgirl,
Thank you for your nice comments. :)

I don't appreciate people making general comments about how we should try this and that before resorting to accutane. Nobody but me and my derm knows what I've tried and what I've gone through with my situation. I waited years before accutane, and yes, I did try everything. It's nobody's business if I choose to take accutane. We never hear as many success stories as we hear negative ones because the majority of success stories have left the boards. I agree with you that it's impossible to know if future problems could arise. And who's to say it's due to accutane? All I know is, I'm a much happier person now that I've taken it. I used to suck it up and go out with friends, not being able to wait til I got home so I could hide my face. Now I can look forward to going out with my friends and not worry about how my face must look like the biggest mess. :)
[QUOTE=karigirl]hmm, never knew that. i just checked my makeup and its not in there so thats a relief..

u also said, that accutane clears the face from the forehead down? where did u learn this? i dont see the logic in that..[/QUOTE]

For what it's worth, I had an aesthetician tell us that a long time ago. I've noticed that when problems start in our family, they start on the forehead and pretty soon go full blown. She was not referring to accutane at the time she told me that. The nurse at our present derms office told me that yesterday referring to accutane. She said the forehead and nose and chin are usually the first to clear and then the cheeks take the longest.
That's good to hear, I just started accutane too, but I got this weird feeling that when I go in for my first blood test the doctor will say something like "Oh, I see your levels of such and such are too high, I'm going to have to take you off accutane." I really hope that doesn't happen because accutane is my last hope in getting rid of this stuff.

I don't mind having red marks, I just want the acne to stop. I got scars all over my back but I can live with those as long as these painful cysts just GO AWAY! I just took my 5th pill today and so far the only thing I really noticed is that all my acne is really starting to dry out, nothing else happening so far.
I should've mentioned it was the Queen Helene's mint julep mask (thanks Skimom). It's in a green and white container. It's pretty thick so a little will do the job.

Greenwood, I had the red blotchiness mainly on my cheeks and sometimes on my forehead. I used cetaphil to wash my face and then apply aloe to soothe it. It wouldn't make the redness go away completely but it toned it down a lot. I don't know if you're male or female but I used to use a little bit of physician's formula press powder and then a little bit of the concealer stick on the areas that were red just so I could hide them a bit. If your face is starting to dry out, I'd say you're definitely improving. It's always those pesky red spots that seem to take forever to heal. :) If there's any other questions, feel free to ask, I'm always on these boards when I should be working. :)
[QUOTE=soulman]I am quitting on my term. I will probably just stop it for a week or two to see what my neck does. It's been 2 days now since my last capsule. The derm appointment is in one weeks time. I should ring him to set up an earlier appointment or to tell him that I will quit for a while to see what happen.

Basically my neck went from a few red patches to now the entire neck. It's all bright red like a severe sunburn. There is no rash but it's itchy as hell. I have been scratching it in my sleep when I keep telling myself not to b4 I sleep. I wake up when I scratch it and just dissapointed in myself for doing it. But you couldn't help it because it's so itchy the entire neck, There is some patches/bumps behind my neck too. I take anti-histamine but it doesn't help much.

I took the accutane option when I have tried Minocin, Retin-A and Clindatech plus other OTC stuff like BHA, BP, TT Oil, Azelaic Acid and many others. My acne is mostly from my oil because they always clogged up my pores and sometimes infect them. I also took it also because I am turning 25 soon and getting old and lastly, because it cost me $3.80 for a month worth. It's a 4 month course for me.

PS: Do you all still breaks out during your treatment and do you all still have dry skin and dry lips. I am breaking out in clogged pores mainly I think because I only shower once a day now instead of twice because of the dryness accuatne cause.[/QUOTE]
[QUOTE=Russell]I went to get my first blood test today, and they told me my derm should have the results probably by the end of today, then I can get the prescription probably tomorrow if everything looks ok. They took three 5mL vials of blood, and I was fine, then they took a 7mL vial as a test for my blood type since I wanted that done (never had blood drawn before). I felt my heart slow dramatically after the fourth and I got incredibly dizzy then lost consciousness for 20 to 30 seconds, one thought I was going to seize, whatever she meant by that. My heart rate dropped down to 40, maybe lower, my blood pressure was like 80/40 at that point. Has anyone else had these problems taking blood tests? There wasn't much blood taken from me (22mL, don't people typically donate a pint?) and it seemed like such a drastic reaction (I think they called it a vagal reaction..). Assuming my results are good and I get on accutane, am I going to go through this every month I have to take a blood test :confused:[/QUOTE]
Russell,
A vagal response refers to the vagas nerve which controls heart rate, etc, and when is stimulated can cause the heart rate and blood pressure to drop. Some people just react differently to having their blood drawn, so I wouldn't worry about it. You might try over hydrating before you go in next time so that your BP won't be low before the blood is drawn.
[QUOTE=Russell]I have been on erythromycin for several months, penicillin for two weeks before that, and erythromycin a couple years ago. I just stopped taking it two or three days ago so it is possibly that. I get tested again in two weeks to see if it drops. If it was the erythromycin then it should drop, if it's hepatitis or liver damage then it won't.[/QUOTE]

ooooohhhh, you know what, I actually heard about penicillan having that effect! That is probably the culprit. I have decided that I am going to take accutane, it is just a matter of when and if i qualify. I think I will start dec.6 since that is the last day of classes for uni and then exams begin. I think this is good in case i have a really bad initial breakout, because i will have a month to recup.
hey everyone,

i just came along this site not too long ago, anyway I was on accutane last year started the first week of november 2003, i was only on it for 4 months and my acne got so much better, but not all good things last forever, I took my last pill sometime in march and i was thrilled. the only side effects i got was chapped lips and dry skin. my skin was awesome over the entire summer. I started to break out in late september so i went to the doctor on my campus and he put me back on accutane. Im on week 5 of round 2 and my skin doenst seem to be getting better, im 22 and weight about 185lbs i take 60mg a day. My older brother was on it when he was about 17 and he hasnt had any new break outs, he is 25 now so i think there is hope yet.
[QUOTE=DiselPower4]Yeah, that is strange that the doc is even doing that. Unless it's a cortizone shots which are sometimes given out for a cyst.[/QUOTE]
Well, he wasn't picking like I do lol, but he used some tweezer type objects to squeeze my black heads out.. I'm not really sure what was going on since it was on my face but it hurt like hell everytime he warned me 'pressure' and pressed reallllly hard. He said I have so many, we'd have to do it in sessions, but hopefully the accutane will take care of a lot of it.

My previous dermatologist (crazy fellow) had also told me he'd have to take some of the blackheads out manually but we never got around to it- I changed docs and am much happier now.

It's officially a month for me now (or maybe it's tomorrow?). My skin is clearing up -somewhat, but the subsiding cysts could be due to the oral cortisone I'm taking, I can't tell. No major break out since my last doc visit and hope it's all uphill from here.

Still, the million miniscule bumps I have all over my face feels awful when I touch my skin. I wish they would just dry and fall off. Some are definitely blackheads but others are skin colored tinny bumps. What ARE they?
[QUOTE=lulu'smom]Well, he wasn't picking like I do lol, but he used some tweezer type objects to squeeze my black heads out.. I'm not really sure what was going on since it was on my face but it hurt like hell everytime he warned me 'pressure' and pressed reallllly hard. He said I have so many, we'd have to do it in sessions, but hopefully the accutane will take care of a lot of it.

My previous dermatologist (crazy fellow) had also told me he'd have to take some of the blackheads out manually but we never got around to it- I changed docs and am much happier now.

It's officially a month for me now (or maybe it's tomorrow?). My skin is clearing up -somewhat, but the subsiding cysts could be due to the oral cortisone I'm taking, I can't tell. No major break out since my last doc visit and hope it's all uphill from here.

Still, the million miniscule bumps I have all over my face feels awful when I touch my skin. I wish they would just dry and fall off. Some are definitely blackheads but others are skin colored tinny bumps. What ARE they?[/QUOTE]
I dont know but i have like 2 of them they do not hurt and they do not get red. So really its not a pimple. Hopefully they will go away on my last few days of accutane.
[QUOTE=curiousP]should I wait until the summer to take accutane, becuz I was planning to start in the beginning of December and I live in Canada...I don't think I can wait though, unless it is going to make my skin worse, than i will.[/QUOTE]

I'm sure you'd be okay if you started it in Dec. Just make sure you keep your skin incredibly hydrated if you are outside for long periods of time. The wind was blowing really hard and my face is just quite a bit chapped right now. It didn't make my skin worse, like you said, but it made it hurt a little bit. The pain is subsiding (as long as I don't use products with fragrance) but now I'm dealing with little flakes on my face that are aggravating. There is a bunch around my nose and everyone keeps telling me to wipe my nose or handing me a tissue.

I'm almost done with my treatment and this is the first time I've been painfully dry (except for my lips). Trust me, a little bit (or even a lot) of pain is worth it for clear skin. Just be careful of what you use on your face, especially when it's cold, so that you don't dry it out more and if you're going to go skiing or anything this season, use a THICK moisturizer, and maybe even some vaseline around areas that are really prone to dryness, like your eyelids, corners of your mouth, and the corners of your nose. I hope everything works out for you!
[QUOTE=curiousP]did any of you get extractions while on accutane? My derm wants me to go in and let him extract my flesh colored bumps so he can "help" them come out. But I don't want to do this b/c it really messes up your skin and causes hyperpigmetation. however if it is necessary, or will make the results better, I will get it done.[/QUOTE]

my derm manually took out some of my blackheads. He said I have tons so every mth when I go, he'll do bit by bit and he also hopes the accutane will take care of the rest. Yeah it leaves my face looking like a mess later on but within a few days that goes away and actually it's helped out SOO much, I'd go every week to get some done if I could (but he doesnt accept my insurance so that will get a bit exp). It's really painful but worth it. I've had it done twice now and I'm so glad he did it.
Well, I've gone through 11 days worth of pills so far. On the 8th day or so, my skin began to peel a little and my lips were suddenly extremely dry. I was kinda surprised how drastic a change it was from the previous day. And now I've broken out on my chin. This doesn't really bother me, as long as I'm clear someday. Of course if I don't clear up after 5 months...then I don't know what I'll do. Typically how long does it take people to see improvement from when they began? I had a slight improvement before that outbreak, but I don't really count that. And after I lifted weights for the first time on accutane, my muscles were sore for so much longer than usual. I'm not really having that trouble now though.
Yeah I noticed my left knee giving out more than usual when I went to go work out. Hopefully the pain will go away and I can get back into my workout. Sucks that I can't take in any protein or creatine to get cut and big like I wanted too. Oh well .. the price you pay for clear skin.
[QUOTE=turbonamja]Yeah I noticed my left knee giving out more than usual when I went to go work out. Hopefully the pain will go away and I can get back into my workout. Sucks that I can't take in any protein or creatine to get cut and big like I wanted too. Oh well .. the price you pay for clear skin.[/QUOTE]

Hey - I don't know anything about creatine and I have never taken it nor do I plan to, but how come you can't take in protein?
I'm poppin my 21st pill today (I take 40mg a day so that means it's day 21). That is pretty weird though. Time does fly. I'm on my last packet of 10 pills so I'm probly gettin my blood tested on Wednesday. I hate blood test but it will b worth it in the end (i hope). Well there is some improvement on my cheeks and forehead, but I still got a bunch about an inch to the right and left of my nose, and a lot of blackheads on my nose. These don't bothr me as much but I was just curious, how long till they go away??
Side effects not too bad. Not depressed at all, still have a passion for things I had before, lips are more chapped and cracking and peeling, which is annoying, but I can handle it. dry skin in the morning and after showers, very slight backaches, and thats it.
My regimen is real simple: Wash with hot/warm water at night, and cold water in the morning (this helped me reduce some dryness for some reason) I don't use moisturizer cause it makes me feel like i'm gonna break out when I do, but I do use it when I'm verry dry.

Mike
[QUOTE=clearskiesahead]I jsut wanted to post saying that I am just starting my last month of accutane. I am SO pleased with the results. While i must admit im scared about going off of it, i cannot stress enough how worth it it was. My side effects have been very minimal, basically just dry lips, and it has just made my confidence skyrocket. My skin is completely clear, i only wear makeup now when im going out at night to parties and what not, and my boyfriend whom I started dating during month 3 asked why I was going to the dermatologist one day because I had perfect skin (this was before he knew i was on accutane). Anyway I just want to let people know how happy I am, and if you are considereing accutane really look into it first, but don't rule it out because it can do wonders![/QUOTE]


I take it you didn't get a bad initial breakout so no red marks? My daughter is pretty clear starting month 6 also but she's got a ton of red marks from the initial breakout. I'm glad you are doing so well. Going without her makeup is not an option at the moment unfortunatley.
[[QUOTE]Origianlly posted by Mikeanrabecca:
Hey Trashmaster, can you tell me your regimen? I am almost at day 40 and Im not clear at all.[/QUOTE]

well thats to bad but i wash my face then when i take my pill i eat a good meal that fills me up and take the pilll with like 2 glasses of water. I eat lots of bananas and other fruits. I stay away from ice cream cause it seems to have an effect on my acne. then i wash my face put an oil free moisturizer on my face and go to bed.
mrr- i had what would probably be called mild to moderate acne. in my teens i had the usual 1-3 regular pimples at any given time, i'm a girl so i had the monthly thing of course, then my skin miraculously cleared up from 19-21, but when i turned 22 i got actual acne all over my face, not cystic, just lots of it, it was horrible so i went to the derm, got on oral antibiotics and cleocin and was clear until i got pregnant at 25, then i couldn't use that stuff anymore. went back on the antibiotics and cleocin, tried to get off of it, tried otc stuff, proactive, murad and different types of supplements, nothing worked. i'm 30 now and really just want to get off the antibiotics once and for all, the acne has been steadily getting worse in '04, but still was just a few nice, juicy pimples, nothing like what i've experienced this last week! i was crying in the derm's office yesterday and refused to leave the house all last week! not cute, not fun and quite painful really. and it's all concentrated on my jaw and chin, so gross! but it's getting better, although still all purple and discolored and flaky too. but our real challenge is to just get through this. i don't know if the dosage has anything to do with it, to be honest, i "flared" at 20mg/day, had to take prednisone, then "flared" again at 60mg/day. now i'm on 15mg/day of prednisone for 3 days, then 10mg for 3 days, then 5mg/day until i run out, also cipro 2x/day for 7 days and back down to 20mg/day of accutane at least until next week when i go back yet again to the derm's office! wee! what an adventure, eh? did you think that it was going to be like this?
I just found out today that my next derm appointment is on monday, and my accutane runs out today. This makes me pretty mad cause I was finally seeing some results, then this happens. Im on 60mgs a day, so i think wat i'll do is take 20mgs today, saturday, and sunday. Still, Im worried that I'l break out over the next few days, or get a breakout when I finally get my prescription and take 60 or 80 mgs again (hopefully 80 cause i wanna knock this stuff out, but i'l see wat she says.)
Has this happened to anyone before? did you breakout??
By the way, I'm using a very mild soap on the rest of my body now because before I started, what I used kind of made me dry and itchy so I'm being careful. What do you all do to your faces when you take a shower? Do you wash it at all? Use regular soap? Face wash still?





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