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... So im making my first dermatologist appointment today when my mom gets home to help me choose one thats close. Im gonna spill my guts to them and hopefully I can try something to help. ... (3 replies)
... I had a dermatologist appointment today, and you know, my doctor was checking up on my face and refilling some of my meds, and then she tells the assistant to get the tools for an acne surgery!! ... (5 replies)
... My skin seems to have no reaction at all to the benzamycin, which is a form of benyzol peroxide. No redness, no acne clear-ups, nothing. Same thing with the minocycline. It's weird, actually. The minocycline even seemed to make breakouts worse. Before the minocycline and such, I was taking enthromycin (which also had no effects). When I went to the derm last September,... (3 replies)

... Well, if previous topicals/antibiotics have failed to work, then you would most likely be in the clear to start accutane. That is if you choose to do so... (3 replies)
... don't take the minocycline. It is an antibiotic, but you need to be monitered by a doctor in case you have an allergic reaction or something. Why not just make a dermatologist appointment and get your own meds? ... (13 replies)
... I actually agree with all of that. Both of my doctors believe that acne is either hormonal, or caused by stress. Stress being depression, etc. At my dermatologist appointment today, she asked me about 5 different times if I was feeling "stressed" at all. ... (24 replies)
... Acne is ruining my teenage life! I've been on Accutane once about 5 months ago and am seriously considering taking it again if my acne is like this when my next dermatologist appointment comes around. Has anyone here been on Accutane twice? ... (1 replies)
... e morning, since I put it on at night, but the scars don't seem any better. I'll have to see if putting vitamin E on my skin helps over time. I can't wait for my dermatologist appointment! ... (11 replies)
Vitamin B5
Nov 18, 2000
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Originally posted by marsha: If you take a very high amount of b5 couldn't that be dangerous for your body? i know that an excess of alot certain vitams is very toxic to your body.
i dont think 5grams of b5 will be toxic to the body, u need to take that amount for it to have an... (8 replies)
... and the fact that I was feeling fairly content with my skin, I reluctantly went in for a check up. I had made the appointment a month beforehand and I felt it necessary to go considering the fact that the dermatologist is damn near impossible to get an appointment with. ... (12 replies)
Crying
Jan 15, 2004
... Well, I think what you've got to do is get on the phone and find a new dermatologist straight away. Don't put it off. Don't be discouraged if you can't find one straight away. Keep making calls 'til you've got an appointment within the week. ... (8 replies)
... and I've had acne since I was about 12. When I was 15, I went to a dermatologist for the first time. ... (1 replies)
... I made an appointment with a dermatologist, but by the day of the soonest available appointment in February 2016 the right side bump had mostly shrunk by then. ... (4 replies)
... my mom never took me to see a doctor. It wasn't until I was in my 20's that I paid my own way to see a dermatologist and then came years of trial and error to find out what medications controlled my acne. ... (12 replies)
... When my GP referred me to the derm it took a month or two for me to get an appointment. You may be able to get an appointment faster by going to a private dermatologist, but you would have to pay for this, whereas the appointment from the GP referral will be free. ... (3 replies)
... When my GP referred me to the derm it took a month or two for me to get an appointment. You may be able to get an appointment faster by going to a private dermatologist, but you would have to pay for this, whereas the appointment from the GP referral will be free. ... (3 replies)
Crying
Jan 8, 2004
... n I enrolled with the local doctor he pointed out that I should do something about it. I was a bit taken aback but I took advantage and he gave me a referal to a dermatologist there in Cardiff. He also perscribed me a gel with the active ingredient isotretinoin, which is the scientific name for accutane. ... (30 replies)
... kid in high school that's suffered from acne for a few years. At first, he was put on Tetracycline and it helped. A year or so later, it stopped working, so his dermatologist went to Minocycline for a few months, and it really cleared his skin up. He quit using it in the summer, since being in the sun cleared him up on it's own. ... (11 replies)
... The previous dermatologist went right from the topical treatments to suggesting Accutane. ... (41 replies)
... I got an appointment with a dermatologist. I had so much hope on that. First of all, she checked my skin for 2 seconds under a light and gave me a prescription. I felt really rushed. ... (7 replies)




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