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... Those in bold are the ones that I'm aware of that can have acne as a symptom. ... (110 replies)
... I began researching the vaccine. There was a trial done here in Houston in 2009. They use the vaccine to treat fibro malagia and chronic fatigue syndrome but not acne here in the states. To my knowledge here in the States they have yet to approve the vaccine for use against acne. Furthermore. ... (2 replies)
... but some are also androgen antagonists. After all, if you can reduce the inflammation, most acne formation probably wouldn't result...but whatever we do use for this, antibiotics are NOT the solution. ... (21 replies)

... Again, those in bold are disorders that I'm aware of that can have acne as a symptom. ... (110 replies)
... For those interested, yes there is a genetic component to developing acne, in that certain people will be more "at risk", but there has yet to be specific acne gene. Just like there probably isn't a specific coughing gene, sneezing gene, when we get sick, right? ... (54 replies)
... I check out the NIH Clinical Research website frequently in search of acne research studies. Since the FDA approved Accutane there has been very little new research. ... (10 replies)
... Hello everyone, I just started taking Ortho-Cyclen (not Tri) 3 days ago for my acne and oily skin (first time on BCPs). However, I do believe my acne problems are a symptom of something deeper (hormonal imbalances, allergies e.t.c). My GP referred me to a psychiatrist for my recent feelings of fatigue, depression, lack of concentration e.t.c(she believes all my mental... (19 replies)
Sugar Sugar!
Nov 18, 2004
... For those interested, there have been several editorials and comments regarding Loren Cordains observations which he published under two studies, one of which I posted on earlier titled: Hyperinsulinemic Diseases of Civilization: More Than Just Syndrome X (2002) While most are in favor, this is one posted by a female dermatologist that I think goes over both sides of the... (125 replies)
Western Diet.
Dec 12, 2002
... glycemic foods such as bread, cakes, sugars and soft drinks may contribute to the acne suffered by 95 percent of Westernized teenagers," Cordain said. ... (0 replies)
... play in the development of acne in both males and females. ... (13 replies)
Spiro question
Feb 16, 2003
... Spiro is not commonly used by dermatologists to treat acne but I have seen many references to the use of Spiro, like the one below, in articles written by endocrinologists. ... (3 replies)
... I think aften about how different things would have been for me had I gotten the appropriate treatment for my acne. It wasn't that I didn't see doctors. I have been to at least 20 different dermatologists in my life. ... (12 replies)
... at symptoms, but look for the underlying source of the problem. Western medicine often fails in this aspect, especially concerning things like absent periods and acne etc. I also find that most dermatologists treat symptoms as though they are separate from each other. ... (22 replies)
Sugar Sugar!
Nov 14, 2004
... yeah ok, say do you by any chance understand how to interpret the following???? (2001) - Full Text Available! http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=11600557 (2003) http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/entrez/query.fcgi?cmd=Retrieve&db=pubmed&dopt=Abstract&list_uids=14527633 (125 replies)




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