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... I dont have PCOS. Wait how do they determine if I have this? I just had a large endometrioma cyst removed, so they would have known if I had PCOS right? (17 replies)
... Ask him or her to test you for polycystic ovary disease. ... (17 replies)
... Has anyone here seen an endocrinologist for acne? ... (5 replies)

... I agree with SweetJade. Do you HAVE to get a referral to an endocrinologist for your insurance to pay? ... (80 replies)
... I decided to repost this for those interested in exfoliating scars and lightening blemishes. Remember eliminating acne is half the battle for some. The other half occurs when you get marks leftover. Sometimes those are caused by using products that were too harsh in the first place. ... (5 replies)
... Thanks =) I quit the Spiro because it didn't clear my skin and because I'd rather be on a more natural anti-androgen/DHT inhibitor. While it was helpful with hirsutism, the more strict I am with my diet and the more I learn about how food interacts with our body to produce hormones, toxins and unfortunately feed/provide microorgansisms (friendly and unfriendly) the less body... (80 replies)
... o in addition to what's been discussed in this thread, people with thyroid disorders and adrenal disorders also have their own signs that can manifest in several skin disorders, including acne. ... (80 replies)
... This is known as precocious puberty and men and women that begin at such an early age are usually more at risk for developing metabolic disorders such as these. Eitherway, a dermatolgist is not the person to see about a pending hormonal imbalance. ... (80 replies)
... can do anything about oily skin, or would it be just for acne? ... (22 replies)
... An Endocrinologist is trained to recognize metabolic disorders and as such this is the type of doctor you want to visit. ... (80 replies)
... Regime, you had asked earlier if it can come back. Yes, it can. I was on my meds for about a year and a half and then was fine. Maybe two years after being off I had to get back on them for a short time. ... (80 replies)
... Indeed, hormonal imbalances can be triggered at any time, so definately visit an endocrinologist if this is something that has been going on for decades or even suddenly in your adult years. ... (15 replies)
... d thought that those things called facials might somehow help. I made an appt. and had a nice facial. The lady that gave me my facial commented on how clean my skin was and I told her I usually gave myself at home facials several times a week. ... (80 replies)
... erers merely are just SENSITIVE to "regular" amounts of androgen hormones and the rest of us actually do produce too much hormones. Thus why most acne sufferers skin usually calms back down once puberty is over. The same rule also applies when it comes to treating hirsutism. ... (80 replies)
... Yes, with my hirsutism, I did have to take medication for under two years. It was called Deltasone. I went to an endocrinologist to run the necessary tests. I later asked my derm why he didn't test me and he said he didn't realize it was that bad. It was. ... (80 replies)
... she is knowledagable about what it can do for acne or hirsutism issues. However your best bet is to get that referral to an Endocrinologist. ... (80 replies)
... It sounds like you should get to an Endocrinologist as soon as possible. You must first make sure that your hormones are in check. ... (17 replies)
... t of things to ask the gyno about! I am praying that I don't have a bad experience and finally be able to get to the bottom of this. I have tried sooo much stuff for my acne. Until reading on this board did I decide it could be hormonal! ... (80 replies)
... Get a NEW doctor. The fact that you have both acne, hirsutism, and 2 miscarriages (can be a sign) means that you could have an underlying hormonal problem. I can't believe that a woman doctor could be so insensitive! (80 replies)
... THEY ARE THE WORST THING I HAVE EVER DONE TO MY BODY, and i have been on alot of meds in my life!! so i eventually asked for spiro, and the doctor was like, we don't prescribe that for acne!? ... (80 replies)

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