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... enzymes that show up in certain hormonal disorders that DO have acne as a symptom. That's pretty frustrating or disappointing to someone that is sure that they have problem. ... (8 replies)
... otherwise, your acne will be hormonal. ... (7 replies)
... I will say that it is good for dealing with hirsutism issues, however my guess is that if you are suffering from both acne and hirsutism and it is getting worse over time, then it's time you saw an Endocrinologist. These two are signs of a larger problem. ... (80 replies)

... thinking of trying Spironolactone. I know I probably need to see an endocrinologist to diagnose something like PCOS or a hormonal factor. ... (1 replies)
... gist, but I came up normal based on what he tested me for. I believe it was because he only tested me for Thyroid problems, but Androgens are what contribute to acne production so it doesn't make sense that most automatically assume you must have only thyroid problems if you have acne. ... (100 replies)
... Hi tigerbuddy. Are you 100% clear? And was it very gradual from when you started spiro to now being 12 months later? Thanks! (16 replies)
... Not sure why you're against an endocrinologist referral....that sounds like exactly who you should be seeing. I was thrilled when I finally got an endo referral. ... (16 replies)
... Hi, I've recently been diagnosed with PCOS and my ACNE is terrible. I tried accutane and it was a temp, expensive fix. Not to mention because of birth defects constantly getting pregnancy tests. ... (0 replies)
... nd have never given up on finding an answer to my "hormonal" acne. She does NOT have to accept it. Furthermore, if you both believe that her irregular cycles and acne are connected then most definately she needs to see a doctor. ... (19 replies)
... of acne sufferers 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)
... your SHBG will also increase and thus your acne should also be eliminated. ... (14 replies)
... There are acne sufferers that are overwieght and there are those that are underweight and probably of normal wieght as well. ... (21 replies)
... Andrew, Try some low doses of Spironolactone: check early post's by Joeh. (3 replies)
... cause your acne breakouts. ... (34 replies)
... Idealist and KillerBoots, This was something that was originally for Idealist under the Hormones vs. Diet thread, but I'm sure it fits in just as well here: Idealist, It's definately the diet that's taking care of your hormones! I was dx over 2 years ago as either PCOS or Insulin Resistant, even though IR is the Precursor to PCOS, among other hormonal and... (21 replies)
... I would like to state though, that I've had some form of acne since I was 6, but I didn't get the real breakouts until I was 10. I didn't get the body breakouts until I was 11. ... (31 replies)
... hi danielle, i know how you feel. my skin is still bad. i just hope and pray that the acne never ever comes back like i had before the first accutane treatment. you can asked to be refered to an endocrinologist. ... (30 replies)
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Dec 28, 2011
... mild Hirsutism, Acne and I have to fight like hell to keep at a thin to normal weight, I had nearly every single endocrinologist stumped, still looking for answers, but was prescribed Spironolactone anyway just to block any Androgen receptors. ... (9 replies)
... what did the blood test reveal? were your hormones out of balance? I plan to get my hormones tested too, but I'm seeing an Endocrinologist Doctor because I have a history of cysts on my ovaries (and acne on my jawline which I've read is hormonal acne). (6 replies)
... mg because that's what my endocrinologist says is usually needed to treat hirsutism. During the first month, I noticed a decrease in oil, but not in acne. ... (16 replies)


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