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... S are elevated when dealing with hirsutism issues. ... (80 replies)
... Hmm...you can tell them to kiss your assets and just go to an Endocrionologist or another doctor instead. Hirsutism can be Idiopathic or Hormonal... ... (15 replies)
... Oh what the heck: So this is why "bread" can cause/initiate acne production. "Bread" as in Wheat, as this is primarily what is used when we speak of Flour, Bread, Pasta, etc. Now I follow a gluten free (gf) diet and therefore I avoid most grains, yet millet is one of those that is allowed in a GF diet. I however have yet to eat millet and now that I see that it is just... (11 replies)

... but because of the hirsutism I still use 100mg of Spiro. ... (100 replies)
... hormones, most of use reduced or eliminated grain products. So if you don't see significant results by just reducing you may want to see if eliminating wheat or gluten further improves your skin. ... (7 replies)
... Depends on your body and the severity to which it responds to environmental changes. Me, very high DHEA & Free Testosterone levels, mild hirsutism, menstrual pains, and facial & body acne. Medications while they helped, were not good enough as I would always breakout out worse during my Breakout Cycle (9 months of the year)..,my diet eliminated my breakout cycle. I'm not... (3 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? Another example would be the small pox or chicken pox that's presented as skin lesions that were a direct result... (54 replies)
... .........I'm guessing it's because this is the way the Government handles things. They usually believe (hope) it won't lead in that direction, but it usually does. Instead of preventing a preventable problem they now have to deal with an even bigger and more expensive problem. Instead of requiring an overall lowering of Bad Fats and Sugar/Bad Carbs in our Global diet, they... (15 replies)
... Thus, that explains why I saw a greater improvement in decreasing my hirsutism when I changed my diet. ... (15 replies)
... Then just last August, I switched to a gluten free diet. ... (20 replies)
... Jelohi, Can't figure out how to pronounce your name but I like it anyway ;-) Anyway, if it helps not even I follow all of the reccomendations, as I don't currently live in a world that allows me to do so 100%, but I try. Trying got me 99%+ and hopefully one day I'll balance my diet or possibly find an effective supplement or two that gets me at the 100% mark. As for... (10 replies)
Sugar Sugar!
Nov 15, 2004
... st for a "human diet" and even I didn't think that I could be as sensitive to certain ingredients until I decided to check my diet against her list. I knew that gluten was a problem, my biggest problem, but there were other aggrevators that were less obvious and were the reason I was getting sporadic cystic acne still. ... (125 replies)
Sugar Sugar!
Nov 11, 2004
... Oh most definately that's true. Health experts take a look at foreigners health before they enter the U.S. and then several decades after and guess what, they end up with the same health problems! Ever heard of Glucose/Carbohydrate Intolerance or Skin Diabetes? Well this is basically the way our genes are dictating how much sugar/carbs we can take in before our bodies will... (125 replies)
... I can't believe that no one else on this board uses oral treatments to get clear. =0 OK, well here's my answers: 1. Female, age 23 2. Dietary Changes - specifically Gluten Free, Diary Free, avoidance of peanuts, cashews, pistachios, bananas, sodas, non-100% juice, most refined foods, bad preservatives, and trans fats. 99% clear as a result. 3. 3 months on... (4 replies)
... Partially Hydrogenated Oils, Gluten Grains for starters. ... (39 replies)
... Aquarius, So are you saying that there are no healthy options where you live? What food places are there to eat at? I'll tell ya, I'm one of the semi-clean individuals on here that manages to eat "healthy" fast food, "healthy" junk, etc and still have GREAT results with my skin. Sure I'm betting that's why I still have 1% left (some dairy and bad oils), but having 99%... (53 replies)
... Prometheus, Oh yeah, you are absolutely correct. I'm not advocating that anyone eat such foods, BUT if it helps them feel less paranoid and makes it easier for them to the transition into eating a hormonally healthier diet, I'd rather they did it that way. I eat brown rice and wild rice, but more so white rice because that's what my mom buys. I don't even like the kind... (30 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)
... 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 metabolic disorders. I took BC and Spiro (200mg) for 3 years and that combo didn't clear me ( around 50 - 70%), didn't stop my breakout cycle (8- 9 months of my worst... (31 replies)
... is because of the mild hirsutism that I KNOW it has helped. ... (17 replies)




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