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... Now some of you might be saying "Isn't testosterone bad? ... (46 replies)
... Thanks for the reply. Yes with that dosage, it is a slower process and sometimes works for mild but most of the time not for cystic hormonal acne. The kind of acne that I have is genetic. ... (133 replies)
... I also think that your age would come in to play a part if high levels of testosterone is what is causeing your acne. ... (4 replies)

... are higher on the glycemic Load and if they aren't normally in season, you may not want to eat them until they are. ... (12 replies)
... and eliminate the acne infection. ... (5 replies)
... initiate acne production. "Bread" as in Wheat, as this is primarily what is used when we speak of Flour, Bread, Pasta, etc. ... (11 replies)
... testosterone on the sebaceous glands could be counteracted then acne could be controlled. The challenge lies in accomplishing this without tampering with the body's normal hormonal makeup. ... (2 replies)
... that has a higher affinity for the male steriod hormones. ... (21 replies)
... ve all seen the commercials with the cutaway view of the skin, explaining that the bacteria and oil on your skin cause acne, implying if you could just get your skin clean of those germs and oil, your acne would be cured. ... (6 replies)
... I was curious about this before and did some research. I found that testosterone which causes libido, and sebum producers are both androgens, and lots of times if people have a high level of one androgen, other androgens are naturally higher. ... (23 replies)
... has helped certain acne sufferers, while others had to completely eliminate milk. ... (24 replies)
... food does affect hormone levels.if you eat a diet high in carbs and calories,your insulin and testosterone hormones are much higher. ... (22 replies)
... s broken down. Now, depending on it's glycemic load, a certain amount of glucose will be available for your body's energy needs. This prescence of glucose will cause your pancreas to produce insulin to enhance glucose utilization and sometimes it will be a HUGE amount of insulin! ... (9 replies)
... Yes, we all have some form of acne on this board but I guarentee you that we all have dozens of reasons why. For me it is a ongoing hormonal disorder vs. ... (17 replies)
... s broken down. Now, depending on it's glycemic load, a certain amount of glucose will be available for your body's energy needs. This prescence of glucose will cause your pancreas to produce insulin to enhance glucose utilization and sometimes it will be a HUGE amount of insulin! ... (24 replies)
... I was reading your posts on the Antibiotics vs. Accutane post and just wanted to say... ME TOO! I am married, 24 and developed hormonal cystic acne whilst on Alesse 28 last year. ... (20 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...although both are hormonal ;-) Idiopathic Hirsutism = when you have normal hormone levels but increases Follicular Sensitivity and usually increased DHT production in the hair follicles. Androgenic Hirsutism = which is... (15 replies)
... increased risk of infertility. Since it can affect the parts of the brain that control hormones, it appears that this can cause an acne breakout. ... (15 replies)
... that has a higher affinity for the male steriod hormones. ... (31 replies)
... LOL, Acnecure, yeah for some people that might be true but for others, that acne won't ever be coming back. Uh oh...what your libido? ... (16 replies)


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