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... arch. 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. So if you have acne, you are more likely to be horny, and thus masturbate. ... (23 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)
... wish that I had. Certainly six, let alone 3 months ago, I didn't know, nor cared how topicals or certain medications worked. I was just glad that they did. Yet, the more I learned, the more connections I found, and the more questions I needed to have answered. ... (97 replies)

... I posted a couple of weeks ago a thread called 'The Gym and Acne', so you might want to look there as well for further info. ... (4 replies)
... I have said this time and time again, and frankly as much as I love you guys, i get why people leave this board. ... (30 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)
... This is a good thing for me to know. You see, the people I know with hyperthyroidism happen to also have bad acne, so I thought that might be the problem. The thing is that a dysfunctional thyroid can screw with your hormones, thereby causing acne in some individuals. For some people, it might not for various reasons. ... (15 replies)
... LOL, because different sugars react differently in the body. ... (54 replies)
The Gym and Acne
Jan 8, 2004
... react to the hormones. Teenagers for example produce heavy excess androgens naturally during growth phase of their life and that is why they often get acne. ... (11 replies)
... testosterone. This is the factor directly responsible for releasing more oil. ... (2 replies)
... Exercising is another way to decrease insulin resistance. I too sweat during workouts, but I've never broken out as a result of the sweat. I know some do major weight lifting, and feel that may have a slightly opposite effect, but I don't know. ... (25 replies)
... you will probably always have to continue with that form of treatment if you wish to control or prevent it. ... (53 replies)
... To test for a malfunctioning thyroid you must do more than just check your temperature. You must also get several blood tests run as well. ... (110 replies)
... Also, androgens usually are the reason for acne. Again, not everyone that has high androgen levels will develop acne, but like I've said before, acne is but one of several possible symptoms. ... (54 replies)
... Well according to the Mayo Clinic's Feb. 2, 2004 update "Acne is a common skin disorder characterized by clogged pores and pimples. ... (54 replies)
... I wish I could tell you definately, but the studies have not been done. I know that there's studies that have shown that it reduces prostate cancer and increases hair growth on your head. ... (23 replies)
... than others. It could be that its synthetic, or it could be the fact that progesterone has androgenic properties. So the more you add, the more androgen you could be adding to your system if you don't need extra progesterone. ... (19 replies)
... Again, those in bold are disorders that I'm aware of that can have acne as a symptom. ... (110 replies)
... but others, including myself are a lot closer to understanding the FACT that acne isn't it's own disease, but is a SYMPTOM. Therefore, you don't treat the symptom, but what is causing this to occur. ... (100 replies)
... Thanks for the info Emma. ... (15 replies)




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