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Cystic Acne

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Acne vulgaris (or cystic acne) is a common human skin disease, characterized by areas of skin with seborrhea (scaly red skin), c...
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Common Cystic Acne treatments discussed around the web
Accutane 10,857 Retin A 1,398 Spironolactone 1,253
40,568 conversations around the web about Cystic Acne to help you make a decision
40,568 conversations around the web about Cystic Acne to help you make a decision
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Cystic Acne & Hirsutism

0.31% of the posts that mention Hirsutism also mention Cystic Acne (80 posts)
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I've also suffered from hirsutism and having very painful...
" ...suffered from hirsutism ...cystic acne and I noticed that it gets worse and I break out like crazy during my period. I have had my hormones tested, including androgens but everything is normal. ... "

but I have severe cystic acne and mild hirsutism. Proscar...
" ...acne and mild hirsutism. Proscar and Flutamide both worked well for me. Spiro made my VERY sick. I'm having trouble getting coverage for Proscar or Flutamide with my new insurance--has anyone el... "

and back, have hirsutism. Taken ginette, aldactone....
" ...appropriate? Hi i am suffering from cystic acne (face and shoulders and back) and hirsuitism. I am 25years. i tried antibiotics for acne which helped initially but later did not.i am consulting an... "

NAC has really helped with my hirsutism though. I've...
" ...My personal experience with Saw Palmetto was awful. I started developing cystic acne EVERYWHERE. I was using it in conjunction with Yaz and Spiro though which might have caused some sort of hormona... "

chest. I also have mild hirsutism and sometimes I become...
" ...a normal period. I have super frizzy hair, cystic acne on my face, back, upper ...chest. I also have mild hirsutism and sometimes I become ...low sometimes too. Ovarian cysts disappeared afte... "

pill. It was the only one that rid me of my cystic acne
" ...a metabolite of spironolactone so it has some of the same effects such as a decrease in acne and hirsutism. It is why I picked this particular pill. It was the only one that rid me of my... "

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severe and persistent cystic acne in combination with the...
" ...be really interested to see those hormone results - LH FSH Testosterone (or androgens) Oestrogen and progesterone levels - and what day or your cycle. It is interesting that your cycles are so regu... "

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daily for 8 months now to treat a lovely combo of: hirsutism...
" ...and haven't tanned this summer (I'm already a light olive complexion anyway). I'm not on birth control, haven't been in over a year and I never had this issue while on bcp. Has anyone else notic... "

I have full blown symptoms like cysts on ovaries, cystic...
" ...androgens, although my testosterone is on the higher range of \"normal\". I am not overweight. But I have full blown symptoms like ... "

now, helps with some of the oil, some of the cystic acne...
" ...it for over 4 years now, helps with some of the oil, some of the cystic acne, and the mild hirsutism, but even on a dosage... "

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