Acne! I hate you

Bangalore, India
March 26, 2017 9:43pm CST
I try and try to fix my acne problem and they keep coming back. When I see my face in the mirror, I just turn away. Because it makes me angry how ugly acne has made me. Oh! god when am I going to get rid of this. Do you anyone have any solutions?Have you faced this situation?Tell me what you felt.
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@Shavkat (42859)
• Philippines
27 Mar
I think you need to consult a dermatologist. We can't get some solutions by hearsay or advice from someone. It is better to go to a specialist for skin.
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• Bangalore, India
27 Mar
I have tried them a lot but still is facing acne.
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@Shavkat (42859)
• Philippines
27 Mar
@manasamanu It is sad to hear that. I am not sure if it is also in genes.
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• Bangalore, India
27 Mar
@Shavkat No its nothing like that may be its my body that has a problem.
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@prinzcy (5086)
• Malaysia
27 Mar
I used biore acne control facial wash. Don't know whether it will work for you though. Skins can be different.
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• Bangalore, India
27 Mar
Yeah Thanks for your suggestion, I'll give a try on that.
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• Prairieville, Louisiana
27 Mar
I hate acne and rosasea.
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• Bangalore, India
27 Mar
What's rosasea?never heard of it.
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@DaddyEvil (20868)
• United States
30 Mar
@manasamanu Here, Manasa, this is a link explaining about rosasea.
This content does not have an English version. Menu Search Request an Appointment Overview By Mayo Clinic Staff Print Rosacea (roe-ZAY-she-uh) is a common skin condition that causes redness and visible blood vessels in your face. It may also produce small,
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• Bangalore, India
30 Mar
@DaddyEvil Thank you so much.
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• India
27 Mar
Who doesn't hate it girl?. These are very irritating. How much you consume water per day?
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• Bangalore, India
27 Mar
May be around 2-3 litres, I guess.
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• India
28 Mar
@manasamanu okay that's good. I thought your water consumption was low
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• Bangalore, India
28 Mar
@optimisticbeauty May be sometimes I go low on it, I actually forget to drink sometimes even to eat. I am a bit absent minded.
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@Shwetasingh (1365)
27 Mar
I know it's very painfull . I had this problem long ago. I tried so many things but never get a proper result. Then I started drinking a lot water and eating cucumber. Trust me it disappeared. Still I am on the same trace, used to drink plenty of water. This problem generally happens either because of hormonal disturbance or because of irregular stomach function. So you have to observe why this is happening . Drink plenty of water , it will help your body to regulate functioning, as well as removes indigestion.
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• Bangalore, India
27 Mar
Thank you I will do everything I can to get rid of this problem
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27 Mar
@manasamanu best of luck
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• Bangalore, India
27 Mar
@Shwetasingh Thank you
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@PatZAnthony (11756)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
27 Mar
Some feel they have acne b/c of hormone issues. Others say it goes away when they clean up their menu, especially avoiding sugar and artificial colors and chemicals.
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• Bangalore, India
27 Mar
Well I don't know the exact reason for my acne I have tried consulting many doctors but it seems it doesn't wanna leave me.
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@PatZAnthony (11756)
• Charlotte, North Carolina
29 Mar
@manasamanu Hope you find out what it is. Acne is terribly annoying.
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• Bangalore, India
29 Mar
@PatZAnthony Yeah I am on it.
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• Bournemouth, England
28 Mar
I had a terrible problem with this from my teenage years until my mid-twenties. It blighted my life and desperately affected my confidence. There are some responses here which are well meaning but unlikely to be effective for a severe case and others which are rather insensitive. If the problem is severe then you need to do what I eventually did and see a good dermatologist. Treatments are improving all the time. I was prescribed a treatment (medication) which had to be regularly monitored with hospital appointments and which had side-effects but which ultimately made a big difference. That was over 30 years ago and I am sure that treatments will have developed further since then.
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• Bangalore, India
28 Mar
Yeah you are probably right and guess what I am working on it. Thanks for your time.
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@DaddyEvil (20868)
• United States
29 Mar
Believe it or not, Nick... Even Dermatologists can't do anything for some people with this problem. There isn't a way to fix it for me and I've been to Dermatologists several times. All they could tell me was what they thought was causing it, but had no suggestions for how to fix it... they said there IS no way to fix my problems with it! I sure hope my suggestions were not among the insensitive responses! I remember some of those people from WebAnswers who made me cringe at how insensitive they were when addressing a young person's problems! SMH! Some people need sensitivity training before they should be allowed to talk to other human beings!
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• Bournemouth, England
29 Mar
@DaddyEvil No, I wasn't including you, DE! At 56 I am one of the, perhaps 1%, who still have occasional acne later in life and I am resigned to it. (Fortunately the huge spot right in the centre of my nose last week had mostly cleared up by the time of my speech to an audience of nearly 100 last night!) But that single course of Roaccutane prescribed when I was 25 made a huge difference and it was never as bad afterwards. I am aware, though, that some patients who have more than one course of it risk additional problems. I hope you and the original poster are able to find something that at least lessens the problem. I don't believe a lot of the claims made about diet but I do think stress can be a factor and it's a vicious cycle because the condition causes stress. As far as Webanswers was concerned, I did once see a question relating to much more serious condition which I also suffer from and I was amazed at the uninformed and actually downright dangerous response which someone put on there just to try and get a few more.cents.
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@Nawsheen (22905)
• Mauritius
27 Mar
Yes i used to have lots of acne earlier and tried lots of home remedies and over the counter medicines but none had really helped. So i finally went to a dermatologist and followed all the treatments and today i dont have acne anymore
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• Bangalore, India
28 Mar
Congratulations you must be very happy
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@Nawsheen (22905)
• Mauritius
28 Mar
@manasamanu oh yes i am. And i forgot to mention that i drink about 8 glasses of water per day. I also take lemon water as soon as i wake up in the morning. Maybe those helped too
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• Bangalore, India
28 Mar
@Nawsheen Lemon water! I love it, with some water and a dash of salt makes it taste good. We can also add some cardamom to increase the flavor. It is good for health too.
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@Jon2071 (263)
• United States
28 Mar
I feel for you. I used to fight with acne when I was a teenager too. It makes you very self conscious. I hope that someone can recommend something that will help you. Hopefully if nothing works it will just go away given some time. I know it did for me and now all of my battles with acne are distant memories.
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• Bangalore, India
28 Mar
I wish it becomes a distant memory for me too. Thank you.
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@sjvg1976 (12671)
• Delhi, India
27 Mar
Welcome to mylot Yes acne may make you ugly specially when they leave scars. You need to see a doctor for a treatment.
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• Bangalore, India
28 Mar
Yes I did and I will for once more. Thank you.
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• Prairieville, Louisiana
27 Mar
Welcome to mylot new user.
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• Bangalore, India
27 Mar
Thank you Aunt Bling.
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