Do.u have anything to run to help combat tiredness and spots??
I have dhea and vitamin b complex but neither are doing much to help, I don't know if I can eat anymore carbs lol and I picked up some benzoyl peroxide for the acne.Originally Posted by klint
Im 203lbs at 5"10 in am nude after a piss. I dont post my stats
Hahaha. It was kindof a joke. Im running a bulking tread right now. Goal was to hit 225 but i dont think I will.
Need your guys help!! I'm getting really bad acne almost bad enough that I'm debating stopping use. I tried using benzoyl peroxide and it's not working at all I have it on my face and shoulders.
I would really appreciate any advice, anyone at all?
You try proactive? Never had acne issues but if you can tolerate it for a bit it should go away after cycle
I don't think proactive will work it's pretty bad it's not acne you can squeeze the **** out of either its filled with blood it sucks.
I have some prescription stuff I just don't know if I should take that on cycle. I guess I'll just wear a mask until my cycle is over lol
Accutane at 20mg daily for 5-6 months will destroy acne but you need to stay away from partying.
I have accutane but I didn't think I could use that on cycle? I don't party anyways hahaOriginally Posted by heavyiron
Low-dose isotretinoin in the treatment of acne vulgaris.
Amichai B, Shemer A, Grunwald MH.
Huzot Clinic of Clalit Health Services, Ashkelon, Israel.
BACKGROUND: The efficacy of isotretinoin at 0.5 to 1.0 mg/kg per day in the treatment of acne is well established and considered safe, although it is sometimes not easily tolerated because of its cutaneous side effects. OBJECTIVE: The purpose of this study was to determine the efficacy of low-dose isotretinoin in the treatment of acne. METHODS: In this prospective, noncomparative, open-label study, 638 patients, both male and female, with moderate acne were enrolled and treated with isotretinoin at 20 mg/d (approximately 0.3-0.4 mg/kg per day) for 6 months. The patients were divided into two age groups: 12 to 20 and 21 to 35 years old. Patients were evaluated at 2-month intervals by means of clinical and laboratory examinations. A 4-year follow-up was also carried out. RESULTS: At the end of the treatment phase, good results were observed in 94.8% of the patients aged 12 to 20 years, and in 92.6% of the patients aged 21 to 35 years. Failure of the treatment occurred in 5.2% and 7.4% of the two groups, respectively. Twenty-one patients dropped out of the study because of lack of compliance, and another patient discontinued participation because of a laboratory side effect. During the 4-year follow-up period, relapses of the acne occurred in 3.9% of the patients aged 12 to 20 years and in 5.9% of the patients aged 21 to 35 years. Elevated serum lipid levels (up to 20% higher than the upper limit of normal value) were found in 4.2% of the patients and abnormal (<twice the upper limit of normal values) liver tests were observed in 4.8%. LIMITATIONS: This was a noncomparative, open-label study. CONCLUSION: Six months of treatment with low-dose isotretinoin (20 mg/d) was found to be effective in the treatment of moderate acne, with a low incidence of severe side effects and at a lower cost than higher doses.
PMID: 16546586 [PubMed - indexed for MEDLINE]
Thank you! Ill start tomorrowOriginally Posted by heavyiron
When do you dose? 2 caps morning or 1 morning/1 afternoon, or 1 morning 1 pre-workout?
4200kcals is a **** ton. Best of luck.
1 at 8:30 during work then when I get off at 4:30 then I hit the gym at 5:30.Originally Posted by F355
How is it going?
Hey guys weight gain has stalled at plus 7lbs for the last few days, tomorrow is the beginning of week three.