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    Hi - I have some of the same type of damage...

    Hi -

    I have some of the same type of damage you do. In my case I think the triggers were different, but it's definitely something I've been struggling with.

    Anyway, here's the best things I...
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    lonewolf, I would not write off this potential...

    lonewolf, I would not write off this potential relationship just yet.

    It sounds to me like you were both feeling a little awkward at the beginning, and she may have also been trying to match the...
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    Unfortunately, I still have no reason to believe...

    Unfortunately, I still have no reason to believe that the melatonin-containing pill I was taking wasn't a trigger, but then I can't say for sure that it was, either. My skin hasn't flared up like I...
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    I'm having a lot of luck improving a lot of...

    I'm having a lot of luck improving a lot of things right now, but the large pores don't seem to be going anywhere.

    I also haven't found anything promising on line (either information or product...
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    Yes...I have noticed that as well. Some of...

    Yes...I have noticed that as well.

    Some of them, around my eyes, I think would mostly have shown up anyway (just one of those facts of being in my 40's). But a lot of the rest, on the lower part...
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    Tell them that your biological clock wasn't...

    Tell them that your biological clock wasn't missing after all, that it turns out it was ticking quietly all along, and you just couldn't hear it until now.

    Get them to address the PCOS and then...
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    Thanks, Melissa. It is a great deal of fun,...

    Thanks, Melissa. It is a great deal of fun, really kind of addictive.

    I am getting increasingly curious about this sweating thing, so I did an experiment last night. I didn't actually take a hot...
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    I'm not going to pretend to understand the main...

    I'm not going to pretend to understand the main theory being presented here at all, but I will say this:

    Yesterday morning I went and did something I'd never done before, which was to attend an...
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    Well, the fact that I'm peculiar is established...

    Well, the fact that I'm peculiar is established fact laugh:. Seriously, I do tend to have an opposite reaction than most people to a lot of meds and such.

    windsor 90 - I think you're right, my...
  10. Agree with you about the pH factor, but have to...

    Agree with you about the pH factor, but have to respectfully disagree regarding supplements.

    First, as far as just basic nutrition goes, almost everyone in the world is suffering from...
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    Melatonin sleep aid causing flare-up?

    Well, for a week or two my skin's been doing pretty good, but a couple of days ago it took a turn for the worst again and today my face is swollen up in various places (consequently pores look even...
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    Also wanted to say thanks to the mods for your...

    Also wanted to say thanks to the mods for your feedback and consideration of my suggestion!
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    And that very well could be true in some cases;...

    And that very well could be true in some cases; to clarify, I'm not saying that every single person who fits the "profile" I talked about should automatically be assumed guilty.

    I'm not sure that...
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    Can we "weed out" the astroturfers?

    I am a newbie here myself, so it will probably seem a bit hypocritical for me to broach this subject, but I think it may be important to address this to protect the integrity and reputation of this...
  15. nico - Hi, and welcome! I'm a newbie myself...

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    Hi, and welcome! I'm a newbie myself here myself.

    I know it's frustrating to have doctors telling you that what you believe is going on "can't" be going on.

    If you were describing...
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    Good point, Melissa. I didn't mean to minimize...

    Good point, Melissa. I didn't mean to minimize the physical pain and discomfort - I certainly suffer from that myself. The burning flushes are awful - it feels the same to me as having a really...
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    Interesting. However, the way I see it, we have...

    Interesting. However, the way I see it, we have already been pushed over the threshhold, our systems have been hypersensitized, and therefore any food that is a trigger will have an effect very...
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    I'm struggling with this myself. There are very...

    I'm struggling with this myself. There are very few foods that I can pretty much say with certainty are okay (and even then, only okay for me, as everyone's different): eggs, organic turkey, tuna,...
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    Well, there are apparently at least a few...

    Well, there are apparently at least a few different types of cyanide. I would find out exactly what kind you're dealing with, as well as the other chemicals, and look up the Material Safety Data...
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    Conspiracy theories make life more interesting....

    Conspiracy theories make life more interesting. Plus, a surpising amount of the time they eventually turn out to be "conspiracy fact." Did you ever ask yourself WHY mainstream medicine doesn't tell...
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    Thanks for the update; sorry it doesn't seem to...

    Thanks for the update; sorry it doesn't seem to be the answer.

    This seems like a hopelessly tangled up puzzle, doesn't it? It's so hard (and expensive, and time-consuming) to keep trying thing...
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    It's interesting looking at that list. Some of...

    It's interesting looking at that list. Some of them I have trouble believing it, but the minute I read "Renee Zellwegger" I could totally see it.

    Which brings up an interesting question....
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    Personally, at this point, my belief is that less...

    Personally, at this point, my belief is that less is more, so I'd say give it a try. I do know that changing to room-temperature water, rather than hot or cold, cut down on the redness for me. You...
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    I know the last post in here was some time ago,...

    I know the last post in here was some time ago, but I wanted to bump this up to say something about the immune system issue. I have had a lot of trouble with what I now believe is ocular rosacea -...
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    Hi Wrinkled - There's some synchronicity for...

    Hi Wrinkled -

    There's some synchronicity for you. I woke up thinking this morning I wanted to see what people here have to say about the hormone issue.

    Yeah, my hormones have been a mess for a...
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