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    Many thanks. If anyone else has any experience...

    Many thanks. If anyone else has any experience with hormone supplementation affecting their redness please let us know.
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    Any updates mate?

    Any updates mate?
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    Not at all, many thanks. Being new to it is the...

    Not at all, many thanks. Being new to it is the worst time, hopefully it should get better from here as you experiment with what works to improve your skin.
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    How's it going?

    How's it going?
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    Don't worry, I started this thread because I saw...

    Don't worry, I started this thread because I saw a lot of evidence that steroids helped peoples redness. Keep us updated!
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    Thanks for post. I've heard a lot of people...

    Thanks for post. I've heard a lot of people talking about giving blood whilst on TRT to reduce hemo.

    What was your dose and what was the name of the testosterone?

    Here's the original thread I...
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    Excellent, please keep us updated. Whats the...

    Excellent, please keep us updated. Whats the name of the testosterone you're taking and at what dose?

    Theoretically yes increased testosterone should cause more acne, however a lot of people have...
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    TRT / Hormone Replacement

    Hello All,

    I have read some very old posts about how testosterone (mainly sustanon) greatly improved peoples facial redness.

    I wanted to see if any of the newer generation of forum users have...
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    ME. Assuming you are flushing in those pictures...

    ME. Assuming you are flushing in those pictures and that's not surface redness alone, mine was that bad, and now you literally can't even tell I have KPRF.

    Firstly, mine did get much better with...
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    Im curious as well about what moisturizer/SSRI you are using.......


    75mg Venlafaxine x 3 a day - on an averagely busy day it keeps it completely under control

    redness moisturizer:...
  11. Nope, doesn't affect it at all! In fact its...

    Nope, doesn't affect it at all! In fact its brilliant because it stops something happening too quickly laugh:
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    I suspect this aggravated my own KPRF. Been much...

    I suspect this aggravated my own KPRF. Been much better since I stopped.
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    Yes I have found it got better with age. The...

    Yes I have found it got better with age. The best way to approach the issue is to break it into two groups, flushing and surface redness. Find a good anti redness moisturizer is the first step.
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    bulking diet is where you consume as many...

    bulking diet is where you consume as many calories as possible to gain muscle mass. I believe it negatively impacted redness by overloading the digestive system.
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    redness centralized over the cheeks is often a...

    redness centralized over the cheeks is often a sign of keratosis pilaris rubra faceii. Get him to check the back of his arms (triceps), if its bumpy (keratosis pilaris) this will provide further...
  16. Agreed, whether your taking a heavy duty...

    Agreed, whether your taking a heavy duty prescribed medication or aspirin... always taper off. Just makes perfect sense.
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    Excellent post, thanks for sharing with your...

    Excellent post, thanks for sharing with your experience, please keep us updated!

    To clarify, you got this purely for flushing right? I got the Nd:YAG done purely for flushing many years ago with...
  18. There is a huge amount of anecdotal evidence...

    There is a huge amount of anecdotal evidence confirming your discovery. Many Asian community forums confirm that famotidine (a different antacid) completely stops the alcohol flush. It is also what...
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    Hello mate, SSRI's allow me to completely...

    Hello mate,

    SSRI's allow me to completely control the flushing. It's the only thing which ever worked for me, and in the 20 years i've been flushing I must have tried over 1000 products, methods...
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    Were you taking anti inflammatory medication? IE, ibuprofen?
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    Heres some basic skin care tips to reduce...

    Heres some basic skin care tips to reduce redness:

     If you shave, only shave last thing before you sleep. This will allow your skin to calm down before morning.

     Only apply any products to...
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    This looks very likely to be keratosis pilaris...

    This looks very likely to be keratosis pilaris rubra faceii. I suffer from the same thing, it sucks. A method to double check this is to the look at the back of the top of your arms behind the...
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    Sweating was reduced. Yup, extended release.

    Sweating was reduced. Yup, extended release.
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    For those taking SSRI's

    Hello all,

    I have been taking 3 x 75mg Venlafaxine a day for a while. I recently tried halving the dose down to 3 x 37.5mg a day. I am pleased to announce it still stops the flushing, so if you...
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    Famotidine massively reduces the alcohol flush. ...

    Famotidine massively reduces the alcohol flush. Always consult your doctor first before taking any medication.
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