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    There are plenty of antibiotics ok when ttc, a gp can get u into some and get the worst cleared up whilst waiting to see a dermie.... Unfortunately I think a lot of human hormonal acne is related to demadex and Drs don't believe in it, but they don't check for it..... There's recently been an ivermectin cream released in the USA which has been working great ( and yes ivm has activity against demadex) ....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Lisau77 View Post
    There are plenty of antibiotics ok when ttc, a gp can get u into some and get the worst cleared up whilst waiting to see a dermie.... Unfortunately I think a lot of human hormonal acne is related to demadex and Drs don't believe in it, but they don't check for it..... There's recently been an ivermectin cream released in the USA which has been working great ( and yes ivm has activity against demadex) ....
    Thanks I did see your post. I'm not willing to take anything at this stage. I was hoping for some natural ideas or face products.

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    Hormonal breakouts are hard. If you have no dairy allergies try moogoo. They have an acne cream or use their oil cleanser (oil is actually really good at cleansing for some people and can help with breakouts). I found their products worked and were gentle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by twinklify View Post
    Hormonal breakouts are hard. If you have no dairy allergies try moogoo. They have an acne cream or use their oil cleanser (oil is actually really good at cleansing for some people and can help with breakouts). I found their products worked and were gentle.
    Thanks @twinklify I've just stopped using their acne cream. I'm not sure if it made it worse but I'll see how it improves now I've stopped.

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    Not natural but also heard 'Avene' can be good for acne (they have a range specific for acne but it is more expensive).

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    @mummymaybe have you stopped using prednisone in between your cycles. I found I got huge breakouts in between cycles when I came off it? My pcos doesn't help though either its so hard though whilst doung the ivf treatment as there are products my gp and chemist would say are ok to use but when I looked into them they are nit recommended for ivf. Hope you find something that works though hun as it can be so frustrating!

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    Quote Originally Posted by mummymaybe View Post
    Thanks I did see your post. I'm not willing to take anything at this stage. I was hoping for some natural ideas or face products.
    Try jojoba oil and see if that works. You've been using a gentle cleanser so that's great as the strong ones tend to exacerbate the problem. It can get quite tricky when TTC/pregnant as it limits your options so much. BHA, as far as I have read, is okay as a spot treatment as long is it is no more than 2% solution. Before you spend money on any product, though, check reviews and make sure the ingredients in it are effective. Only other suggestion is to look at your diet and see if you are having enough fruits and veggies.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Heyside View Post
    @mummymaybe have you stopped using prednisone in between your cycles. I found I got huge breakouts in between cycles when I came off it? My pcos doesn't help though either its so hard though whilst doung the ivf treatment as there are products my gp and chemist would say are ok to use but when I looked into them they are nit recommended for ivf. Hope you find something that works though hun as it can be so frustrating!
    I think you might be onto something @Heyside . I took my last prednisone last Tuesday.

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    Unfortunately its usually the case for me @mummymaybe and the only thing I could do is wait for it to clear up its as if my system goes into overdrive when its allowed to do its own thing.

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    I had terrible skin when I did IVF and the only product that worked for me was 'Aspect Dr problem skin serum'. It is safe to use in pregnancy. Expensive at about $120 per bottle but totally worth it.


 

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