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  • #16
    Originally posted by Modal Auxiliary


    Personally, it conjures up images of somebody stabbing Ronnie James Dio to death.

    I guess that's kind of tragic, but it's still pretty hilarious.

    I originally meant it as a play on "Deicide" but a lot of people come up with your understanding. Either one is pretty cool.
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    • #17
      1. Don't come to a musician's forum for health advice

      2. Diet can be very important for some people but it likely is not the cause of your problem.

      3. Tetracyclines (there is one antibiotic called tetracycline - but it is also just one member of an eponymously named class of antibiotics) can be effective but do have the potential to cause side effects. Photosensitivity is common so is gastrointestinal discomfort and headaches.

      4. There are many other products available including benzoyl peroxide based topical creams, retinoid topical creams (brand name Retin-A in the US,) topical antibiotic preparations, and an oral retinoid (brand name Accutane.) All are effective for some people, all have potential side effects. If it was me, I would recommend you start with an over-the-counter topical product (benzoyl peroxide.)

      5. Talk to your doctor, ask questions, get answers you can understand - you are paying him.
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      • #18
        Originally posted by Modal Auxiliary


        No, it isn't.

        I took tetracycline back in high school, and the only side effect I experienced was that I burned a bit quicker if I was out in the sun for an extended period of time. No big deal, really.

        It's a temporary fix though. In about 6 months your body builds a resistance to the tetracycline and the acne will return stronger than ever.

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        • #19
          Originally posted by Tommy Tourbus

          It's a temporary fix though. In about 6 months your body builds a resistance to the tetracycline and the acne will return stronger than ever.


          Not necessarily. Tetracycline clears things up for a lot of people. If it doesn't, a good dermatologist will move you onto something stronger (minocycline, cephalexin, etc) before you build a tolerance.
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          • #20
            pics?

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            • #21
              Originally posted by Tommy Tourbus

              It's a temporary fix though. In about 6 months your body builds a resistance to the tetracycline and the acne will return stronger than ever.


              +1

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              • #22
                Take the tetracycline, sort **************** out. If it comes back then take the roaccutane; it's THE BIG PILL and it'll take care of business once and for all.
                Originally posted by tamoore
                I was a Satanist for 10 years. Not this pussy "We don't believe in Satan" Satanist **************** either......
                Real, hard core, hanging out in cemeteries, digging up bodies, killing prostitutes and eating their livers type Satanism.
                All for the glory of lord Satan, baby.
                You ever see the movie 'Lost Boys'? It was a lot like that.....




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                • #23
                  Originally posted by Smokey_McPot
                  If it comes back then take the roaccutane; it's THE BIG PILL and it'll take care of business once and for all.


                  side effects?
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                  • #24
                    Originally posted by scarified


                    side effects?


                    Yep.
                    Originally posted by tamoore
                    I was a Satanist for 10 years. Not this pussy "We don't believe in Satan" Satanist **************** either......
                    Real, hard core, hanging out in cemeteries, digging up bodies, killing prostitutes and eating their livers type Satanism.
                    All for the glory of lord Satan, baby.
                    You ever see the movie 'Lost Boys'? It was a lot like that.....




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                    • #25
                      Originally posted by scarified


                      side effects?


                      Lots.

                      Edit: Don't get too freaked out, though. The most common side effects are severe skin dryness, chapped lips, headaches, and back pain. Some people experience liver problems, which is why you'll probably be required to go in for blood tests every month.
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                      • #26
                        Originally posted by Modal Auxiliary


                        Lots.


                        Holy ****************.

                        # Abnormal menses
                        # Abnormal wound healing (delayed healing or exuberant granulation tissue with crusting
                        # Acne fulminans
                        # Abdominal pain
                        # Aggression
                        # Agranulocytosis
                        # Allergic Reactions
                        # Allergic vasculitis often with purpura (bruises & red patches)
                        # Alopecia
                        # Alternations in blood sugar levels
                        # Anaphylactic reactions
                        # Anemia
                        # Arthralgia
                        # Arthritis
                        # Back pain (severe in some cases, especially in children)
                        # Birth defects
                        # Bleeding & inflammation of the gums
                        # Bone abnormalities
                        # Bone fracture
                        # Bronchospasms
                        # Bruising
                        # Calcification of coronary, pulmonary & mesenteric arteries
                        # Calcification of ligaments & tendons
                        # Cardiovascular injuries
                        # Cheilitis (dry lips)
                        # Colitis
                        # Color vision disorder
                        # Conjunctivitis
                        # Corneal Opacities
                        # Decrease in red blood cells
                        # Decrease in serum high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels
                        # Decreased night vision (sometimes permanent)
                        # Decreased Skeletal - Bone mineral density
                        # Decreased white cell count
                        # Delayed healing of bone fractures
                        # Depression
                        # Dizziness
                        # Drowsiness
                        # Dry mouth
                        # Dry nose
                        # Dry skin
                        # Edema
                        # Elevated CPK levels
                        # Elevated platelet counts
                        # Elevated sedimentation
                        # Elevation of cholesterol
                        # Elevation of serum triglycerides
                        # Elevations of liver enzymes
                        # Elevations of serum cholesterol
                        # Emotional instability
                        # Epistaxis
                        # Eruptive xanthomas
                        # Esophageal irritation
                        # Esophageal ulceration
                        # Esophagitis
                        # Exacerbation of acne (acne made worse)
                        # Eyelid inflammation
                        # Fatal hemorrhagic pancreatitis
                        # Fatigue
                        # Fibrosis and inflammation of the myocardium
                        # Flushing
                        # Fragility of skin
                        # Gastrointestinal symptoms (nonspecific)
                        # Glomerulonephritis
                        # Hair abnormalities
                        # Headache
                        # Hearing impairments
                        # Hearing loss
                        # Heart palpitations
                        # Hepatitis
                        # Hepatotoxicity
                        # Hirsutism
                        # Hyperostosis
                        # Hyperpigmentation
                        # Hypertriglyceridemia
                        # Hyperuricemia
                        # Hypopigmentation
                        # Ileitis
                        # Increased alkaline phosphatase, SGOT, (AST), SGPT (ALT), GGTP OR LDH
                        # Increased risk of sunburn
                        # Infections (including disseminated herpes simplex)
                        # Inflammatory Bowel Disease
                        # Insomnia
                        # Impotence
                        # Keratitis
                        # Lethargy
                        # Limb injury with physical activity
                        # Lipids
                        # Lupus
                        # Lymphadenopathy
                        # Malaise
                        # Microscopic or gross hematuria
                        # Muscle strain with physical activity
                        # Nail dystrophy
                        # Nausea
                        # Nervousness
                        # Neutropenia
                        # Nonspecific urogenital findings
                        # Optic neuritis
                        # Osteopenia
                        # Osteoporosis
                        # Ovarian cysts
                        # Painful intercourse
                        # Pancreatitis
                        # Papilledema
                        # Paresthesias
                        # Paronychia
                        # Peeling of palms and soles
                        # Photoallergic - photosensitizing reactions
                        # Photophobia
                        # Premature epiphyseal closure
                        # Proteinuria
                        # Pruritus
                        # Pseudotumor Cerebri (benign intracranial hypertension)
                        # Psychiatric disorders
                        # Psychosis
                        # Pyogenic granuloma
                        # Rash (including facial erythema, seborrhea & eczema)
                        # Rectal bleeding
                        # Regional ileitis
                        # Respiratory infection
                        # Rhabdomyolysis
                        # Seizures
                        # Severe diarrhea
                        # Severe neutropenia
                        # Skeletal hyperostosis
                        # Skeletal hyperostosis
                        # Stroke
                        # Suicidal ideations
                        # Suicide
                        # Suicide attempts
                        # Sweating
                        # Syncope
                        # Systemic hypersensitivity
                        # Tachycardia
                        # Tendonitis
                        # Thrombocytopenia
                        # Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)
                        # Transient chest pain
                        # Urticaria
                        # Vascular thrombotic disease
                        # Vasculitis
                        # Violent behaviors
                        # Vision impairment
                        # Visual disturbances
                        # Voice alteration
                        # Vomiting
                        # Weakness
                        # Weight loss
                        # White cells in urine

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                        • #27
                          Originally posted by Modal Auxiliary


                          No, it isn't.

                          I took tetracycline back in high school, and the only side effect I experienced was that I burned a bit quicker if I was out in the sun for an extended period of time. No big deal, really.

                          Tetracycline is a broad spectrum antibiotic that will not only kill the bad bacteria in your skin but it will also kill the beneficial bacteria in your digestive tract.

                          Eliminating the problem is usually preferred over just removing the symptoms, but sometimes a cause can not be found. Starting from the basics, I would consider what I should be eating as well as what I shouldn't be eating. You only have to watch the movie Supersize Me to understand that.

                          Here are some tetracycline facts from drug.com:

                          What should I avoid while taking tetracycline?
                          Originally posted by baron85
                          However, my pick for a "Legend" that I don't understand is the Beatles, and to a greater extent, John Lennon. Don't get me wrong, the Beatles are still at the top of most of my lists and favorites. But people seem to intentionally overlook the fact that a lot of their songs just aren't very good (I know, this goes for Dylan and everyone else, too). But John Lennon really gets me. Paul McCartney AND George Harrison were both better than Lennon, and yet Lennon still gets seemingly all the credit. I know his death has a lot to do with it, as does his persona, but both of those things relate just about nothing to his actual music.

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                          • #28
                            I used to think the stuff clears up after you're a teenager. WRONG. I've still got blackheads and zits all over me. When I was 13 it started on my shoulders. It was on my ass by the time I was 22, lol.

                            Think about that, take your diet ideas and shove 'em . VERY minimal effect if any. I've used all the meds out there with minimal results as well. I was 14 the first time I went to a dermotologist. Nowadays it's not as bad and doesn't bother me. For some people it never goes away.

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                            • #29
                              Holy crap man, give me acne any day of the week...
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                              • #30
                                Originally posted by scarified
                                Holy crap man, give me acne any day of the week...


                                Would you not rather chance the side-effects for 12 weeks rather than suffer from a disfiguring skin condition for years?
                                Originally posted by tamoore
                                I was a Satanist for 10 years. Not this pussy "We don't believe in Satan" Satanist **************** either......
                                Real, hard core, hanging out in cemeteries, digging up bodies, killing prostitutes and eating their livers type Satanism.
                                All for the glory of lord Satan, baby.
                                You ever see the movie 'Lost Boys'? It was a lot like that.....




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