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i have so many skin and health problems i been taking this medication roaccutane for the acne for almost 5 months and they are not gone yet i have dark spots in my nose black spots all over my face wish all this nightmare could end everytime i pick my face back or chest i get black skin in that part apart from it i have so much stretch marks since i was 12 and still hav everytime more and cellulite and im just 18 and my body never seems like a good skin or good health is something wrong with me everytime i excersise i have no energy at all im always like weak and sometimes i can be laying trying to rest and my heart start going really fast out of no where! blood tests always say im anemic since i was lil till now!..since 3 months ago everytime i try to eat something my body feels like its gonna puke and i start coughing and it happens and wish to know why so much things happening to me. im diagnosed even with mental problems too im psychotic bipolar and extremely drepressed with deperation or anxiety im white 18 y/o girl . my dad is white and my mom has black family but she is light medium white. im 1.75cm maybe 5 9 and im 178lb i think im overweight but dont look fat because im tall
Asked On : Sat, 7 May 2011
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Dermatologist 's  Response
Welcome To HealthcareMagic forum,

It seems that you have a hormonal imbalance .You have not mentioned your weight ,but in such cases where there is hormonal imbalance we get to see certain features in body like: facial hair ,weight gain, acne ,scalp hair loss and irregular periods .Kindly let me know if you have any of these feature.You should get a blood investigation done for your hormones and a ultra sound of abdomen which would surface any hormonal imbalance .
As far as roaccutane is concerned ,its a wonderful medicine for acne but one should take certain precautions before taking it .You should have responded to it by now...but probably for your hormonal imbalance you have not responded to it.I also think that you should stop roaccutane since you are suffering from depression .There is a chance that roaccutane might aggravate your depression.
In hormonal cases ,one responds to hormonal treatment only like to diane 35,aldactone ,cyprteron acetate etc..
So consult a good dermatologist who can first investigate your case properly and then treat you .
Along with this you should check what all creams you are using .Avoid using any moisturizing soap or face creams .Don't squeeze your pimples ,else they would leave marks.For marks ,along with oral medicines ,you can go for chemical peeling also .Always use a good spf sunscreen daily & a anti acne face wash.
I hope this would help you to analyse your self better.


Answered: Sat, 7 May 2011
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OBGYN Dr. Rakhi Tayal's  Response
Thanks for choosing HealthcareMagic forum.
The problems you have with your skin is due to the hormonal changes your body is going through. If taking medicine for such a long time has not helped you till now then it is best to go for a laser surgery to lighten the pigmentation spots.Rest of your problems are more due to the mental illness you are having.
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