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Adult Acne - Please help !!!

I am 34 yr old male and have been sufferring from Acne for long as i can remember - 15 yrs now if i remember correctly-

1) I used to have a severe outbreak all over the face earlier but that has come down to about 2-3 a week now.
2) I dont get too many on the forehead but i do get on temples and cheeks.
3) they usually fill up with pus
4) I get same on the chest a few times( red swollen sopts,without any pus )
5) The skin is slightly oily.
6) I have a 'strange' habit of feeling thirsty during the night and i typically have 2-3 glasses of water between sleep.
7) I also feel the need for passing urine at least twice times per night.
8) I dont smoke and alchohol is only about once a week . I regularly work out.

I dont eat meat and use Retino A solution which keeps things in control.
However, i want them to not come out at all - for heavens sake i am 33 now !

Help please
  kkarank on 2005-06-04
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There is great deal of info.
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