Help with acne coming off Birth Control pill?!I'm 19,female. I got off of birth control during the summer (I think late June) and after months I started breaking out once I got my period back. My face has been breaking out since, mainly around my mouth/chin area and down the jaw/neck area. It's been about 10 months now that I got off the pill. My hair also used to be beautifully curly before and on the pill . It has slowly gotten better but I'm hoping it'll go back to how it used to be once my hormones are balanced?
I know the acne is hormonal. I'm very healthy with what I eat and I've noticed that no matter what I eat or don't eat, nothing makes a difference in my acne. I do eat meat and don't have any food allergies that I know of. I don't have any aches or pains. My periods are pretty regular, usually every 28 days but I haven't been bleeding as much as I used to. I haven't been getting cramps before or after periods.
I've always been shy and have low self-esteem, very self-conscious about my looks. I used to have trouble with depression when I was on the pill (I think it was from the side effects of it) and that thankfully went away once I got off. What brings me down now at all is the fact that I have acne from the stupid pill and ya know, being shy is difficult and so is being in college. I would like to know what remedies you'd suggest for acne. I have picked up Silicea 6X and it's my second day using it. Would you suggest something else or need to know more about me? Please help!
mmyy23alxo on 2013-04-28
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