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Kaitikins

409d

Guys, I have to have an IUD because oral birth control won't work. All of my seizure meds cancel it out. It is giving me terrible acne. Any ideas on how to get rid of it?

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    • E11iefant

      388d

      @Kaitikins sooo great news, red raspberry leaf tea has helped a ton with my symptoms in general!! It’s also DELICIOUS! Just a warning, your libido will skyrocket

    • E11iefant

      408d

      My acne has gotten horrible on the IUD too. I’ve tried a ridiculous amount of skincare products with little to no luck. I’m not on seizure meds so I have no clue how that interaction is. My acne is different too, it’s more blistery and my scarring has gotten worse. I’m on the IUD for endometriosis, it works decent for that, but otherwise I’m not impressed so far.

      • Kaitikins

        407d

        @E11iefant you're supposed to be giving me solutions! Lol I'm happy that it's not making me gain weight like it also warned, but this is driving me insane. It's my face, chest, back. The only thing that works is a tea tree oil blend. It takes care of my face. You can try that. I need a supplement for the rest of my body though.

        • E11iefant

          388d

          @Kaitikins sooo great news, red raspberry leaf tea has helped a ton with my symptoms in general!! It’s also DELICIOUS! Just a warning, your libido will skyrocket

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