Do you use cold or hot compresses to reduce cellulitis in the lower leg?
asked Jan 22 '12 at 11:02
On the other hand adipex is made from phentermine . This medicine is mostly suggested to people who are facing serious health problems due to obesity, For example: High blood pressure, high cholesterol, diabetes etc. Adipex Adipex
Microdermabrasion won't help with acne scars. Save your money. It's like a expensive exfoliator. Try looking around for a school, where I used to live there was this massage school, and they also did I guess cosmetology or esthetics training. But they would do microdermabrasion on you for 20.00. Much cheaper than a docs office.
As for the laser, I'm not sure if that would help. I've got the same problem, and done quite a bit of reading, and it seems that lasers really won't help much since ice pick scars are so deep. I've personally given myself a couple rounds of a 25% TCA peel, which is technically still a light to medium depth peel, and helped a tiny little bit, but not enough. If you're still having acne outbreaks, I would suggest checking into some kind of chemical peels, like a glycolic or light to medium TCA peel regimen to get on. Get the acne under control first, or it's just a waste of money getting the procedures done. Otherwise, the acne still comes back, and so will the scars. Also, I buy a strong salicylic acid solution, 10% and use that as a spot treatment. The stuff you buy at the store is usually only around 1%, so it's much stronger and works better. You can buy those online, and if you want I can send you the links for those where I buy mine. I don't make any money off them or anything, not spamming lol. Just stumbled across them one day doing some research. Please see more in here about fraxel virginia.
Okay, this is what I know about both pills separately both from a personal standpoint and from working as a medical transcriptionist for 5 years...
Phentermine (the ingredient in Adipex-P) can cause serious heart issues, including blood clots, and that is why most doctors are reluctant to prescribe it. MY doctor would NOT prescribe it to me when I asked for it after I had gained a significant amount of weight suddenly (which later I found out was because of Yasmin birth control pills... whole different story there...).
Birth control pills are known to cause a higher risk of blood clots, especially the newer kinds with drospirenone in them (like Yasmin for example), but you are talking about Ortho Tri-Cyclen Lo and that is one of the less potent ones without drospirenone.
So, by taking BOTH pills at the same time, you are raising your risk of blood clots/heart problems significantly. You will get more information in here about adipex p.
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