Recent Posts

Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10
1
Skin Complaints and Skin Disorders / Re: Grover's disease
« Last post by golfboy307 on Thursday February 21, 2019, 08:55:23 PM »
Its been awhile since I have posted but I would encourage some of the new folks to go back and read some of the old posts regarding mercury chelation and a dermatologist by the name of Paul Dantzig who practices in NY.  My Grover's, which I had for 3 years, was GREATLY helped by eliminating fish from my diet and getting my old silver/mercury fillings replaced (one was decaying my dentist told me).  I went from constant suffering down to a few spots every once in awhile on my chest.  Darn near cured.  Dr. Dantzig is convinced a great deal of the etiology of Grover's is influenced by mercury and sun damaged skin.  For those of you using Cilantro, that is a known chelating agent that helps remove mercury from your body.  Not sure you knew that, but that might be a clue for you to consider. 

If you have tried everything else like I did, it is worth looking into. 
2
You need to wear sunscreen when you're taking this. The melasma should go away.
3
The Social Club / I love snow
« Last post by totalfolly on Thursday February 14, 2019, 03:27:08 PM »
I don't love the digging out process, although it's much better now that we have a snowblower.

Here in central Maine, we get some snow.  Often the first snowfall is long before the calendar declares it to be winter--this year the first snow fell in October.  And we'll probably still have snow on the ground well into April, by which time this former Virginian is very tired of the stuff.

Anyway, yesterday it snowed again, our 37th snowfall to date, and we spent this morning clearing it away enough that we can get out.  I snowblowered most of the deck and most of the driveway, and I cleaned off both vehicles (with the exception of the roof of the Subaru, which DH had to do because I'm too short) and I'm officially DONE for this snow event.

One good thing about living in northern New England is that snow doesn't seem to keep many people from getting where they need to go.  The roads are quickly and efficiently cleared and Mainers put on their cold weather gear and go about their business.  Ho-hum, just another winter day.   ;D
4
Neviem, koľko mi môže pomôcť získať tieto informácie, pretože chcem získať prístup k množstvu informácií, neviem, ako mi pomôcť?
5
Skin Complaints and Skin Disorders / Re: Pleva/Plc
« Last post by LeroyMack on Tuesday February 12, 2019, 06:33:39 AM »
Aký veľký je tento veľký zdroj údajov? Koľko údajov môžem získať, pretože mám podozrenie, že tento veľký obsah databázu odstránil?
6
The Social Club / Where's TF?
« Last post by totalfolly on Tuesday February 12, 2019, 02:50:17 AM »
When DH and I retired from our good government jobs in 2008, the plan was to sell our house and move.  Unfortunately for us, 2008 saw the housing market go belly-up.  There was no way we could sell when housing prices were so low, so we bided our time and found that northern Virginia wasn't so bad when one was retired and could go places during the day.  But in the back of our minds, we knew home prices would go up again and moving was still the goal.

In 2013 things were looking much better, and we spent the next year getting our home of more than two decades ready to sell.  In August of 2014 we put up the For Sale sign, eleven days later we had a buyer.  We closed in late September.

And where did we move?  Home for us became a little rural spot in central Maine, where the winters last six months and the summers are to die for.
7
The Social Club / Re: Helloooooooo?
« Last post by totalfolly on Tuesday February 05, 2019, 07:37:28 PM »
 :hugs: to you Matt.

I think I'll continue to check in.  What the heck?
8
The Social Club / Re: Helloooooooo?
« Last post by M@t on Tuesday February 05, 2019, 07:31:51 PM »
I miss y'all's too.
9
Skin Complaints and Skin Disorders / Re: Pityriasis Lichenoides Chronica
« Last post by TimmyH on Tuesday February 05, 2019, 12:51:14 PM »
My son has been taking Bromelain for six months and his PLC has almost disappeared.

EXTRANASE 900NK purchased from France is made by the same company used in the trial but it's weaker than the Italian product.  It improved the condition somewhat but then we tried Life Extension enteric coated 500mg one a day from Amazon.uk and that has almost eradicated the condition, especially considering it's winter when it used to be at it's worse.
10
The Social Club / Helloooooooo?
« Last post by totalfolly on Monday February 04, 2019, 01:10:53 PM »
It’s true, I guess, that you can’t go back.  I’ve been absent from SkinCell for a long time, but I never thought the friends I knew here would be gone when I finally looked in again.  All those friendly, helpful, informative people who have moved past this forum and gotten on with their lives.

Their posts are still here, of course, still full of info about the conditions that brought them here in the first place.  But the special social atmosphere … that’s long gone.  I feel like I’ve stepped into an empty house.  I call, but my only answer is the echo of my own voice.

And who can blame them, after all?  There has never been a lock on this door, not to keep people out or to keep them in.  I’m just sorry I never took a moment to let them know how much they meant to me.  ❤️
Pages: [1] 2 3 ... 10