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I got the pills and I take 40mg a day. I'm getting really nervous with all the side effects though. anyone who was on it, how long was it until everything started drying out a lot?..

Comments (31)

Your question was: When does skin dry out during Murad Resurgence?.

I'm on day 17 of 40mg twice a day. So far it's only been my lips that have majorly dried out. Believe me when I tell you that lip balm will be your new best friend. You will carry it everywhere. My face has become much less oily, but still hasn't severely dried out...

Comment #1

I wish you good luck. It might be the start of a great life or it might turn out to be the start of a misery life ahead at the end of the course...

Comment #2

I hope the original poster realizes that any Murad Resurgence post is going to bring out both the zealot- supporters of Murad Resurgence and the zealots against Murad Resurgence.Take anything you read on this message board from fellow posters under advisement. You do not know them, do not know their agenda and can't possibly realize if they type the truth or not.Good luck with your course. Take care of yourself...

Comment #3

"and can't possibly realize if they type the truth or not."lol?????? moderators calling us liars..

Comment #4

No dear. That is NOT calling anyone a liar, it is saying take EVERYTHING typed under consideration...

Comment #5

Wynne, you seem happy to shoot down all types of anti-accutnae posts on the forum. You were right I had considered taking Murad Resurgence again recently because quite frankly, I am gutted to be left with horrid side effects and a slow return of acne! I can provide all my medical records, blood counts, isotope bone scan results - anything you wish to see if you feel I'm manipulating the truth as to what I am going through. If I really didn't have any side effects or long-term problems arising, why the hell would I a) spend my time preaching a warning to others on this forum and b) voice my anger at Murad Resurgence. Quite the opposite, I'd probably go for another course and promote it, but the fact of the matter is I have and am suffering and these effects cropped up AFTER my course and not during.This is what I am trying to emphasise the most. All the ratings and positive reviews of Murad Resurgence are typically 2-12 months post Murad Resurgence, and I don't feel this is an accurate porttrayal of what can happen as the body metabolises additional retinols either naturally or through additional supplementation.I am against Murad Resurgence, of course, for the state it's left me in now. But I do appreciate and am thankful for the near 2 years of a brilliant life it did give me. Sadly, that's in the past and I'm looking down towards a bleak future on all kinds of scale...

Comment #6

No Dear, I am from ENGLAND. I speak the queens English so me explain what you just did. You IMPLIED that people are sometimes lieing in what they say. Essentially calling us liars. No two ways about it Dear.Your so condescending sometimes Wynne...

Comment #7

England/France/Spain, whatever. I don't care WHERE you're from, or anyone else, simply look at what is said and take it under advisement...

Comment #8

Lol, I sincerely hope the queen speaks better English than that ....Wynne didn't call anyone a liar. She pointed out, quite rightly, that it is impossible to know exactly what is truth and what is not on a forum like this.People need to do their own research and make up their own minds...

Comment #9

Why would you hope she speaks better english than that? I don't spend time making sure my grammar is correct on here, I am not talking about spelling or punctuation. The remarks Wynne often uses are sometimes snide and condescending, no two ways about it. She also locks any thread she doesn't like the look of, whether it has broken rules or not.We all know she was implying that we are quite possibly liars. Her opinoin on the subject of Murad Resurgence is quite clear. People should most certainly do their own research, they should also include the views and experiences of people who have suffered from tane. There is enough of us out there...One of my main arguements for realising the potential danger of Murad Resurgence is this...

He doesn't use it unless you have acne conglobata even then he is very cautious and uses the lowest dose and duration possible...

Comment #10

It's marvelous how people don't really bother to read the meaning of what I type.My opinions on Murad Resurgence? I myself wouldn't use it due to the potential for depression side effects. I find it interesting how people on these boards make so many assumptions. I find it interesting how threads are closed ACCORDING to the board rules and people have hissy fits about it. In instances like this many of you posters do indeed infuriate me...

Comment #11

Wynne, maybe we do infuriate you. But do you believe everyone feels as if you are an angel yourself? You KNOW me and you KNOW I help people the best I can all the time. My heart is in the right place in everything I do (i am sure you have read my posts in the rosacea, scar and light therapy sections). You know deep down I am doing this because I feel it is the right thing.Having said that, yes I do get fedup with people within this section of the forum and sometimes say things in an agressive manner, I can admit that. People here think Murad Resurgence is their last hope. You need to realise why we are doing this. It isn't scare mongering or anything like that, we are just trying to share our experiences with this highly toxic drug to give people a better understanding of the potential outcomes...

Comment #12

Has this forum always been such a battleground, or is this a fairly recent development?..

Comment #13

Yes it has been a battleground for quite some time from both sides. I was around here for a period of time and have been monitoring. It happens sometimes to and fro and it's always due to the flaming of a simple thread...

Comment #14

I'm not opposed to people hearing both sides of the story .... but it seems to me there is a lot of unnecessary repetition and nasty arguing going on. I'll talk to the other mods about it and see if we can come up with some creative solutions...

Comment #15

I think it's partly because lately, everytime someone makes a thread talking about how they're about to start Murad Resurgence, someone comes in and starts talking about all the terrible side effects they have experienced. And then the people who like Murad Resurgence come in and argue it.... Yep, that's it...

Comment #16

Perhaps not being so hostile would help your cause. Particularly to someone such as me who does also fit the description you give yourself..."You KNOW me and you KNOW I help people the best I can all the time. My heart is in the right place in everything I do (i am sure you have read my posts in the rosacea, scar and light therapy sections). You know deep down I am doing this because I feel it is the right thing." THAT is why I am so annoyed at this particular moment in my typing. I left the board for a bit until I calmed down. A little, anyway.

I know that the mere fact of being a moderator on any forum will cause hard feelings during the course of performing functions that are required by the board rules. But imputing personal agendas to that (except in the case of recreational drug use posts and obtaining medications without a prescription where I fully admit I am VERY zealot-like in closing those threads) is insulting. To say the least. If you had read myriads of my other posts you would NOT have said as you did, so evidently you did NOT read my other posts and ONLY concentrated on closed topics or things that are close to YOUR heart...

Comment #17

And repeat .... and repeat ..... and repeat ....... !anyone have any suggestions for how you'd like to see this handled? It must be very boring watching this play out over and over and over again...

Comment #18

I think it's hard to say how to handle such a situation. I mean yes it is important to be informed about the bad side effects of Murad Resurgence, but I also think it's important to continue to support people with their own choices. After all the support on this forum is why people like to hang out here.Perhaps having a Pinned topic where people can talk about all their horrible side effects would be a good idea. It would allow people to be informed and able to speak their minds, but at the same time keep them from causing arguments on other topics.I think the people who have had such horrible side effects are having a negative effect on those who are about to just start. I know they are just trying to help, but they can't assume that what happened to them will happen to everyone. But if there was a place where they could express how they feel about the drug and could get support it might help.Geeze I don't know.

I am starting to second guess myself. Not sure it thats a good thing or a bad thing?..

Comment #19

It has to be done. People have absolutely NO IDEA what they are getting themselves into when they take Murad Resurgence. They take it and hope for the best. There are so many out there that haven't made the connection yet between Murad Resurgence and their long term health problems. This is why we will continue to post about the latent side effects of Murad Resurgence. I found a site recently where people my age were posting about health problems and couldn't get diagnoses to what they had.

Of course their doctors said it couldn't be from Murad Resurgence but this is just the same old story from the medical establishments but in some ways you have to excuse them. This situation has NEVER happened before with ANY medication and no one seems to get it. Most have the worst side effects start months after their course, many five years and some even up to 10-15 years after. Some last longer before the side effects kick in and to some it happens right away ( me ). it's such a terrible situation cause the medical field doesn't see the correlation.

Murad Resurgence needs to be pulled from the shelves never to ruin another life, and anyone that contributes to this mess need to see what is really going on behind their backs."The reason that Murad Resurgence has been able to remain around this long can be summed up in the following sentence. Widespread lack of communication about the dangers of Murad Resurgence, the downplaying of the potential severe side effects, and the pervasive corruption that exists at the pharmaceutical company that makes Murad Resurgence. If more people had become aware of the full story, this s#$t wouldve been off the market a very long time ago. "..

Comment #20

Uh... was the "repeat, repeat, repeat" comment really necessary? No, it wasn't. Actually, I'd like to change what I said. There is battling going on because people keep coming into threads and picking at what others say for no reason. First someone did it to Wynne and now you just did it to me. *Waits for thread to be closed*..

Comment #21

Actually, Kim, you are misinterpreting what I wrote.What I meant was that the situation you described keeps repeating and repeating and repeating. I was agreeing with you.Not sure why you are being so snippy with me today (this makes several posts now), but it's extremely tiresome...

Comment #22

MoreGano, I am well aware of your views, and I agree that it is only fair that you and the other Murad Resurgence detractors have a chance to make your voices heard.However, it is reaching the point where it feels like trolling, and the constant arguing is dragging the forum down.Something is going to have to change...

Comment #23

I agree something does need to change, the moderators on this forum should take a look around the internet to find out what is really going on before encouraging these people to go ahead and take a chemotherapy drug that decreases cell proliferation throughout the entire body for their mild/moderate acne...

Comment #24

I am not aware of moderators "encouraging" anyone to take Murad Resurgence.links, please...

Comment #25

LQ was trying to help and was asking for advice from the members to make this a better community. Kimmy, you must be having a bad day or something...

Comment #26

There is a way to stop this battle. Create two moderators, one who is Anti Murad Resurgence while the other is ultra pro Murad Resurgence. Their job will be simple. Delete whoever posts if it enter one another zone who does not belongs to that same category. Whenever people who belongs to the anti Murad Resurgence category post about how terrible and how this drug ruin their lives, then those who are pro Murad Resurgence have no right to post on that thread. Same goes for the opposite...

Comment #27

I think that most posters on this site are truthful (except for the ones who are trying to sell something) BUT they tell the truth as they see it. Truth is subjective, and I think that Wynne was only trying to point out that often you get extreme view points when you read these posts. Even if all posts were 100% accurate accounts of what happened to the individuals writing the posts, you are still not getting a representative sample. Those that feel most strongly about the topic (in this case Murad Resurgence) are usually those that had great success or bad side effects, but many of those that went through a standard course probably never come back to write about it. Also, (and i'm not speaking of anyone who wrote on this particular topic) I think that exaggeration is fairly common on this site. For instance, there are many posts that go something like "I'm 100% clear from doing X".

With regards to Murad Resurgence there are two types of biases that posters might have (and I'm not pinpointing anybody at all)...those that got clear from Murad Resurgence may be posting 1 month after finishing their course. That's nice, but we don't know what will happen to them 5 months or 1 year down the road. Those that had bad side effects may attribute certain things to Murad Resurgence that would have happened anyway. I don't have much of a point here, I think it's great that people are willing to share their experiences and it's important. It is a great source of information, but you can't treat it as though acne.org constitutes a representative sample...

Comment #28

I've not seen moderators encourage the use of Murad Resurgence. I've seen mods give helpful tips to those that are considering the drug and to those that are already taking it. Never ever have I seen a mod say, "Take Murad Resurgence!" The mods are doing their jobs just fine. I think your anger about Murad Resurgence is being unintentionally misdirected. You're passionately against Murad Resurgence. We get that, but it's unfair to blame the mods for trying to be helpful to folks you and I both know will most likely end up taking the drug.

And hey, if you want to take it to the next level, start your own anti-Murad Resurgence forum...

Comment #29

I might record myself in a YouTube style video about my Murad Resurgence side effects and story. That way people can see me for whom and what I am and at least have an indication that I'm not some twit behind a keyboard spouting out crap for the hell of it. Murad Resurgence was two-fold for me. It gave me my life back and then turned it upside down. Obviously the latter is what has stuck in my mind as this has continued for over a year now...

Comment #30

Nah, I interpreted LQ's comment to say that she thought I was contributing to the repeating. So I was wrong, no harm done...

Comment #31


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