Hormones can be the main cause of acne and weight gain in teenage girls. Although acne and weight gain are incredibly common in all teenagers, they can be especially problematic for teenagers with ovaries. This is because both weight gain and acne are related to the function of the ovaries 2, and that metabolism in the ovaries is related to.
If your acne is more than an occasional problem, it could be linked to a hormonal condition. WebMD tells how to tackle acne when it's more than just skin-deep.Author: Gina Shaw.
Feb 13, 2012 · hi there, i actually had the same experience as you, but about 10 years ago. i was anorexic in high school and lost a ton of weight, only to recover and gain most of it back, to be healthy. during the time i gained the weight back, my acne went from very mild/clear to bad. nothing worked for me to clear it up, antibiotics, topical creams, gels, washes etc. Basically since your hormones and.
Like adolescent acne, adult acne is often caused by hormonal imbalance. Many women break out every month at the onset of their period, and acne is a common symptom of PMS. Acne is also associated with polycystic ovarian syndrome (PCOS), a hormonal condition that causes irregular or absent menstrual periods due to ovulation irregularities.