Can I exercise while on Murad Acne Complex?

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If/when I get on Murad Acne Complex will I have to give up my Brazilian Jiu-jitsu? it's a big part of my life, I train 5 days a week, I don't know if I could handle not doing it for 6 months.What do people usually do in this situation?.

Comments (8)

Honestly if you are taking 1mg/kg then yes probably. I am taking less than that and my lower back hurts a lot..

Comment #1

Everybody is different. you may be able to continue your Jiu-jitsu w/ no problems, or you may not because you might get joint pain or other problems. just listen to your body..

Comment #2

I second that. ^You may not experience joint pain till like month 3, so you won't miss sport for the whole 6 months.I think the higher the dose.... the more the joint pain. A longer course on a lower dose might be better, if that's an option.You'll have to be prepared to make some big compromises.Good luck with whatever you decide..

Comment #3

Thanks for the replies, it's not so much the aches I'm worried about, I'm constantly aching anyway from my weight training, I find a few painkillers sorts that out.My main concern is that my skin will be very brittle tear easily when subjected to the stress of an armbar or a choke or even just from the chaffing of the Gi.What are peoples experience of this?.

Comment #4

Yea how is that going? I love rollin and I'm just starting 20 mg/day for Murad Acne Complex..

Comment #5

I started boxing a few weeks before I began Murad Acne Complex. I'm now in my second month (first month was 40mg, this month I'm at 80mg) and I have had no problems. I train 5 or 6 days a week. No joint/muscle pains or any problems with my skin...I just drink a lot of water to replace what I'm sweating out. Also, be sure to moisturize your skin, even if it doesn't FEEL dry yet.I was worried too when I first started, but it's been fine. I'd say keep doing your normal routine, and if you have any problems, talk to your dermatologist.Good luck!.

Comment #6

I've been having some lower back and ankle pain but I still am able to work out and do sports. I've gotten used to the lower back pain already so it's not a big deal. GL.

Comment #7

I recently went back to judo a month ago and have noticed a big difference in the gi/mat burns I get. Normally they heal up right away, but now it takes a little longer. I can deal with it as long as I don't get any gi burns on my face. Last Monday I got one on my chin. I got lucky and it healed up by Friday. It's the price we pay for being on the meds and training.

Good luck..

Comment #8

This question was taken from a support group/message board and re-posted here so others can learn from it.


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