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By denny
December 10, 2014
denny wrote
accutane and hyperostosis
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By R_Beauty
September 28, 2014
R_Beauty wrote
Raccutane caused me huge chest pains and difficulty breathing
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By Emin
August 6, 2014
Emin wrote
Accutane ( Isotrenion)
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you must inform your doctor about what is happening to you . I couldn't even complete 1 week of raccutane if was giving me horrible side effects
September 28, 2014
Im on month 2 n also have blood taste in my
Mouth and nose bleeds often. Keep ur nasal cavity dry by puting lotion in ur nostrils and drink lots of water
September 17, 2014
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By NightDiver
March 11, 2014
NightDiver wrote
Accutane
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May I ask how old you are? I'm a 50 year old female, and my acne sounds like the exact same kind as yours. Considering Accutane again, since I'm just fed up and can't tolerate Spiro. First course, when I was 25, put me in remission for over 15 years. Thanks!
Rena  |  June 1, 2014
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By Aimee
March 8, 2014
Aimee wrote
Natural alternatives to Accutane and other chemical cures
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Where can I purchase that bentonite clay?
Lea  |  October 18, 2014
Happy that this method worked for you! But there's no one cure-all for anyone. I tried every possible solution over a number of years and nothing worked. I was reluctant to try Accutane for the reasons you've mentioned, but it's worked for me (with side effects)
NightDiver  |  March 11, 2014
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By Bibby
February 22, 2014
Bibby wrote
Accutane chronic stiffness years later
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take MANGANESE
November 18, 2014
Never thought about it but my chronic back pain started the same time I was on accurate, and it is still ongoing pain. What if the agent used to dry the oils causing the acne also dried spinal fluids and other essential oils needed by the human body to live healthily. I hate pills and always have but accutane is by far the worst I've ever taken and have heard the same from anyone I know who has taken it to. It's criminal what pharmasutical companies get away with I'm their search for wealth and
Lucas kane  |  October 15, 2014
I forgot about this post, but thanks for the response. I've been screened for Lyme, but the test came back negative. I live in southern British Columbia (Canada)-- not sure how prevalent Lyme is here, but I know it's nowhere close to as high as it is further East. I know the tests can be inaccurate, so I guess there's a possibility that Lyme might be the cause. Any ideas on accurate tests to diagnose it?
Bibby  |  July 6, 2014
Consider Lyme disease. A lot of the side effects of Accutane are the symptoms of Lyme. Therefore it makes it tough to know for sure. However, since Accutane weakens your defenses the bacteria advance. Your broken ankle was a traumatic event that probably didn't help anything. It may seem lame, but Lyme disease is a hidden epidemic in this country. It crosses the placenta, and some sources think it can be transmitted sexually. Most of the time testing reveals little clues, even the testin
Jaz  |  March 5, 2014
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By Horrified
February 19, 2014
Horrified wrote
Accutane
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By Masood Akbarzada
February 11, 2014
Masood Akbarzada wrote
ACCUTANE - Watery Eyez, runny nose, body stifness, stress, Anxiety, Lack of work will,
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I'm very interested in your specifics. I am 55 female with Roscesa (bumps on face but no redness). I've been taking Accutane for 3 weeks and have a few side effects. Typical dry lips and some overall dryness but am just starting to experience brain fog. Did you have brain fog and if so did it go away once done with treatment?
Hopeful User  |  August 9, 2014
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By Andrew
February 3, 2014
Andrew wrote
Accutane - Forgetfulness
You need to go in I had foggy brain and I also got type 2 diabetes from accutane at 23 and I am only 120 pounds
April 19, 2014
This happened to my son in college. The accutane caused damage to his brain to the point he fainted during a test, had to go to the hospital and doctors were convinced he had multiple sclerosis. Accutane destroyed the coating on the neurons. Please go and have the ms test. My son stopped accutane and is slowly improving. But has constant migraines and anxiety.
True  |  February 19, 2014
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By Rich
November 28, 2013
Rich wrote
Psoriasis treatment
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By daniela
October 19, 2013
daniela wrote
Do I use Dalacin T. and BP at the same time?
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By Carriecarrot
September 28, 2013
Carriecarrot wrote
Shingles and accutane
I am on my third round of accutane at age 30. I took it when I was about 17 years old and also developed a case of shingles. Never occurred to me that the two were linked.
Mike  |  August 27, 2014
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By KaylaKitty
September 6, 2013
KaylaKitty wrote
Accutane and an Appendectomy
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By cmsf
September 5, 2013
cmsf wrote
Accutane
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By Speshlk
August 16, 2013
Speshlk wrote
Accutane helping gluten intolerance side effects
What's up man.

Looks like this is an old post, so with any luck, you've already done what I'm about to tell you to do. GO GLUTEN FREE! DO IT! I had the same symptoms, minus the dizzy/tilting sensations but plus inattentive ADHD and dermatitis. For about 3 months, I cut back on gluten, but I soon realized that's not good enough. See, when you reduce the amount of gluten you consume, your tolerance to it also decreases. That means if you don't eat it for a couple weeks, and then give yourself a
J  |  April 29, 2014
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