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... He also did not get as much sun exposure on his face and back as he is a outdoor kid that goes shirtless,swims at the lake etc. ... (5 replies)
... She is a brunette and I have wondered if skin pigment has something to do with it. Some light skinned people look gorgeous on accutane. Like the sun is shining out of their skin. ... (10 replies)
... I started Accutane back in October of this year, I'm mid third month. ... (2 replies)

... and both have failed miserably. My derm told me when it comes to hard to control acne, the generic are just not the same as the brand name and I totally believe it. ... (7 replies)
... Cakies is right. It's very different from Accutane, but taking doxycyline can have long term health effects. Yeast infections and stomach problems are some of the most common side effects. ... (2 replies)
... doryx is an antibiotic and accutane is a strong dirivitive of vitamin A. They are not at all the same thing and they don't work in the same way. I've been on both and neither of them worked for me. ... (2 replies)
... i wanted to be sure doryx and accutane are not the same drug. also wanted to make sure doryx is a safe drug to use. ... (2 replies)
... But their's Doryx and Doxycycline. ... (7 replies)
... I thought Doryx was doxyclyline? ... (7 replies)
... How much does Doryx cost with insurance or without insurance. ... (7 replies)
... I was wondering if anybody could tell me the price of Doryx for a 1 month supply at 100mg and 200mg? ... (7 replies)
... another. Yes, it is possible that it will work by 6 months but it might not. OTC was very bad for my daughter's skin. She finally went off at the 5 month mark and went on to accutane. OTC and accutane were both pretty hard on her skin. She is now on Yasmin and it is much better. ... (1 replies)
... who knows. Just hang in there. DD is on what you are with the exception of differin. She'll start 3rd pack of Yasmin next week and is on 50 mgs. of spiro. 200 mgs of Doryx. How much spiro are you taking? ... (7 replies)
... my acne came back much worse. I never had a severe acne problem, basically my face was just never clear. I got the bloodtests and everything, but my dr. said was that it just doesn't work for everybody. ... (9 replies)
Doryx question
Jul 20, 2006
... I have been on it for about 4 weeks now and am seeing no results. ANd everyone on here that says it's great I have been noticing that they are men. So I'm wondering to if it just works better for men. ... (13 replies)
Doryx question
Jul 20, 2006
... After the first course, my acne did not disappear but it made them more manageable and breakouts not as severe. The 2nd course I thought was not as effective but it still helped in controlling the acne. ... (13 replies)
... Mine was really not severe but I am coming of doryx and my acne wasn't that bad to begin with. And keep in mind that we are all different so these results will vary. ... (14 replies)
... I am on my second week of Doryx 100mg and I am getting more of a cystic acne then before my visit to the derm. It seems to be all in one area. I have been on accutane and several other meds for acne my whole life. I am praying this starts to work. ... (19 replies)
... That's exactly what happened to me when I got off Accutane all 3 times!! LOL But anyway, I went on Doryx for about 4 years. It helped for a while on keeping my acne under control, but it quit working about this time last year. I finally got off it in August 2004. ... (5 replies)
Acne problem
Mar 19, 2005
... I have cystic acne all over my back and just normal pimples on my face. And yes a derm starts off giving you antibiotics like tetracycline, minocycline, erythromcin. Ive been on all of these and they did not work for me. ... (8 replies)

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