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... I wish I had never done this drug. It managed to screw up my neurological system as well....but thats another story. My life and health were fine until I did the accutane route. ... (2 replies)
... Hi, I took 2 courses of Accutane, several months each, years ago. I had to interrupt the second one because Accutane caused severe depression. ... (1 replies)
... ogist was also cautious and had to get the approval of my neurologist before prescribing the med. My neurologist did give his approval, and I have experienced no neurological problems while taking Claravis, not even a headache. ... (13 replies)

... There are alot of neurological risks with Accutane. I used it twice and as soon as I went off it, my skin returned to terrible. ... (4 replies)
... know just how dangerous the drug is, will help you make up your mind. I did some real damage to my kidneys on the drug...and its irreversible. I also developed a neurological disease shortly after being on Accutane, which to this day, no one can tell me if it was a trigger or not... ... (2 replies)
... rs were relentlessly hitting my knees. It wasn't until weeks after treatment too that I started connecting that there might possibly be a correlation between the Accutane and the random muscle jerks I'd been receiving. ... (1 replies)
... Hi everyone, my name is Kathy. I'm 33 from Wisconsin. Here's a "brief" overview about me. I started taking accutane in 1994 after having tried EVERYTHING prior to that, both prescription and over the counter. ... (1 replies)
... I am going away for a little while. I'll keep a daily accutane diary, in hopes it will keep me patient and sane. I just want to tell all of you that I hope you do well and find success with whatever treatment you are using. ... (19 replies)
... You had mental problems with accutane the first time and are going for a second round ? ... (30 replies)
... you may already have permanent neurological damage. And since accutane stays in your body for at least a month after you take the last pill, new side effects may not appear until after you've quit it. ... (20 replies)
... itis has been reported in patients with either elevated or normal serum triglyceride levels. In rare instances, fatal hemorrhagic pancreatitis has been reported. Accutane should be stopped if hypertriglyceridemia cannot be controlled at an acceptable level or if symptoms of pancreatitis occur. ... (20 replies)
Jan 22, 2001
... t know more about this drug or don't have the scientific curiousity to find out more about this drug in relationship to causing central nervous system damage and neurological damage. ... (7 replies)
... too, suffered cystic acne for years. I had done two rounds of accutane, and both times my acne cleared up, only to return when I went off the acutane. I now have neurological disease.. ... (7 replies)
... I was on Accutane 20 years ago, with severe cystic acne. I developed a neurological disease 10 years later, which they swear was brought on by accuntane. I cant tell you for sure. ... (3 replies)
... The derm tried another antibiotic and then was going to put her on Accutane when we read about the NLite laser, and found someone local who uses it. She's now been for a few treatments, and it knocked out the cystic acne. ... (21 replies)
... and there are several psychological disorders that can result if you're unlucky. I'm not sure whether the fact that your daughter already has neurological problems will heighten her chances of developing these complications. It's unlikely if anyone can answer that. ... (41 replies)
... er much of her face. I know it bothers her, though she does her best to remain upbeat. The thing is, she's already been through so much in dealing with serious neurological and psychological issues. When she developed tics just before high school, her friends dumped her, and she became one of the outcasts. ... (41 replies)
... Hey, Here's some more information for those interested in finding out ways to get those much needed answers. Obviously, we don't all respond the same to our hormones. Some people's bodies do other things in response to the hormones that give us acne. Some people actually have NORMAL hormonal levels, but their receptors are extra sensitive to certain hormones. Whereas, some... (97 replies)
... however, there is absolutely no doubt of hypervitaminosis A and it's cause of depression and other neurological effects. The logic behind it is ridiculous. ... (13 replies)
Jul 29, 2002
... ors. All told me my symptoms resulted from the mino, so I finally had to believe them. The vertigo attacks were so bad that I really thought I had some sort of neurological disorder. They did an MRI to check for a brain tumor! ... (35 replies)

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