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... accutane, but only accutane has worked well. If you don't mind the side effects, accutane is a sure thing. ... (2 replies)
Low Dose Accutane
Feb 11, 2009
... ke something out of whack has been corrected. Some individuals lives are ruined by this drug. I find that it is the high dosers who report the worst problems. Low dose this drug might just be heaven sent. My job is already one hundred percent better. ... (250 replies)
... Has anyone had successful acne treatment by taking 20mg of Accutane per day - *anyone*, at all? I do not mind taking the stuff for a long period of time, but I have had no prior experience with it and all information on long-term, low-dose treatment is welcome. Please! (3 replies)

Low Dose Accutane
Apr 21, 2009
... I took them at night. I make sure I eat enough fat in the morning for max absorpsion. I acknowledge that everyone responds differntly, but for me this "normal" dose has been just fine. I assume I will be up to 80mg per day after my next visit in 3 weeks, but we shall see. I no longer consume alcohol regularly. ... (250 replies)
... er this drug. I think I am wise to be fearful. What scares me is the articles that discuss the permanence of the side effects. I for one cannot wait to get my dose lower. I have considered skip dosing, but I am afraid I may not get a long term remission if I play ping pong with the plasma levels. ... (250 replies)
Low Dose Accutane
Feb 10, 2009
... ld be noted that all of the results I am reporting could be due to just coincendental factors. Inside though, I really think it is this drug. I have read other Accutane logs with similar results. I am trying to be very objective, I pay attention to small details. ... (250 replies)
Low Dose Accutane
Feb 25, 2009
... uld seem to indicate that, all things being equal, I could take a safer, lower dose. The open question, however, is whether it makes a difference to our relative long term health that I will stop after 6 months and you will stop after 11 months. I will start the "recovery" period earlier, but may have more to recover from. ... (250 replies)
... ometime and when the oil returns go back to what works. He is fully informed as to what I am doing. Some people have been able to controll oil with vitamin A. Accutane is a substance "isotretinoin" that we have in our bodies naturally. I am not concerned about long term usage at these levels. ... (250 replies)
Low Dose Accutane
Mar 12, 2009
... Continuous use is what is the important thing with low dose.. ... (250 replies)
Low Dose Accutane
Apr 27, 2009
... How long have you now been taking Accutane and at what dosage? ... (250 replies)
Low Dose Accutane
Feb 18, 2009
... I gotta say, that Accutane changes the normal process for a zit. I was already for a long drawn out process for my new acne. It started very painful as usual, but.... my zits are drying up quick. Its as if they are drying from the inside out. ... (250 replies)
... for a long time now. It is possible that the side effects do occur in some people. ... (3 replies)
... I highly disagree with this. Would you have some terrible bone disease if you took a small dose of vitamin A everyday? ... (13 replies)
... Will you continue to low dose indefinately? ... (250 replies)
Low Dose Accutane
Feb 10, 2009
... ch a short time. Causes me to fear this drug even more. I will be asking my Derm to reduce the dosage for sure. He may balk, he was dragging his feet over the low dose idea. The sex drive thing put some real fear into me. I will be testing my libido regularly to detect any lapses. ... (250 replies)
... hed within 3 minutes of drinking it. It appears that I no longer have the protection of Doxycyline and normal Rosacea symptoms have returned. I don't think the Accutane has caused any flushes, just normal triggers. I am for sure not imagining the dry lips. Only two pills and my lips are mildly dry. Its definitely noticeable. ... (250 replies)
... I guess the answer isw because, even at low doses, taking it long term could cause permanent damage to the liver. ... (7 replies)
... Thank you so much for your blog. It was of tremendous help to me. Today I began 40mg/day of Claravis. My doc would not agree to a lower dose, even tho' I requested it many times. 6 mos is my planned duration. I did visit another derm yesterday who is out of my network, who agreed that if my acne comes back after 6 mos, he'd put me on 10mg/day (possibly for a long term). I am... (250 replies)
... headaches. My temper seems to be a little short at times, but it is no worse than when I am on prednisone, and I learned to control it. My bottom line is that as long as the side effects are not present, I have no worry. If they appear, I will assess it then. Aspirin and cough syrup and other OTC drugs all have side effects. ... (250 replies)
... uld be possible already. I have no side effects other than the lips. No headaches, vision, nausea or pain anywhere so far. I have started to eat very healthy, low fat, grains and fruits are the route I am following. I am looking into supplements as well. ... (250 replies)

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