Gladiatoro

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  • Interests Master Herbalist , data research , skiing , movies , AC/DC , UFC.

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  1. Beer works pretty good for constipation in moderation if I drink too much I get other side effects like back pain and dizziness.
  2. Prednisone, what I mentioned above is used to suppress immune system function. People with autoimmune diseases take that for life, it's quite amazing, I felt normal for the first time ever since accutane. But it's not good in the long run, I know I got a cut on my finger while taking it, and it didn't heal AT ALL up until a few weeks after I finished taking it. We NEED our immune system, but it's being an asshole (if we have autoimmune disease). Another thing that looks promising is LDN, I'm going to get right on that as soon as I receive it, I know there's another user here who is reaching a month on LDN now I think. It takes a few months to receive effects. The industry is completely bankrupt /. Corrupt what else is new.
  3. Wow after careful analysis and years of reading post tan stories I would definitely have to say accumulated dosage is the MAIN factor in severity of long term side effects.
  4. Sounds about right. The only reason I felt any depression from Accutane is because I am fully aware of the side effects that persist on a daily basis. There's only one thing that has totally made me feel normal from my sides, and improved my memory, mental functioning, sleep quality, and stopped my systematic inflammation. And that magic pill is called prednisone. I took it as a 15 day taper for a cough problem I was having and I never even realized that every single day on this drug I was at my very very best functioning, every single day was my "best day of the week". Which really makes me feel like my issues lie within the gut. Sounds like an autoimmune disease where my immune system is just attacking everything and causing inflammation everywhere. Taking steroids for life though is my final option. I rather exhaust every other option before jumping the gun on something like that again. High hopes for LDN, if it can come in faster dammit. Sadly I do a lot better if I don't drink too much beer . My ancestors would be ashamed lol.
  5. Yeah me too I find it heart wrenching teens are put on this poison for a few pimples it's absolutely criminal but I wouldn't necessarily describe it as depression rather reduced brain function. Luckily I have a huge brain lol. I consider that a blessing after what I have been through with this CHEMO torture.
  6. 10.950 posts WOW I think we are finally making headway lol....
  7. When you tell a naturopath that you took accutane most would say that's a pure poison, they know it's bad stuff. But allopathic doctors don't care they ignore it's dangers and shrug their shoulders and say it's not that bad , that's the kind of world we are living in , I call it drug inc.
  8. I always ask , accumulated dosage?
  9. Secondary cancer , sadly correct.
  10. Acumulative dosage? Your stomach issues are more likely related to previous antibiotics use.
  11. I have a little list for you guys , take a wild guess which DRUG is on top of the list .... http://prescriptiondrugs.procon.org/view.resource.php?resourceID=005528
  12. Synthetic drugs are not compatible with LIFE is what I say.
  13. http://www.collective-evolution.com/2014/10/14/the-most-dangerous-heavily-promoted-prescription-drugs-possible-natural-alternatives/
  14. You may think your fine now but what kind of dibilitating side effect are you going to have down the road so you have to ask yourself punk do you feel lucky we'll do you PUNK. This is for would be tan users.
  15. Stay away from loving and caring derms , the side effect of this chemo drug will haunt you for the rest of your life.
  16. Saw palmetto that's interesting most people post tan want to avoid it .
  17. My body hates vit A now I tell you these pHARMa drugs are modern day witchcraft, basically the way my body processes nutrition has been messed up . You guys should watch the documentary VAXXED more pHARMa lies , maimings and basically murder.
  18. High quality beer works pretty good for constipation keeps everything flowing.
  19. It's not cheap to be a junkie lol .... my advice watch your diet and limit alcohol.
  20. Dying for clear skin sounds about right , some of us aren't doing much better than JUNKIES.
  21. it is safe...the amount of hype on the internet about accutane...its like walking across the road and getting hit by a car...everyone walks across roads but how many get knocked down??? Ok lets re-examine your analogy. In the real world you can cross the road when you see little or no obstacles. However, imagine that each side effect of accutane is a car/suv/truck. Now don't forget, since your taking accutane you are forced to cross the road despite the number of cars going by. How likely do you think it is that you'll cross that road without getting hit by at least one of the 150 obstacles? I don't care if you take accutane, you seem stupid and if you die, eh more air for me. It's trying to spread "it's all hype, it's safe!" crap around. Oh and BTW about 1/4 of the side effects can be fatal and many are life long side effects. This a WARNING to would be VICTIMS of pHARMa
  22. In my opinion this drug and its generic cousins needs to be banned from the general public just like VIOXX that maimed / killed thousands of inocent victims .
  23. http://anabolicapex.com/2016/02/20/dht-supplements/
  24. More synthetic drugs NO thanks , the next time I take another prescription drug IS the day I die FACT.
  25. http://www.longecity.org/forum/topic/57417-brain-fog-reaction-to-roaccutane/