Koloz

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  1. I took it for a whole year in 2013 80mg. It cleared me but I still get a pimple every now and then and I think my cheeks have permanent redness from how inflamed it was back then.
  2. Starting Isotretinoin

    I took it for a whole year in 2013 on 80mg the highest dose. It cleared me but I had really dry skin and it gave me psychotic depression like random crying spells and anger outbursts.
  3. It doesn't get better, people will always treat you differently because of acne. I was in complete isolation in high school because of it. I'm almost 21 and my life is some what better now but don't expect it to be great if you were isolated in school.
  4. I highly doubt they would. I've never seen it before. Girls would pick an obese man over a guy with acne and scars and I don't mean a pimple or two but an entire face marred in acne and deeply inflamed. I'm about to be 21 and never kissed a girl because of the way I look. I know that's the reason. I slowing accepting the fact that I'm going to have to see a prostitute sometime.
  5. That's what I've been saying for 6 years now. Society treats acne victims like lepers and there's nothing we can do about it. Thanks to social media infested generation, pictures without imperfections are very thing now. Threads like this remind of the discrimination I faced as a teen because of acne.