Has anyone found a way to cure lethargy/chronic fatigue, etc. caused by the drug?
Sorry, I don't know but I just finished a consultation with a specialist who told me that I should not be avoiding vitamin A in food like i've been doing for years. He said that isotretinoin actually makes people deficient in vitamin A. This probably explains why taking vitamin D makes me feel so much worse, specifically creating chronic inflammation. Has anyone here tried taking vitamin A in the form of retinyl palmitate at a dose of 25,000iu per day? This is the dose that he recommended i take. I'm still a little cautious, but i'm willing to give it a try if someone here has taken it before and felt better.
I have been taking Vitamin A ( retinyl Palmitate ) 20 000iu per day for two weeks now.
Yes I do feel better. But at this point its purely Mental sides. Less brain fog and I feel connected with my body again. Also speaking is more fluent and more intelligent.
But I think I should take it for 2 months so this way I can exclude the placebo effect.
Also my blood sugar slightly raised when I started taking Vitamin A.
Normally I would hoover around 5.2-5.1 and today I tested it at 5.7.
Maybe thats why I feel better because my brain has more fuel. Lets see.