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09eric09

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In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

27 July 2014 - 07:00 PM

09eric09 check your blood glucose levels.High blood glucose goes hand in hand with high triglycerides.I believe our metabolism has been impaired post accutane.I say this because in general i feel colder apart from having higher cholesterol and higher glucose levels.I can't believe how dermatologists and doctors still believe that accutane acts on the skin to get rid of acne.It is obvious that other changes occur which change the brain and the immune system which then change the skin to cure acne,this is why we get so many brain related and immune related side effects(autoimmune diseases,allergies etc),as brain and immune system are closely related and communicate via neuroendocrine signals and via unknown mechanisms.This confirms the study of B.Melnik which states that upregulation of survival genes such as foxo are responsible for the mechanism of action of isotretinoin.The thing is even this author is unable to explain why these changes persist.(here we have to admit that epigenetic longlasting/permanent chyanges occur).

Glucose has always been fine too, I actually always feel hot.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

27 July 2014 - 04:15 PM

Anybody else's triglycerides affected from taking accutane? Unbelievable, 5 years later and I'm still borderline high.

 

The same here with cholesterol.I can't believe how many deep changes this poison has done to us.

My cholesterol has always been optimal, just kinda scary to have triglycerides in the 190's for 5 years now, all for a clear face, smh.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

26 July 2014 - 04:11 PM

Anybody else's triglycerides affected from taking accutane? Unbelievable, 5 years later and I'm still borderline high.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

08 June 2014 - 11:34 AM

Here's the story again since you ignored my first post. A woman's son WITH CANCER TREATED WITH ACCUTANE. Yes it is used for chemotherapy.

http://www.dailystre...ild-ptc2nd-time



 


Sure we have brain damage it is a CHEMO drug , Chemo stands for Chemical Holocaust Either by Murder or Overdose that would be a good description , plus MRI's prove the brain damage done by isotretinoin  just goggle it. CBD oil is the best treatment option we have it is an amazing healing plant with or without THC that is debatable , fasting may also be beneficial although I have done this before 2 weeks and saw little improvement bottom line is that there is permanent damage and we have to live with it .

I find it amusing how people actually believe that. I had a bad experience with the drug too, but you can't blame it for everything wrong with your life. It's NOT chemotherapy, it doesn't matter how many times you and others make that argument. There's an uncanny disparity between isotretinoin treatment and cancer treatment. Making these hypochondriac-like claims may be fun for you but is actually quite harmful to impressionable readers of this forum. Any brain damage you feel you have is likely not from your accutane treatment that I'm sure was several years ago. There's no problem with bashing accutane, it definitely sucks. Just do it in a moral, rational manner. Thanks.  

Uncanny disparity? That doesn't even make sense. Exactly what are you referring to?
What am I referring to? Maybe the fact that a drug that reduces oil production in the body is constantly put on the same level as CHEMOTHERAPY. My aunt had breast cancer and to say the two are the same is just stupid. Maybe it was used in chemotherapy but constantly claiming post-taners are victims of unneeded chemo sounds insane to both medical professionals and normal people. I don't think I need to list the differences between the two.  

In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

07 June 2014 - 10:53 PM

http://www.dailystre...ild-ptc2nd-time

Here is a story about a woman's son who was treated with Accutane for cancer in the nervous system. Do some research next time,it's quite known at this point retinoic acid is used for cancer. Hell, just Google "retinoic acid" and it's right there on the chemocare website.

Sure we have brain damage it is a CHEMO drug , Chemo stands for Chemical Holocaust Either by Murder or Overdose that would be a good description , plus MRI's prove the brain damage done by isotretinoin  just goggle it. CBD oil is the best treatment option we have it is an amazing healing plant with or without THC that is debatable , fasting may also be beneficial although I have done this before 2 weeks and saw little improvement bottom line is that there is permanent damage and we have to live with it .

I find it amusing how people actually believe that. I had a bad experience with the drug too, but you can't blame it for everything wrong with your life. It's NOT chemotherapy, it doesn't matter how many times you and others make that argument. There's an uncanny disparity between isotretinoin treatment and cancer treatment. Making these hypochondriac-like claims may be fun for you but is actually quite harmful to impressionable readers of this forum. Any brain damage you feel you have is likely not from your accutane treatment that I'm sure was several years ago. There's no problem with bashing accutane, it definitely sucks. Just do it in a moral, rational manner. Thanks.