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sasquire

Member Since 16 Jun 2013
Offline Last Active Aug 07 2013 11:55 PM

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In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

16 July 2013 - 10:22 PM

At least accutane keeps us calm :)

So calm.

 

Stabs random chicken.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

10 July 2013 - 09:16 PM

If they're leaning to neuropathy, I'd be hunting for my closest hyperbaric chamber. Would probably help with alot of the other side effects as well.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

09 July 2013 - 07:18 PM

Finding it fascinating as each person tries different things and seeing the responses. 

Does it also mean that retinol would be good during a detox phase (eg in getting any accutane moving, ready for flushing)? 


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

07 July 2013 - 03:07 AM

Yeah, me experience with Doctors when I mention Accutane has been outright hostile. 

I also hate the experience of trying some new drug, only finding it's benefits fizzle out or never work at all.

 

In fact, the only thing that continues to work with me is Craze (Pre-workout supplement/stimulant for the gym).

Daaaaaamn that stuff makes me feel good. It's only meant to give you a small boost in mental focus to get more sets done but makes me feel like the Hulk. Surely not good for an already stressed adrenal gland, but if you stick to the recommended dosage and cycle off it when needed, I look forward too my next scoop like Christmas (works best when you push your body... eg exercise).

 

It really showed me what being awake means and returned that sense of 'drive' that I hadn't felt since my early teens. Only temporary for half a day but it was one of those wake up calls on my journey to discovering my problems. I'm meant to feel that good all the time. Naturally. Normally.


In Topic: Repairing the long-term damage from Accutane

05 July 2013 - 05:39 AM

Appreciate you going to the effort of posting that info.

I've found UDCA has helped a little, but not as much as I was hoping. However, it has assisted in my digestion and certainly with metabolising fat soluble vitamins etc. I plan to cycle on it. Still, for most, it takes greater than two weeks for it to really show it's worth so I'll go for a month or two and report back. Personally, I'd like my body to be creating it's own bile and would like to hope UDCA can be used like a "jump start". Will see what happens.

 

The biggest thing that has helped me recently is in fact Vitamin D. I'm having a large 10000IU a day (I'm a big boy :D), and have found I can finally digest Vitamin B properly so long as I'm having the vitamin D. Go figure. My psoriasis has cleared up better than it's been in years and feeling a nice mental boost on the Bs and Ds.

 

Also, has anyone had any benefits for racetams to deal with brain fog/mental drag? Noopept seems to be popular at the moment and could be very promising in dealing with our mental tennis matches etc (might even ease the tension in these forums :D).

 

Possibly posted before... http://suicide.org/n...e-accutane.html ... the last bit about brain scans was interesting. It shows how accutane changes our brains. And here we are, preparing for a zombie apocalypse when something is already attacking our brains.