Just a short update! My first month of roaccutane is over, and it feels good!
I had to see my derm again yesterday and she told me that I would stay on this low doses. She had good results with this in the past and she thinks the roaccutane is much more bearable if you have a low doses, because the side-effects won't be that bad. I thrust her, so I think it will work out great. She told me that it worked for every single person she gave it to. I can't wait to be done with this
My skin is still the same and I'm very happy about that. I haven't had new infections and my face doesn't really hurt at the moment. Maybe the roa Ãs working already, but I can't believe it. She said that we'll have to wait for a few monts to see how it's working out.
Tomorrow I'll start with my second month of 20 mg/day.
Acne: it's okay (small cysts, redness);
Roa: 30 days, 20 mg/day, total 600 mg;
Side-effects: dry lips, dry and itchy hands, muscular pain.