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Switch From Generic Accutane To Roaccutane Has Caused Lots More Dryness?

Hey guys, I've been buying accutane legitimately online for the last year. I have been using low dosages, started out at 10 mg a day, then ramped up to 20 mg/day. Now I have been on about 40 mg a day for the last 3 months trying to finish my cumulative dosage. 40mg/ a day is only a bit over 0.5 mg/ per kg for me.

Anyways, I have been buying generic accutane, my lips got a little dry, but nothing serious, but my skin cleared up very nicely. Roche roaccutane however has made my lips about 5x dryer and my eyes dry aswell. Is this likely? Or is this just a result of long term usage? Or was the generic stuff less effective?? or maybe even fake?

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