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Hector12345

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  1. Hola Hector, mi nombre es Diego, soy de Perú tengo 24 años. Quiero comunicarme contigo ya que quiero hacerte algunas preguntas sobre el regimen de isotretinoina en microdosis 20mg x semana. Si pudieras por favor brindarme algún contacto para poder conversar. Esta enfermedad del acne realmente me afecta mucho y veo que tú usas la isotretinoina como tratamiento de manera efectiva.

    Muchas gracias.

     

    1. Hello! I´m experiencing this! I started with accutane on Jan 2014 and then after two months I noticed some bumps in my butt. The rest of my body did clear up but now the problem now is on my buttocks! I´ve been on antibiotics and creams after that but it seems that they are not working! Right now I have one boil . They appear every 3 weeks or so. I had them during my last accutane treatment (Been on accutane like 3 times but this is the first time with butt problems) Please share your experie
    2. Thank you for you recommendation. I sit a lot. I was using synthetic fiber as well. I´m changing that. I also went to the doctor and he thinks it´s a bacterial folliculitis. He gave me an oral Antibiotic(CIPRONOR) and some topical wash (Alibour water). He told me is very common in people who go to gyms. I hope to get better. those pimples hurt my self value. :( Héctor
    3. Hello everyone! Thank you for sharing your experiences. The things you guys wrote years ago are helping a lot of people. It's 2014 and I'm very very sad because of the same problem: I'm taking Accutane(3rd month) and i´m getting butt "acne". Please can you help me? Did you remember the name of the medication your doctor gave you? Héctor.
    4. Hello. I´m Héctor and I´m expereriencing the same problems. I would like to know if you found the "cure". I´m on accutane. Thank you very much. Héctor F
    5. Hello. I´m hector and I had the worst acne I´ve ever seen live (Sorry for my bad english i hope you understand what I mean). I will tell you my isotretinoin story, I´ve been taking that for a long time!: 1st time: Legal low dose (2002 - I was 17yo) 20 mg daily for 4 months. Initial break out around the first month. Cleared around the 3rd month. The doctor decided to stop the medication after 4 months. Acne came back after 6 months of retiring the isotretinoin but it was less intense, es
    6. It seems like vitamin D3 works like isotretinoin when it comes to 1) the time that It takes in order to start noticing changes 2) the Initial breakout 3) sebum reduction .... I will try this approach!
    7. I´m Héctor 28 years old Latin American Dark skin Previous regimens: After trying everything, ​I went trough two previous regular isotretinoin treatments (4 months taking 20 mg daily) but acne came back after 4 - 5 months. My actual regimen: Isotretinoin 20 mg per week. (one pill) ... I´ve been doing that for about 2 years. (Without prescription) Side effects: dry lips but not chopped, less oil on my skin. Sometimes I feel a pain in my lower back... but a lot of my peers do.. so idk if isot
    8. Hello. Im Héctor and I´m have been on this regimen for about 2 years. Looking forward to read more posts from you!
    9. Hi all! I tell you how it goes with my treatment: I have been taking one tablet of 20mg per week (4 months). Then there were weeks when I forgot to take it, so I was taking three 20mg pills a month. (5 months). I am currently planning to reduce the dose to only 20mg a pill every two weeks. I'm a little worried about my future health, so I want to reduce the dose to the minimum possible. Two pills a month seems like a good option for the long term. At this time, my skin seems to have the right
    10. Please guys, stop suffering... im gonna share with you a secret... the acne cure... just google: Long term micro dose Isotretinoin.... do a lot of research... be aware of the risks(especially for women)... get the pills ... take em and enjoy life. theres a lot of info out there. look at this: Low Dose, High Rates of Success Ultra-low dose isotretinoin is all many acne patients need San Francisco - Low and ultra-low doses of isotretinoin are an effective therapy for many acne pa
    11. Low Dose, High Rates of Success Ultra-low dose isotretinoin is all many acne patients need San Francisco - Low and ultra-low doses of isotretinoin are an effective therapy for many acne patients. This safer and cheaper solution can even be used continuously. Gerd Plewig, M.D., believes that the doses of isotretinoin typically used in the United States and Europe are far too high. For many patients, as little as 2.5 mg twice a week, which he describes as "a drop of rain on a dusty road"
    12. Please guys, stop suffering... im gonna share with you a secret... the acne cure... just google: Long term micro dose Isotretinoin.... do a lot of research... be aware of the risks(especially for women)... get the pills ... take em and enjoy life. theres a lot of info out there. look at this: Low Dose, High Rates of Success Ultra-low dose isotretinoin is all many acne patients need San Francisco - Low and ultra-low doses of isotretinoin are an effective therapy for many ac
    13. Montecristo: Nice to know that you are taking a safer dose.... Wicki: I think it took about a month and a half until i notice that my skin was less oily... before that, my acne actually got worse... but that indicates that the pills are working... just like with the regular dose.. then my acne slowly start to desapear... now its almost 95% gone... its not a problem anymore... Josie8888: I didnt experienced any hair loss... i`ve taken isotretinoin 3 times, 20 mg per day for four months
    14. well... im taking one 20mg pill per week... im on my second month and i have no acne now... my skin is less oily... my life has changed! ... someone told me that even with one 20mg per month your acne can be reduced.
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