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  1. I don't think that's the case, Ash, given that I seem to be getting more pimples over time. Does anyone else have a good reason why I shouldn't start my second course tonight? Cast your vote.
  2. Just like the title says. I'm trying to decide whether I should start another low-dose course. I finished my first 6-month course a little over a month ago but now I'm starting to break out again. The pimples are very small, but the number of them only seems to be increasing with time. I think I might start again tonight since I have plenty of 'tane left. Do you think I should wait?
  3. Anyone I've ever known who was circumcised in adulthood (and I know a few) has regretted it completely. You will be removing half the nerves in the most sensitive part of your penis, and the rest of area will dry out and harden. It's just not the same as having been circumcised your whole life; men who have this done as infants have no conception of the difference, and for this reason have no idea what they're missing. There are a lot of women who think uncircumcised penises are gross or unhygi
  4. If your face isn't already very oily, you can put on some jojoba oil before your visit. It looks just like natural sebum.
  5. No, that's not high. I'm the same weight and my doctor prescribed the same amount. Just be thankful your derm isn't a complete pussy who doesn't trust science. A lot of people haven't our luck, so they get stuck with lower doses which are FAR more likely to result in a relapse. Read the studies. Take all your medicine.
  6. Here are some prices I was quoted from Canada and the U.S. http://www.acne.org/messageboard/index.php...=142086&hl= I went with the cheapest liquid isotretinoin. Yes, this requires some balls.
  7. Canadian pharmacy wouldn't fill my order even though they said they would when I asked before I ordered. Screw them. I'm going with the liquid isotretinoin. I took my first dose this morning, and I think it's already working.
  8. I just ordered $430 worth (200 [email protected]) from the Canadian site. This will last more than 2.5 months. For the rest, I think I'm going to order liquid isotretinoin from another site when it's back in stock. I believe I calculated that to run $1.71/40mg dose. Now that's cheap.
  9. It's only going to be 2 1/2 weeks for me from first call to the derm's office to starting the 'tane. If I were a woman, I'd probably just order my prescription online.
  10. Canadian pharmacy site = 200 [email protected] = $430 = $2.15/dose US pharmacy site = 90 [email protected] = 45 [email protected] = $159 = $3.53/dose Walmart - 10 [email protected] = $59.72 = $6/dose CVS - 60 [email protected] = $586 = $9.76/dose I'm not sure I'll be able to order 200 pills at once though, because you're only supposed to a month's worth at a time here. If I have to order less at once, it'll still be ~$2.30 dose, I think. The 20mg pills were way more expensive at the local places.
  11. I got my prescription, and now I'm price shopping. Please do not post links to any sites, PM them to me. I'm going to have 80mg/day. The best price I found in 10 minutes of looking was at a place in Canada that had 200x40mg for $429.90. This will last me more than 2 1/2 months out of my 5 month program. I'm not sure what effect if any this will have with the iPledge program, although I'm a male, so I don't think I have to worry much about it. My doctor did sign me up, of course, but they said
  12. There have got to be some Long Islanders here.
  13. A few thousand to rid myself of acne is a drop in the bucket. I probably waste ten times that in the form of time just fretting over my skin. How often do I have get blood work done? I'm assuming it's going to be a few times @ 250-300 each. Alex007, Here we enjoy the luxury of not being forced at gun-point to subsidize the health care of others. And we can even decide, all-grown-up-like, not to buy it for ourselves if we don't want it. I wish I could say the same about education. When I do b
  14. I cook almost everything with coconut oil.