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  1. I find it cheaper by a few dollars on Amazon.com for Canada
  2. I appreciate your reply, @oli girl. I'm currently taking vitamin D3 and fish oil. I've tried Magnesium, but it only made me nauseous. What would b12 be good for in my case?
  3. Bump #2 I put an update up top of my original post.
  4. Use a boxcutter or exacto type knife and cut across to open the top. Just use your clean fingers to get the remainder of the stuff out. Use scissors to cut around to make the bottles smaller and smaller as you need to. Use some sort of plastic and rubber band to cover the top so it doesn't dry out. That's my method and no drop goes wasted. Once I do that I can keep using it for another half a month or so.
  5. I've been feeling a discomfort in my lower rectal area. Feels slightly inflamed and very uncomfortable when I sit or walk for an extended period of time... thanks to this "miracle" drug. I can't wait for it to go away, because it's driving me crazy.
  6. I would suggest you try The Regimen from this website. It's been a miracle for me since after stopping Accutane. Accutane wasn't the cure all for me, but with topicals from The Regimen I'm now 100% clear 100% of the time. I actually wish I never took Accutane, since it's done more bad than good.
  7. If you're clear just after one month of Accutane use, hop on The Regimen and upkeep your clear skin with topicals. I was in the same boat as you 3 months ago. Took my second round of Accutane for just 1.5 months and had to stop due to severe side-effects, so I've just been doing The Regimen and I'm now 100% clear, and now I wish I never even took Accutane.
  8. Mild acne you say? The Regimen from this website will work better than anything your dermatologist will prescribe. How I know? Years of experience with mild acne and tons of visits to useless dermatologists and spending too much money on useless crap they prescribe.
  9. To answer your questions: 1. We don't have the iPledge program. You just sign something with your derm and that's it. 2. For the first course of Accutane I needed blood tests done every month. Second, every 3 months. 3. Pills are around $60 for 1 month supply of 40mg each. 4. You can't go to a derm unless your family doctor or walk-in clinic doctor refers you to one. (For free) In Canada we have free healthcare, but drugs are not covered unless you have insurance for that, so drugs
  10. From what I understood you doubled your intake dose, and were taking it for 1 year and 8 months... with that said, that's an overkill and an overdose of this harmful drug. What was your prescribed dosage and what were you actually taking in mg?
  11. What came to my mind is difference in sun exposure, and Vitamin D3 intake. From personal experience, taking D3 didn't do anything too noticeble, but for my mom, it completely stopped her hormonal breakouts on her chest. It just dried them up completely within days. Someone on these boards posted how that's the one thing that completely cleared him up. Most of us are D3 deficient anyways, and it's super cheap, so I don't think it would hurt to try it out. Let us know if you decide to try it a
  12. Have you tried The Regimen? I'd only consider Accutane if The Regimen doesn't work for you.
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