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SyncLapse

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About SyncLapse

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  • Birthday November 25

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  1. Funny story. 2 months ago, I went to a derma, he made me do a blood test then gave me a 2 month supply of accutane for about $60 if I convert to USD. I came back for more accutane after 40 days, he told me to do ANOTHER blood test and wait another week. Hell nah do I got time for that, I'm too busy. So what I did was go to a local pharmacy, apparently they don't *need* a prescription, he just gave me another month supply for $30. I'm living in Saudi Arabia, they aren't so strict on getting
  2. I'm sorry if this sounds rude, but your acne is not ''major'' at all. It can easily be cured using simple treatments such as benzoyl peroxide or differen along with a moisturizer. Nothing special really.
  3. Wow, you use quite a lot of products
  4. Dosage seems to be very low for you. Either increase it or bear this acne for a little longer. Lower dosages tend to take a little longer (even though it is recommended) If you consult your dermatologist, I'm sure he/she has a lot of options for you since your situation isn't improving much. Good luck!
  5. That's very odd, majority of people who take accutane get about 80% or more of their acne gone within the 3rd-4th month.
  6. Amazing, your marks seem to be fading away if you compare it from the beginning. How many days has it been? and how much mg are you taking per day?
  7. I'm not sure what the average price of a monthly dosage is, but I bought a 2 months supply of accutane (30mg per day) for about $93 USD if I convert it...
  8. I had to schedule and wait 2-weeks for an appointment with a dermatologist. After that waiting, all he did was RECOMMEND what dosage of accutane I should get, and I could just walk in to any pharmacy and pick up any dosage of accutane. No prescriptions at all. I think this is great, I no longer have to worry about an appointment. Is this normal in other countries for you guys? BTW- I am living in Qatar.
  9. Hey! Keep us updated! My acne was almost as bad as yours a few weeks ago. I've been on accutane for the past month and it's healing. Your marks will definitely heal, stay consistent!
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