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  1. I feel like I have a decision to make regarding my health and my acne, and I am divided as to what to do. i am a 22 year old female who has been on Accutane a long time ago: 8 years ago. I started my course when I was about to turn fifteen and I think I was on it for 5 or 6 months. Started at 40 and got ramped up. My acne went away but, alas, slowly crept back around the two year mark. I've managed to keep my acne mild, I use epiduo and am on a birth control that doesn't worsen my acne,
  2. Maybe I'm just getting old. Maybe it's the Accutane. It hurts so much in my knees and ankles and feet to walk after I've been sitting down for 30 mins or longer. I'm fine if I'm up on my feet throughout the day, walking around. It's only after I've been sitting watching tv or reading a book on the couch that my knees almost collapse underneath me when I get up. It's only started happening since the beginning of the year which is the same time I started the Accutane. Anyone else feel li
  3. Skin Problems - Acne Foods that Cause Acne Beans Kidney beans Berries Strawberries, blueberries, blackberries and red raspberries; inflammation over days Chocolate Whiteheads, one to two days Citrus Inflammation, very fast, pineapple especially, within two hours Lemon oil Found in jams and jellies, an
  4. Interesting article discussing Borax and it's many health benefits when added to water and consumed throughout the day. The key factor here being Boron. Covers a whole host of health issues that can be improved by simply adding an 1/8-1/4 of a teaspoon of Borax to a liter of water and consuming throughout the day. I've been using for the past week, mainly for de-fluoridation, but for the other benefits as well. We shall see how it goes... http://www.health-sc...t.com/borax.htm Also here's a
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