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  1. So about 20 days on accutane i was at the gym and i was deadlifting and i herniated a disk in my lower back. Since then i have had extreme pain in my entire back. When i pick up weights and drop them the pain is excruciating. I had to get off accutane after 2 1/2 months cause the pain was so bad as well as the joint pain when i attempted to take it easy while working out. Every second of my day, i am overwhelmed with pain in my back wether im sitting or standing. Please help me, its been 3 month
  2. I was on accutane the highest dosage being 80mg for quiet some time, 1 year and nearly 6 months yes you heard correct. I have been on the medication it will be 2 months, on the 9th of next month so almost 2 months, I am still in ALOT i mean a fucking LOT of pain, Every second, how ever i sit anything everywhere, The moment i wake up i feel my back like no it's not bad but my body is just that fuc*ed from this drug. Should i NOT do gym? Should i let my body heal before working it? I've been
  3. I found out I have 3 herniated dislocated discs that have impacted my nervous system. I was trying to find out if that can cause acne, but I read some articles that claim that it is acne bacteria that actually cause back pain, not vice versa. Not to say that all back pain is caused by acne bacteria, but that it is one possibility for acne prone individuals and people who have bacterial infections. Apparently, acne bacteria invade spinal discs and can cause infections that are treated with antibi
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