Accutane Isotretinoin

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Stuart Kneen Says:


Hi everyone, I am Stuart Kneen, I have a cousin who is 21 this year. Nice to meet all of you. But can I ask you guys a question? she has just started taking Accutane (Isotretinoin) for about 5 days now. But is it normal to have a breakout once you take the Accutane? she had a bad breakout once she started taking the medicine. Full of pustules.. Will it go away?



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This is such a dangerous drug , the side effects last for years afterwards . I would stop now , hindsight is a wonderful gift to be able to give someone . Depression and anxiety stuffs up your life much more than acne ever would , trust me , I know . Please advise her to come off this awful drug !

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