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Thread: My way with Isotretynoin / experiences from the battlefield

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    It could be it that Isotretoin biuld up to much and now after 4 weeks i see its worse side. I start now to split one 10mg capsule into 6 days. I will wait next 2 weeks and see if the Rosacea is better.

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    After a very bad last week i start to see the light in the tunnel again.
    Since Tuesday (3 days now) my skin condition only gets better.

    6 days ago I have changed my Isotretynoin intake to 10mg per 6 days. Divided to 3.3mg every second day.
    But I also throw away some of the foods I eat that time, like tomatoes, potatoes, buns, so i cannot be 100%
    sure this is only medicine doing. It could also be weather influence which I will check this weekend, the conditions should be the same, cold wind and low temp.

    I will walk for couple ours and see if the results will be as bad as the last time.

    Will stay on this regime, this and next week. If everything will go well I will start to introduce some of this food
    back to menu and see how the body reacts.

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