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its supposed to clear up scarring as well.. so take a trip to your dermatologist and see what he has to say... some people's are different I did Bactrim for a long time and when it stopped working after over a year i finally talked myself into accutane and was the best decision of my life.. the only thing is u have to be careful drinking alcohol when u r on it cuz it can hurt your liver but I did fine :) Good luck!
Hey I was born without a thyroid and always struggled with acne throught my younger twenties even and it seems it got worse with cystic which i believe i got from my grandpa.. i took antibiotics for a while but they stopped being effective so I finally went on Accutane and did the full 5 months course treatment.. the worse things i experienced was dryness especially my lips cracking and at the very end a mild case of depression which went away when I finished the medicine.. my face is super clear now and I barely do anything to maintain..
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