Is it possible to be done with accutane in 4 months?
I have just talked with a dermatologist and I asked how long he want me to go on accutane.
He said he wanted me to go on accutane for 6 months. BUT - I told him that I would like to be done in 4 months. (because there is something happening in my life after 5 months which makes me not able to still be on accutane)
He said it would be no problem, but I need a higher dose.
Is it possible to be done in 4 months - without having the acne back?
My current weight is 86.4 and i'm 1.93 tall
It's always possible to stop accutane after 4 months, but if you don't complete the full cycle, it won't be fully effective. I recommend staying on accutane for the whole 6 months if you can. Please note in mind that it's only during the last 2 months that you will see the most progress:)
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