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2009/07/20 22:29:47 (permalink)

Accutane

hi fellas,
 
im thinking of doing Accutane to try and rid myself of sebaceous prominence.
 
has anyone here noticed, while using Accutane, that their sp/fordyce spots have disappeared?
 
i know its a long shot but ive heard that this can get rid of it but dont know where to find out so if anyone has had it and it worked please let me know.
 
i know all about the sides etc but imo its well worth it to have a normal looking little ivan
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    Re:Accutane 2009/07/20 22:49:06 (permalink)
    Hi Mate,

    I took Accutane when I was 18 (26 now) and I can tell you that it will clear up your spots, but at a price.
    It will leave you with scarring (which I suppse is better than spots) but just bear this in mind.

    Doctors hand this ****  way too easily if you ask me, and if I had known more about it when I was younger, I may not have taken it.

    I'm sure you know all the sides anyway, but have you tried tetracyl?
    I still use this now and again if I start to have a flare up. It's ingredient is Lymecyllin, definately worth a try before accutane and many ppl have good success with it.

    Hope this helps man.
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    Re:Accutane 2009/07/20 23:12:34 (permalink)
    Yes, the stuff is perfect.
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    Re:Accutane 2009/08/02 16:58:55 (permalink)
    sebaceous prominence isnt spots its enlarged sebauceous gland on the dick.

    according to my doctor its 'normal' so i thought some people here might have used accutane and notice they didnt have a bumpy cock anymore aswell.


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    Re:Accutane 2009/08/02 17:56:25 (permalink)
    Ahhh..... sorry dude, didn't realise.
    Now I know what you mean though, it is normal... although, I can't say I ever noticed any difference on accutane, and I don't think it would improve it anyway.

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    Re:Accutane 2009/08/02 19:22:28 (permalink)
    yeah i know it is normal-ish but its still not nice when your jewels look like the last turkey in the shop. theres been reports of short term results from accutane though so i think im gonna give it a go, i think the sides are worth it.

    thanks
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    Re:Accutane 2010/03/23 08:16:51 (permalink)
    Ivan, how did you go with this?

    my doctor just prescribed be accutane for Fordyce Spots for the knob!

    i know what you mean, it isnt very appealing, and a lady can confuse it with a STD.

    how did you go?

    can anabolic steriods trigger this?
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