What is Accutane?
Accutane is an anti-cancer, chemotherapy drug sometimes given to people for the treatment of acne.  The drug is also known as RoAccutane, Claravis, Sotret, Myorisan, Amnesteem, Absorica, or Isotretinoin.
What is Accutane Recovery?
Perhaps one of the most important steps to getting better is simply to be aware that Accutane is chemotherapy. If you have taken Accutane, then you have been given chemotherapy. The questions are: how much damage, and what kinds, have been done to the body? Those are not easy questions to answer. That’s why this course takes a broad approach that attempts to cover all the bases.
We will get into detail about the different kinds of damage; however, let’s first look at what is generally required to heal from a chemotherapy treatment. A Senior Data Analyst of patient outcomes at a nationally recognized bone marrow transplant program had this to say about the recovery process:
The patients who do the best are the ones who take charge of their health. They don’t accept the limitations of their condition. Some people have it within themselves to take on that journey, that assignment, because left to traditional medicine they are stuck with the consequences.
But if they look beyond, they discover ways that they can heal themselves. Nobody tells them what to do. For instance, if their immune system doesn’t recover, the doctors don’t do anything about that. The doctors treat the resulting infections but not the root cause.
I’ve heard patients say, “If I didn’t do this myself I wouldn’t have gotten better. It’s not within the tool set of Western medicine.”
As Accutane survivors, we are not dealing with cancer, but we are dealing with the effects of chemotherapy. As the author of this course, and someone who has experienced an extreme, worst case scenario with Accutane, I may be able to help you determine where you are on the spectrum of Accutane damage: physically, emotionally, mentally, and even spiritually.
Focusing on Root Causes
This holistic, 12 to 18 month course is carefully designed to help you recover your health after having taken Accutane, also known as RoAccutane, Claravis, Sotret, Myorisan, Amnesteem, Absorica, as well as the chemical name 13-cis-Retinoic Acid (Isotretinoin). The course embodies 20 years of personal research and has been created to help people who are struggling with long term side effects. The course may also be taken by those who have taken Accutane more recently and are interested in mitigating potential side effects.
With more than 50 lessons, each a potentially critical recovery step, this is the course I wish I’d had 30 years ago after having taken Accutane. It would’ve saved my life. Instead, my health gradually and consistently deteriorated over three decades as I grappled with an unknown, invisible condition. The hard truth is that teenagers and young adults have been, and are being, given a form of chemotherapy and left to suffer the long-term side effects without knowing what happened to them.
This course is appropriate both for general recovery from Accutane, as well as for those who specifically want to focus on recovering their libido. The lessons purposefully take you through recovery steps that build as you go, with a focus on feeling better as quickly as possible. Later lessons take advantage of physiological foundations created by the initial healing steps.
Note: part of the cost of this course is used for continued research, outreach, and education of those negatively impacted by accutane.
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