This post is specific to isotretinoin users, I heard about a low vitamin A diet helping with our problems, decided to give it a shot, and I’ve been slowly improving since about a week ago, with no other factors changed in my lifestyle. Does anyone on here have any experience with this diet? (I saw this on reddit r/AccutaneDamage). And does anyone know if there is any science behind it?
What is a low A vit diet? It is almost in everything…
i taked only 6 pills 20mg/day. i dont think i taked high vit a. like only 6 days eat liver
What are your exact symptoms that you think improved? Can you give some details. Also what you eat generally?
Erections improved as well as libido. Penis sensitivity not improved yet, nor the numerous extra veins on my genitals. I typically eat everything I normally do except try and avoid carrots, eggs, peppers, dairy, tomatoes.