Since i was 19, i started going downhill stress-wise. I didnt stress more, i just seemed more affected by it. I started taking roaccutane to deal with acne, I think i was on it between 6 months and a year and i really started struggling, i remember water from the bubbler at work started to aggravate my system. What i know now is that roaccutane is a massive dose of vitamin a, which becomes toxic at large amounts. What I don't know is how to deal with it. As my body seems quite dry, dry eyes, ezcema, dandruff, dry throat, all that stuff - taking something like fish oil would make sense, right? I had a friend with CFS at the time who had also taken roaccutane and i've read a fair bit on the internet about how it is linked with depression and chronic fatigue. Just not how to deal with it or overcome it. Will vitamin a stay stored in the liver for years to come, should i be taking something to process it out of my liver or are my effects due to low seratonin, also linked to roaccutane. I seem to be very sensitive to vitamin a. If anyone knows anything about the effects of vitamin a on the body, or more specifically, what should be done after massive doses have been taken, i'd be quite interested to hear about it.