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    Talking 80mgs of Accutane+Benzamycin is the cure for ACNE!!!!

    hey bros and gals,

    im currently in week 4 of 20 im taking accutane at 80mgs a day, an ALREADY it has worked wonders for me my face is smooth as a baby and my huge inflamed cysts are all gone with only minor ones still urking again its only week 4 not even a full month. I recommend accutane for anyone suffering from acne, i only have it on my face and i feel full of cofidence and the ladies are getting easier to get trust me ive tried b5, proactive, murads, cheemical peels, etc. ACCUTANE will get you the results you want to compare let me give you an example: accutane is like testosterone and b5 is like creatine it doesnt give you the big muscles you want but when you go to more potent muscle builders like steorids you get the desired results and thats what accutane does your acne. if you all have any questions pm me. good luck

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustrianOAK14
    hey bros and gals,

    im currently in week 4 of 20 im taking accutane at 80mgs a day, an ALREADY it has worked wonders for me my face is smooth as a baby and my huge inflamed cysts are all gone with only minor ones still urking again its only week 4 not even a full month. I recommend accutane for anyone suffering from acne, i only have it on my face and i feel full of cofidence and the ladies are getting easier to get trust me ive tried b5, proactive, murads, cheemical peels, etc. ACCUTANE will get you the results you want to compare let me give you an example: accutane is like testosterone and b5 is like creatine it doesnt give you the big muscles you want but when you go to more potent muscle builders like steorids you get the desired results and thats what accutane does your acne. if you all have any questions pm me. good luck
    im gunna second that.

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    I'll 3rd that

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    That is a crapload of accutane daily. Make sure you are having bloodwork done once a month. Did your Dr. presrcibe you 80 mg, because that would be a first!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Hypertrophy
    That is a crapload of accutane daily. Make sure you are having bloodwork done once a month. Did your Dr. presrcibe you 80 mg, because that would be a first!!!!
    I agree that 60mg may be high for a first time dose but I know my doctor did it based on weight I'm pretty sure. I started at 40mg, my brother 60mg, and a buddy of mine who was fat was actually on 80mg so that was the impression I was under but for me 40mg worked like a charm. I thought I may need to use it multiple times but once was all I needed and I have never had a problem with facial acne again. Accutane truly was the best thing I have ever used. I would trade in every AAS in the world for accutane. I could live with being a skinny punk over a pizza faced one again.

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    of course bloodwork is a must on accutane, in fact today i got my triglecerine levels checked you hdl, ldl, etc. my doctor said that accutane is not that hard on the liver, its not liver toxic like oral steroids , besides that everything passes through the liver anyway, sheez even aspirin is liver toxic to sum extent if you overload it. i love giving bloodwork and how science can tell how your organs, etc are doing with only a little bit of blood its great i LOVE SCIENCE and ACCUTANE is the answer for acne

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    Your doc told you accutane is not liver toxic? That is completely false.....look around. Why else would you need your liver values checked every month to stay on it and not be able to drink alcohol while on it?

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    Hehe, have you been living under a rock or something for the past few years? Everyone knows that Accutane is the only real cure for acne...

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    Quote Originally Posted by clockworks
    Hehe, have you been living under a rock or something for the past few years? Everyone knows that Accutane is the only real cure for acne...
    no sir just havent taken it for 4 years i forgot how great it is... the only thing is i wanna go back to test deca and maybe sum dianabol you think i will break out again?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustrianOAK14
    no sir just havent taken it for 4 years i forgot how great it is... the only thing is i wanna go back to test deca and maybe sum dianabol you think i will break out again?
    breaking out is what scares me about juicing again. im gunna try a cycle of 4-ad cyp/4-ht cyp injectable for 10 weeks along with 4-mohn for 4 weeks and see how that goes. ill be running it in a 700mg4-ad/200mg 4-ht. as for the 4mohn ill be doing 12mg or 16mg a day.

    the 4-ht reduces dht, and does not aromatise
    the 4-mohn has 0 conversion to estrogen, progesterone, dhn, or dht
    the 4-ad doesnt directly convert into dht either.

    so this should HOPEFULLLY be an acne free cycle. all i gotta worry about is pct.

    ill let everyone know how its going before the ban on these item kicks in

    all in all im paying:
    20 dollars for bottle of 4-mohn
    40 dollars for 10grams of (4-ad cyp)
    21 dollars for 3 grams of 4-ht cyp
    23 dollars for pct 6-oxo and posssibly some left over accutane..... hehehe.

    so a full cycle of what could be extended to 14 weeks worth of gear for about 100 bucks. ill see how it goes.

    acne SUCKS id rather be medium sized with flawless skin than Huge with acne all over. my last cycle i broke out bad. is dht the only cause of acne while on cycle by the way????

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    Quote Originally Posted by marlin444
    breaking out is what scares me about juicing again. im gunna try a cycle of 4-ad cyp/4-ht cyp injectable for 10 weeks along with 4-mohn for 4 weeks and see how that goes. ill be running it in a 700mg4-ad/200mg 4-ht. as for the 4mohn ill be doing 12mg or 16mg a day.

    the 4-ht reduces dht, and does not aromatise
    the 4-mohn has 0 conversion to estrogen, progesterone, dhn, or dht
    the 4-ad doesnt directly convert into dht either.

    so this should HOPEFULLLY be an acne free cycle. all i gotta worry about is pct.

    ill let everyone know how its going before the ban on these item kicks in

    all in all im paying:
    20 dollars for bottle of 4-mohn
    40 dollars for 10grams of (4-ad cyp)
    21 dollars for 3 grams of 4-ht cyp
    23 dollars for pct 6-oxo and posssibly some left over accutane..... hehehe.

    so a full cycle of what could be extended to 14 weeks worth of gear for about 100 bucks. ill see how it goes.

    acne SUCKS id rather be medium sized with flawless skin than Huge with acne all over. my last cycle i broke out bad. is dht the only cause of acne while on cycle by the way????
    what did you take that made you break out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustrianOAK14
    what did you take that made you break out?
    500mg test 300mg deca (12 weeks), 35mg dbol (4 weeks jumpstart), then clomid and nolva pct. did me in baaadly ive never had such a blotchy face. it wasnt the clomid so much it was mostly my actual cycle. if i ever cycle again i might just run a low dose accutane throughout (llike 30-40mg)

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    was it vet gear or human grade gear?

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    Dpharm. i think theres less of a chance of breakout on a UG lab when compared to human grade. if its a reputable, its just as steril as Human grade, and it has less oil. running 600mg of deca a week, and 700 mg test prop, your looking at 120ml of oil (Human grade) floating in your body at the end of 12 weeks, in comparison to 108 cc's (ug lab). that oil cant be great....

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    true point marlin i like the high dose ug gear less oil imo

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    Dunno about yall, but the Accutane is shooting my cholesterol through the roof.

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    whats your hdl levels bro?? and your ldl? i had mine tested while on accutane and my derm said my results are good

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    Is accutane avaliable w/o a script? Anyone know like in Canada? Dunno

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    Quote Originally Posted by as-addicted
    Is accutane avaliable w/o a script? Anyone know like in Canada? Dunno
    it is in mexico bro

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustrianOAK14
    it is in mexico bro
    are you sure? they told me you need a script when i went. i was pretty upset.

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    auntane is so expenseive...its almost $$$700.00 i have insurance but it only pays for half

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    its def very expensive, and the reason is because of all these ****heads sueing. theres a huge panflit about all the side effects. if the risks outweigh the concequences dont bother.

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    If my DR told me it wasnt that hard on the liver i would find another DR. Why do you think blood work is needed every 4 weeks if it wasnt such a potent medicine?

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    cholsestrol, liver enzymes, and something else are the main tests they do.

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    accutane is a great product. however, it is very liver toxic and must be used wisely.
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    Accutane does work wonders - it greatly reduced my breakouts for 16 years after using it (18 - 34)....but it should be used a last resort (due to the serious potential sides). I would recommend trying other treatments first, and if you do take the plung - definitely get the labs tests every 4 weeks.

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    do u guys ever feel like the pressure in ur head is too much? i get that often and my dose for my body weight is underdosed. it gets hard to read and it sometimes gets blury

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    Quote Originally Posted by JJEB2
    do u guys ever feel like the pressure in ur head is too much? i get that often and my dose for my body weight is underdosed. it gets hard to read and it sometimes gets blury
    Are you serious?? Tell your dermatologist!! That is one of the *worst* Accutane side effects...its your brain swelling that causes the blurred vision. Its all in the Accutane pamphlet. The damage caused by brain swelling can be permenant.

    Btw, coming off the juice lowered my cholesterol from 358 to 211.

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    well i will have to lower my dose. i read about this and happens every so often.

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    are you on antibiotics?

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    i heard that accutane was banned cuz of it disfiguring peoples faces cuz it breaks u out real bad in the begining is that true or not thanks

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    it broke me out real bad then cleared me up completely
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    originally posted by Australianoak14
    I recommend accutane for anyone suffering from acne, i only have it on my face and i feel full of cofidence

    Accutane Adverse Side Effects & Dangers

    Under Federal Law, the manufacturer of a drug is required to revise its label to include a warning as soon as there is reasonable evidence of an association of a serious hazard with a drug.

    Pursuant to FDA Rules and Regulation, the reporting of Adverse Side Effects is on a voluntary basis. In other words, the doctor, hospital, or other medical person or facility are not required by law to report an adverse side effect from a drug. The FDA reported that perhaps only one in one hundred side effects ever get reported. One could only imagine about how many serious Adverse Side Effects there are from taking Accutane, that have never been reported to anyone!


    Abnormal menses

    Abnormal wound healing (delayed healing or exuberant granulation tissue with crusting

    Acne fulminans

    Abdominal pain

    Aggression

    Agranulocytosis

    Allergic Reactions

    Allergic vasculitis often with purpura (bruises & red patches)

    Alopecia

    Alternations in blood sugar levels

    Anaphylactic reactions

    Anemia

    Arthralgia

    Arthritis

    Back pain (severe in some cases, especially in children)

    Birth defects

    Bleeding & inflammation of the gums

    Bone abnormalities

    Bone fracture

    Bronchospasms

    Bruising

    Calcification of coronary, pulmonary & mesenteric arteries

    Calcification of ligaments & tendons

    Cardiovascular injuries

    Cheilitis (dry lips)

    Colitis

    Color vision disorder

    Conjunctivitis

    Corneal Opacities

    Decrease in red blood cells

    Decrease in serum high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels

    Decreased night vision (sometimes permanent)

    Decreased Skeletal - Bone mineral density

    Decreased white cell count

    Delayed healing of bone fractures

    Depression

    Dizziness

    Drowsiness

    Dry mouth

    Dry nose

    Dry skin

    Edema

    Elevated CPK levels

    Elevated platelet counts

    Elevated sedimentation

    Elevation of cholesterol

    Elevation of serum triglycerides

    Elevations of liver enzymes

    Elevations of serum cholesterol

    Emotional instability

    Epistaxis

    Eruptive xanthomas

    Esophageal irritation

    Esophageal ulceration

    Esophagitis

    Exacerbation of acne (acne made worse)

    Eyelid inflammation

    Fatal hemorrhagic pancreatitis

    Fatigue

    Fibrosis and inflammation of the myocardium

    Flushing

    Fragility of skin

    Gastrointestinal symptoms (nonspecific)

    Glomerulonephritis

    Hair abnormalities

    Headache

    Hearing impairments

    Hearing loss

    Heart palpitations

    Hepatitis

    Hepatotoxicity

    Hirsutism

    Hyperostosis

    Hyperpigmentation

    Hypertriglyceridemia

    Hyperuricemia

    Hypopigmentation

    Ileitis

    Increased alkaline phosphatase, SGOT, (AST), SGPT (ALT), GGTP OR LDH

    Increased risk of sunburn

    Infections (including disseminated herpes simplex)

    Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Insomnia

    Impotence

    Keratitis

    Lethargy

    Limb injury with physical activity

    Lipids

    Lupus

    Lymphadenopathy

    Malaise

    Microscopic or gross hematuria

    Muscle strain with physical activity

    Nail dystrophy

    Nausea

    Nervousness

    Neutropenia

    Nonspecific urogenital findings

    Optic neuritis

    Osteopenia

    Osteoporosis

    Ovarian cysts

    Painful intercourse

    Pancreatitis

    Papilledema

    Paresthesias

    Paronychia

    Peeling of palms and soles

    Photoallergic - photosensitizing reactions

    Photophobia

    Premature epiphyseal closure

    Proteinuria

    Pruritus

    Pseudotumor Cerebri (benign intracranial hypertension)

    Psychiatric disorders

    Psychosis

    Pyogenic granuloma

    Rash (including facial erythema, seborrhea & eczema)

    Rectal bleeding

    Regional ileitis

    Respiratory infection

    Rhabdomyolysis

    Seizures

    Severe diarrhea

    Severe neutropenia

    Skeletal hyperostosis

    Skeletal hyperostosis

    Stroke

    Suicidal ideations

    Suicide

    Suicide attempts

    Sweating

    Syncope

    Systemic hypersensitivity

    Tachycardia

    Tendonitis

    Thrombocytopenia

    Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)

    Transient chest pain

    Urticaria

    Vascular thrombotic disease

    Vasculitis

    Violent behaviors

    Vision impairment

    Visual disturbances

    Voice alteration

    Vomiting

    Weakness

    Weight loss

    White cells in urine


    Look man if you feel good i suggest keeping it to yourself or at leasts spare adviceing people to take a drug, you apear to know nothing about it or the concequences wat if a bro came back on this board are you going to diagnose the problem they could come back with, with a list of sides like this i very much doubt it...... is 'feeling good' a basis for reccomending a very powerful drug with many sides. There are many other possible cures/remedies to attempt untill considering accutane

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    Quote Originally Posted by AVAGO
    originally posted by Australianoak14



    Accutane Adverse Side Effects & Dangers

    Under Federal Law, the manufacturer of a drug is required to revise its label to include a warning as soon as there is reasonable evidence of an association of a serious hazard with a drug.

    Pursuant to FDA Rules and Regulation, the reporting of Adverse Side Effects is on a voluntary basis. In other words, the doctor, hospital, or other medical person or facility are not required by law to report an adverse side effect from a drug. The FDA reported that perhaps only one in one hundred side effects ever get reported. One could only imagine about how many serious Adverse Side Effects there are from taking Accutane, that have never been reported to anyone!


    Abnormal menses

    Abnormal wound healing (delayed healing or exuberant granulation tissue with crusting

    Acne fulminans

    Abdominal pain

    Aggression

    Agranulocytosis

    Allergic Reactions

    Allergic vasculitis often with purpura (bruises & red patches)

    Alopecia

    Alternations in blood sugar levels

    Anaphylactic reactions

    Anemia

    Arthralgia

    Arthritis

    Back pain (severe in some cases, especially in children)

    Birth defects

    Bleeding & inflammation of the gums

    Bone abnormalities

    Bone fracture

    Bronchospasms

    Bruising

    Calcification of coronary, pulmonary & mesenteric arteries

    Calcification of ligaments & tendons

    Cardiovascular injuries

    Cheilitis (dry lips)

    Colitis

    Color vision disorder

    Conjunctivitis

    Corneal Opacities

    Decrease in red blood cells

    Decrease in serum high-density lipoprotein (HDL) levels

    Decreased night vision (sometimes permanent)

    Decreased Skeletal - Bone mineral density

    Decreased white cell count

    Delayed healing of bone fractures

    Depression

    Dizziness

    Drowsiness

    Dry mouth

    Dry nose

    Dry skin

    Edema

    Elevated CPK levels

    Elevated platelet counts

    Elevated sedimentation

    Elevation of cholesterol

    Elevation of serum triglycerides

    Elevations of liver enzymes

    Elevations of serum cholesterol

    Emotional instability

    Epistaxis

    Eruptive xanthomas

    Esophageal irritation

    Esophageal ulceration

    Esophagitis

    Exacerbation of acne (acne made worse)

    Eyelid inflammation

    Fatal hemorrhagic pancreatitis

    Fatigue

    Fibrosis and inflammation of the myocardium

    Flushing

    Fragility of skin

    Gastrointestinal symptoms (nonspecific)

    Glomerulonephritis

    Hair abnormalities

    Headache

    Hearing impairments

    Hearing loss

    Heart palpitations

    Hepatitis

    Hepatotoxicity

    Hirsutism

    Hyperostosis

    Hyperpigmentation

    Hypertriglyceridemia

    Hyperuricemia

    Hypopigmentation

    Ileitis

    Increased alkaline phosphatase, SGOT, (AST), SGPT (ALT), GGTP OR LDH

    Increased risk of sunburn

    Infections (including disseminated herpes simplex)

    Inflammatory Bowel Disease

    Insomnia

    Impotence

    Keratitis

    Lethargy

    Limb injury with physical activity

    Lipids

    Lupus

    Lymphadenopathy

    Malaise

    Microscopic or gross hematuria

    Muscle strain with physical activity

    Nail dystrophy

    Nausea

    Nervousness

    Neutropenia

    Nonspecific urogenital findings

    Optic neuritis

    Osteopenia

    Osteoporosis

    Ovarian cysts

    Painful intercourse

    Pancreatitis

    Papilledema

    Paresthesias

    Paronychia

    Peeling of palms and soles

    Photoallergic - photosensitizing reactions

    Photophobia

    Premature epiphyseal closure

    Proteinuria

    Pruritus

    Pseudotumor Cerebri (benign intracranial hypertension)

    Psychiatric disorders

    Psychosis

    Pyogenic granuloma

    Rash (including facial erythema, seborrhea & eczema)

    Rectal bleeding

    Regional ileitis

    Respiratory infection

    Rhabdomyolysis

    Seizures

    Severe diarrhea

    Severe neutropenia

    Skeletal hyperostosis

    Skeletal hyperostosis

    Stroke

    Suicidal ideations

    Suicide

    Suicide attempts

    Sweating

    Syncope

    Systemic hypersensitivity

    Tachycardia

    Tendonitis

    Thrombocytopenia

    Tinnitus (ringing in the ears)

    Transient chest pain

    Urticaria

    Vascular thrombotic disease

    Vasculitis

    Violent behaviors

    Vision impairment

    Visual disturbances

    Voice alteration

    Vomiting

    Weakness

    Weight loss

    White cells in urine


    Look man if you feel good i suggest keeping it to yourself or at leasts spare adviceing people to take a drug, you apear to know nothing about it or the concequences wat if a bro came back on this board are you going to diagnose the problem they could come back with, with a list of sides like this i very much doubt it...... is 'feeling good' a basis for reccomending a very powerful drug with many sides. There are many other possible cures/remedies to attempt untill considering accutane

    Oh weve got a TOUGH GUY on the board...Listen bro Im stating my personal opinion on Accutane no doubt its a potent drug but with all the sides you listed i only saw 3-5 that ive experienced through 2 treatments on the drug. the FDA blows up the drug because of all the suicide deaths from accutane, so they can ban it(like theyve done with anabolic steroids ). Listen Im saying i feel good while on it because FOR ME(AO14) it works the best and by talking to my dermatologist he agrees its the BEST treatment for acne! Like ive siad before accutane is like steroids in a way, bc it gives you dramatic results. creams, lotions, chemical peels, etc. are like creatine in comparison to steroids and will only give you noticeable results if any. Accutane really hits the sebaceous glands and stops them from producing oil, which intern leads to clear skin. Look at my educational post in the ar spa on Accutane it should keep you quiet! Also Most of the people on the posts have tried everything for acne and nothing has worked for them thats y i recommend accutane, the one million sides youve listed are dramatic(at least some are) and dont get me wrong there all possible, but The Food & Drug Admin. just wants more money from Roche Labs. ALso, not a burn to you but dont say that i dont know "NOTHING" i dont flame you son. Best of luck to guys on this board

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    Happy for you bro. Been fighting acne for 2 years. Finnally getting better. ISO some tane myself. If anyone can shoot me a PM I'd appreciate it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by AustrianOAK14
    Oh weve got a TOUGH GUY on the board...Listen bro Im stating my personal opinion on Accutane no doubt its a potent drug but with all the sides you listed i only saw 3-5 that ive experienced through 2 treatments on the drug. the FDA blows up the drug because of all the suicide deaths from accutane, so they can ban it(like theyve done with anabolic steroids). Listen Im saying i feel good while on it because FOR ME(AO14) it works the best and by talking to my dermatologist he agrees its the BEST treatment for acne! Like ive siad before accutane is like steroids in a way, bc it gives you dramatic results. creams, lotions, chemical peels, etc. are like creatine in comparison to steroids and will only give you noticeable results if any. Accutane really hits the sebaceous glands and stops them from producing oil, which intern leads to clear skin. Look at my educational post in the ar spa on Accutane it should keep you quiet! Also Most of the people on the posts have tried everything for acne and nothing has worked for them thats y i recommend accutane, the one million sides youve listed are dramatic(at least some are) and dont get me wrong there all possible, but The Food & Drug Admin. just wants more money from Roche Labs. ALso, not a burn to you but dont say that i dont know "NOTHING" i dont flame you son. Best of luck to guys on this board


    Agreed it did come accross sh*tty one of my first posts, my apologys oak. I know MD's and PHD's and they would never advocate the use in such a way. There are some people who take things at face value and could endanger themselvs for the sake of a few pimples. Just trying to avoid any such implifications.

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