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  1. Do as much research as possible. I took Accutane in my 20's, that was over 30 years ago. Two years ago I was diagnosed with gluten intolerance, my doctor said I have celiac disease though I have not been tested for the gene. I am also dairy intolerant and allergic to soy. Now I just discovered there is a connection between Accutane use and IBS. I would think twice before putting my daughter on this dangerous drug (for many reasons). I definitely would not put her on it if she has Celiac Disease. Research this, there are many stories online about horrible damage to bowels due to this drug. If you haven't already done so, try removing dairy from your daughter's diet, my skin improved greatly without ANY dairy, this includes yogurt and butter. Good luck to you and your daughters.