Accutane (Isotretinoin) is a retinoid medication against acne. It is prescribed when other therapy did not help. This medicine is extremely powerful, use it directly as prescribed.
The action of Accutane is the following: it reduces skin oil production.
Take Accutane at the same time every day, regularly, with a whole glass of water. Do not chew the capsules.
Store Accutane away from heat, direct light and moisture at about 25 degrees C.
Accutane Safety information
Do not use Accutane if you are pregnant, breastfeeding, allergic to any of its components, have big sport activities.
Do not take Accutane unless it is prescribed to you.
Do not drink alcohol while taking this medicine. Do not stop treatment if your acne is getting worse. It will soon pass and become better.
It is nor recommende to do waxing, dermabrasion, or laser procedures, while you are taking Cheap Accutane and for at least 6 months after you stop. Accutane can increase your chance of scarring from these procedures.
Keep Accutane out of reach of children and pets.
Accutane Side effects
Such side effects mustn’t be the cause of stopping treatment if they are not bothersome: abnormal hair growth; abnormal skin sensations; bleeding and redness or swelling of the gums; changes in menstrual flow; chapped lips; decreased tolerance to contact lenses; dizziness; dry eyes and mouth; dry nose that may lead to nosebleeds; dry or peeling skin; fatigue; flushing; general body discomfort; hair thinning; headache; itching; lack of energy; nervousness; respiratory tract infection; sleeplessness; sweating; temporary worsening of acne; voice changes.
Anyway, tell your doctor if you experienced one of the listed above.
Urgently contact your doctor if you experienced the following dangerous side effects:
severe allergic reactions, bizarre, aggressive, or violent behavior; bowel pain; chest pain or pounding in the chest; dark urine; depression; difficult or painful swallowing; difficulty moving; excessive thirst or urination; fainting; fast heartbeat; fever; fractured or weak bones; hearing problems or ringing in the ears; increased pressure in the brain (pressure in the eye; nausea; vision changes; vomiting); joint or back pain; leg swelling; muscle weakness with or without pain; nausea; new or worsening heartburn; rectal bleeding; red patches or bruises on the legs; shortness of breath; seizures; severe birth defects; severe diarrhea; severe headache; skin infection; slurred speech; stomach pain or tenderness; stroke; sun sensitivity; swelling of the pancreas (fever; increased heartbeat; nausea; stomach tenderness; vomiting); swollen glands; thoughts of suicide; vision changes; vomiting; weakness; yellowing of the skin or eyes.