What is Accutane?
Accutane is highly effective drug against acne issues. Accutane
is usually prescribed by doctors after other drugs have failed.
Can anyone take Accutane?
Accutane (isotretinoin) must not in any circumstances be taken by women who are
pregnant or are trying to get pregnant. The risk is extremely high as it
can cause birth defects. It must not be taken not even in small amount or
even for a short period of time.
Any instructions for taking Accutane?
Usually Accutane should be taken two times during the day with a meal
(in other cases follow the doctor instructions). Take it with a full glass of water, milk
(any non-alcoholic liquid). Don't chew or suck, simply swallow the
When can I see some results from Generic Accutane?
Accutane usually helps acne to clear up within a 12-16 weeks after start of treatment.
Moreover, you should remain free from acne for plenty of time after treatment completion.
It is not recommend to repeat treatment but if a relapse occurs after short time
such is possible. However, it is not advisable to start until after at least 8 weeks after the end of the treatment.
Should I expect some side effects?
It is possible to experience some adverse effects but these tend to be
mild and do not affect everyone. Isotretinoin presents a short half life, which
reduces significantly the intensity of any possible side effects. The
moderate side effects that you might get is possible headache, nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, stomach pains, bloating or sickness.