Accutane (Roaccutane) 10mg x 30

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Roaccutane Drug Classification

Pregnancy category: AU: X (High risk)
Protein binding: 99.9%
Metabolism: Liver
AHFS/Drugs.com: Monograph
ATC code: D10AD04 (WHO)
Bioavailability: Variable
Elimination half-life: 10–20 hours

What is Roaccutane?

Roaccutane is a brand name for a medication called isotretinoin, which is a powerful oral retinoid used primarily in the treatment of severe acne. It is derived from vitamin A and works by reducing the production of sebum (the oily substance produced by the skin’s sebaceous glands) and preventing the formation of acne lesions.

Recommended Dosage for Roaccutane

The dosage of Roaccutane varies, typically starting at 0.5mg/kg body weight per day, and can be adjusted up to 1mg/kg/day. The total course usually lasts 16 to 24 weeks, depending on the response and tolerance of the patient.

How Does Roaccutane Work?

Roaccutane works by reducing the amount of oil released by oil glands in your skin, helping your skin renew itself more quickly.

Benefits of Taking Roaccutane

The primary benefit of Roaccutane is its effectiveness in treating severe forms of acne, often leading to long-term remission of acne symptoms.

When should you take Roaccutane?

Roaccutane is prescribed for severe, scarring acne or acne that does not respond to other treatments. It’s important to use it under strict medical supervision.

When Should You Not Take Roaccutane?

Roaccutane should not be taken by pregnant women due to the risk of birth defects. It is also contraindicated in patients with liver disease, high cholesterol or triglyceride levels, and those allergic to any of its components.

What is the Mechanism of Roaccutane:

Roaccutane works by reducing sebum production, inhibiting sebaceous gland function, and reducing skin bacteria, inflammation, and keratinisation.

Uses of Roaccutane 10mg

The primary use is for severe acne. It is also sometimes used off-label for other skin conditions as determined by a dermatologist.

Warnings and Precautions for Roaccutane 10mg

Patients must be aware of the potential for severe birth defects, liver damage, and psychiatric symptoms. Regular monitoring with blood tests is required.

Side Effects of Roaccutane 10mg

Common side effects include dry skin, lips, and eyes, nosebleeds, muscle aches, sensitivity to the sun, and changes in blood lipid levels.

Drug Interactions of Roaccutane

Roaccutane can interact with certain antibiotics, vitamin supplements, and other acne treatments. It’s important to discuss all medications with a healthcare provider.

Storage for Roaccutane 10mg

Store at room temperature, away from moisture, heat, and light.

Where to buy Roaccutane 10mg?

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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Can I drink alcohol while taking Roaccutane?
    – It’s advisable to limit alcohol intake as both can affect liver function.
  2. How long does it take to see results?
    – It can take several weeks to months to see significant improvements.
  3. Can I use other acne treatments while on Roaccutane?
    – Discuss with your dermatologist as combining treatments can increase the risk of side effects.

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