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ROACCUTANE 20 MG 30 cap.

Roaccutane is used to treat acne. Roaccutane belongs to a group of medicines called retinoids. Retinoids are similar to vitamin A in that they unclog pores. There are different types of medicines used to treat acne. Roaccutane is used in more serious cases. However, your doctor may have prescribed Roaccutane for another purpose. Talk to your doctor if you have any questions about why Roaccutane was prescribed. This medicine is not available without a prescription. Roaccutane is not addictive. 

Side effects 

Roaccutane helps most people with acne, but some may have unwanted side effects. All medicines have side effects. Sometimes they mean business, but most of the time they don't. If you experience some side effects, you may need to see a doctor. Don't be surprised at this list of possible side effects. You cannot experience any of them.  Ask your doctor or pharmacist to answer all your questions. Tell your doctor if you notice any of the following and they worry you: 

  • Dryness of the lips, mouth, nose and skin (a moisturiser or petroleum jelly can be used to soften the lining of the nose, lips and the skin areas not affected by the acne)
  • Fragile skin 
  • Change in colour of the skin 
  • Peeling palms of the hands and soles of the feet 
  • Itchy skin rash 
  • An increased susceptibility to sunburn 
  • Flaring of acne (usually at the start of treatment) 
  • Sweating 
  • Changes to the nails 
  • Eye problems such as dry, sore, swollen or itchy eyes, discharge or trouble seeing at night 
  • Sexual dysfunction including impaired sexual function in males, decreased libido and gynaecomastia 
  • Nosebleeds 
  • Tenderness or stiffness in your bones, joints or muscles 
  • Tiredness 
  • Headache 
  • Hair loss (sometimes occurs and is usually temporary but in rare cases has persisted) 
  • Excessive hairiness 
  • Hoarseness 

These side effects are usually mild and dose related. Most of them disappear completely in a few days to a few weeks after the dose of Roaccutane is lowered or stopped.  Tell your doctor immediately if you experience any of the following: 

  • Nausea 
  • Vomiting 
  • Persistent headache 
  • Blurred vision or visual disturbances 
  • Changes in your hearing or ringing in your ears 
  • Severe upper stomach pain 
  • Unexpected muscle pain, tenderness or weakness 
  • Blood in stools or severe diarrhoea 
  • Severe bruising 
  • Sudden red, often itchy spots, similar to the rash of measles starting on the face, hands or feet. The spots may blister or change to flat round raised, red, palecentred marks. You may also have a fever, sore throat, headache and/ or diarrhoea. The painful red areas become large blisters, ending with a peeling layer of skin that can appear on the lips, mouth, eyes, nose, and genitals. People may experience fever, chills, muscle aches, and general malaise. Thinking, seeing, and listening to things that are not real 
  •  Feeling depressed with or without suicidal ideation

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ROACCUTANE 20 MG 30 cap.

Roaccutane is used to treat acne. Roaccutane belongs to a group of medicines called retinoids. Retinoids are similar to vitamin A in that they unclog pores. There are different types of medicines used to treat acne. Roaccutane is used in more serious cases. However, your doctor may have prescribed Roaccutane for another purpose. Talk to your doctor if you have any questions about why Roaccutane was prescribed. This medicine is not available without a prescription. Roaccutane is not addictive. 

Side effects 

Roaccutane helps most people with acne, but some may have unwanted side effects. All medicines have side effects. Sometimes they mean business, but most of the time they don't. If you experience some side effects, you may need to see a doctor. Don't be surprised at this list of possible side effects. You cannot experience any of them.  Ask your doctor or pharmacist to answer all your questions. Tell your doctor if you notice any of the following and they worry you: 

  • Dryness of the lips, mouth, nose and skin (a moisturiser or petroleum jelly can be used to soften the lining of the nose, lips and the skin areas not affected by the acne)
  • Fragile skin 
  • Change in colour of the skin 
  • Peeling palms of the hands and soles of the feet 
  • Itchy skin rash 
  • An increased susceptibility to sunburn 
  • Flaring of acne (usually at the start of treatment) 
  • Sweating 
  • Changes to the nails 
  • Eye problems such as dry, sore, swollen or itchy eyes, discharge or trouble seeing at night 
  • Sexual dysfunction including impaired sexual function in males, decreased libido and gynaecomastia 
  • Nosebleeds 
  • Tenderness or stiffness in your bones, joints or muscles 
  • Tiredness 
  • Headache 
  • Hair loss (sometimes occurs and is usually temporary but in rare cases has persisted) 
  • Excessive hairiness 
  • Hoarseness 

These side effects are usually mild and dose related. Most of them disappear completely in a few days to a few weeks after the dose of Roaccutane is lowered or stopped.  Tell your doctor immediately if you experience any of the following: 

  • Nausea 
  • Vomiting 
  • Persistent headache 
  • Blurred vision or visual disturbances 
  • Changes in your hearing or ringing in your ears 
  • Severe upper stomach pain 
  • Unexpected muscle pain, tenderness or weakness 
  • Blood in stools or severe diarrhoea 
  • Severe bruising 
  • Sudden red, often itchy spots, similar to the rash of measles starting on the face, hands or feet. The spots may blister or change to flat round raised, red, palecentred marks. You may also have a fever, sore throat, headache and/ or diarrhoea. The painful red areas become large blisters, ending with a peeling layer of skin that can appear on the lips, mouth, eyes, nose, and genitals. People may experience fever, chills, muscle aches, and general malaise. Thinking, seeing, and listening to things that are not real 
  •  Feeling depressed with or without suicidal ideation

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