Isotretinoin (accutane) Information & it's Side Effects.
Isotretinoin (the generic name for accutane) is used to treat the most severe and disfiguring cases of nodular acne. Most Doctors would only recommend this treatment only after all other forms of acne medication have been tried and proved unsuccessful.
Serious Accutane Side Effects
1. Birth Defects
2. Psychiatric Diseases, Depression and Suicide
3. Central Nervous System Ailments
4. Liver Damage
5. Hearing/Vision Problems
6. Accutane Pancreatic Damage
More detailed info on this page:
Information on the development, history and legacy of Accutane.
Before trying accutane I would totally try Proactiv Solution!! It is absolutely awesome. I used the 3 step system since I had bad acne, and it totally cleared my fact. Here is the website. Totally recommend before I would start with a harsh, dangerous drug.
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