Skin treatment. Accutane for sale online. For severe acne. Interaction of Isotretinoin with other drugs.
Skin is the largest human organ. It is involved in breathing, metabolic processes and carries out thermoregulation. Thanks to the skin, we can feel pain, as well as temperature and pressure. But the main function of the skin is protective: it is our natural barrier against foreign objects, so it is very important that it remains intact and healthy. One of the most common skin diseases is acne.
Accutane (Isotretinoin) for acne treatment.
Features of acne
Acne is an inflammatory process, as a result of which, due to excessive sebum secretion, various rash elements appear on the skin. They may be in the form of small nodules or lumps, or contain pus. Typically, the rash is located on the face, chest or back – where the largest sebaceous glands are concentrated.
Causes of acne development
The causes of the disease are not completely clear, but genetic factors and seborrhea (increased sebum secretion) play an important role in the occurrence of acne. Because of this, local immunity suffers, which in turn leads to pathological growth of coccal flora (purulent rashes).
In severe acne, the pus-filled rash grows so large that it eventually coalesces, forming painful nodules. In this case, the inflammatory process affects large areas of the skin. This acute course of the disease is complicated by a high risk of scarring and is poorly treatable with local drugs. Also, under no circumstances should you use peels and scrubs to treat severe acne due to the possible increase in local irritation.
Treatment of severe acne
In severe cases of acne, the use of drugs that normalize the secretion of sebum and reduce its amount to acceptable limits, and also help restore cell coverage and relieve a severe inflammatory reaction, helps. One such drug is Accutane, which is based on a synthetic vitamin A derivative, isotretinoin. It suppresses sebum production and normalizes the regenerative function of the skin.
Side effects when taking Accutane
Most side effects when taking Accutane are dose dependent. They are usually reversible if the doctor adjusts the treatment regimen and reduces the dose of the medication. But in some cases, even after stopping Accutane, some of the side effects may continue to bother the patient for some time. At the recommended doses, the ratio of potential benefit and possible risk is acceptable for the patient, since the disease is severe and requires treatment.
The most common side effects are associated with excessive accumulation of vitamin A in the body. This condition is accompanied by the following symptoms:
- dry skin and mucous membranes;
- hoarseness of voice;
- reversible corneal opacity;
- rash, itching, dermatitis;
- increased sweating;
- inflammation of the periungual ridges;
- increased proliferation of granulation tissue;
- thinning hair with reversible baldness;
- fulminant form of acne;
- appearance of age spots on the skin;
- sensitivity to the sun, photoallergy.
At the beginning of therapy, acne may worsen, which lasts for several weeks. Also, when taking Accutane – Isotretinoin may affect:
- musculoskeletal system (muscle pain, arthritis);
- nervous system (depressive state, seizures);
- digestive system (nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, colitis, pancreatitis, increased activity of liver enzymes);
- respiratory system (bronchospasm);
- qualitative and quantitative composition of blood cells (decrease in the level of leukocytes, neutrophils, changes in the number of platelets, anemia).
In addition, during treatment with Accutane over the counter, a staphylococcal infection may occur.
Interaction of Accutane with other drugs
To avoid hypervitaminosis, you should avoid taking vitamin A or multivitamins that contain retinol together with Accutane. Tetracyclines in combination with Accutane may cause increased intracranial pressure, so their concomitant use is contraindicated. Accutane (Isotretinoin) over the counter cost may reduce the effectiveness of progesterone medications, so contraceptives containing this hormone should not be used when treating severe acne.
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Contraindications for taking Accutane (Isotretinoin)
Accutane is not recommended for use if you have the following underlying conditions:
- alcohol addiction;
- liver failure;
- renal failure;
- hepatitis and cirrhosis;
- depression and other mental disorders.
Only a doctor can prescribe Accutane, weighing all the risks and the patient’s health condition. You can buy Accutane at a pharmacy or order it online from an online store.
Accutane during pregnancy and breastfeeding
The high activity of Accutane price has a serious effect on the development of the fetus, since it exhibits teratogenic properties (causes very severe malformations), so the drug is strictly prohibited for pregnant women. If a patient requires treatment with Accutane during lactation, a doctor should be consulted.
Overdose of Isotretinoin – Accutane
The active ingredient of the drug is a fat-soluble compound. This means that it tends to accumulate in human adipose tissue and is released even some time after stopping the drug. Therefore, you need to strictly follow the prescribed dosage. If an overdose does occur, you should definitely consult a doctor for urgent gastric lavage.
Buy Accutane without a doctor’s prescription
Accutane can be purchased at any pharmacy after consultation with your dermatologist. In our online store you can not only order the drug online, but also without a doctor’s prescription. Moreover, we present a cheap but effective analogue, developed on the same principle as the original drug. This is a generic version of Accutane with isotretinoin as the active ingredient. Therefore, it exhibits similar medicinal properties, but its cost is much lower.
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