Roaccutane

Roaccutane

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About Roaccutane

Roaccutane is a generic form of Accutane that has been sold internationally for the treatment of acne. Like Accutane, this form of the drug was manufactured by the pharmaceutical company Hoffman-La Roche. While Accutane has been discontinued in the United States, Roaccutane is still being produced and you can buy Roaccutane in other countries.

What Does Roaccutane do?

This medicine is one of many generic names for the synthetic chemical compound Isotretinoin. It is a retinoid, meaning that its chemical structure is similar to that of Vitamin A. Like Vitamin A, it has been proven to be effective at reducing acne. Because it mimics some properties of Vitamin A, however, These acne pills can also induce some unintended side effects.

Potential Side Effects

Some people who have taken this acne medication have experienced severe side effects, particularly the onset of serious inflammatory diseases. For some, the side effects last only for a short while, but for others, these unintended effects have been long-lasting. Some of the possible side effects associated with Roaccutane include:

  • Crohn’s Disease
  • Irritable Bowel Syndrome
  • Inflammatory Bowel Disease
  • Ulcerative Colitis
  • Birth Defects
  • Depression

If you have experienced any of these serious ailments after taking it, you may be a victim of its severe side effects.