Doctor insights on:
Accutane Cause Deterioration Knee
Nolt likely: By cartilage degeneration, I am assume you mean meniscus degeneration. This is not list as an adverse event. Also on nlm search there were no articles that reported any meniscus problem associated with Accutane use. Joint pain and musculoskeletal symptoms are not uncommon. If you mean arthritis, it has been reported as an associated adverse event and is mentioned in the package insert. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
I have been taking Accutane(40mg) for 10 days and my knees hurt and my stomach is upset after I take it will this stop when my tolerance is higher?
I am 16 and have been taking Accutane for 10 days and my back hurts excruciatingly bad and my knees and hips are sore. Is this normal?
What is the cause of pain on the backside of Knee, worsening over month. calf and now hip pain. No swelling or redness.
Possible: Bakers cystGet a more detailed answer ›
My husband has fluid built up under his knee cap as well as deteriorating cartridge how long can he go with out surgery?
The sooner : The better. First you have to diagnose the reason for that, then decide on treatment program. Good luck. ...Read more
I have shooting pain on the inside of my knee when I am lying flat i can walk and sit with little discomfort i also have deteriorating disks in my low?
Back and/or knee: If the knee doesn't swell, get hot, red, click or lock (arrested during active extension or flexion) then look elsewhere for causation including pinched spinal nerves. Other nerve issues, including intrapelvic are also possible. If the pain is severe or you have trouble walking, even though painless, see your doctor. ...Read more
I have deteriorating disc disease in back had knee and hip durgury it's been since 2011 am in a lot of pain can't walk much I have crippling arthritis?
Well : Recommend you contact HealthTap for orthopedic surgeon and a rheumatologist you can see in person ...Read more
Can deterioration of the knee cartilage affect the whole leg? ( by way of muscle strain, cramps, or weakness when stepping)
Very Good Chance!: If your knee cartilage is damaged, your knee will not function correctly. Most folks will favor the other knee, or alter their body mechanics to compensate. This may with time lead to dysfunction in other areas. Your body can also involuntarily stop firing muscle groups to try to protect the injured knee. A good physical therapy program or home exercises may be an option if early enough. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
- Talk to a doctor live online for free
- Could accutane cause the deterioration of knee cartilage
- Can knee deterioration be caused by hyperthyroidism?
- Can knee deterioration be caused by hyperparathyroidism?
- Ask a doctor a question free online
- Causes of muscle deterioration
- Disease that causes muscle deterioration
- Causes of vision deterioration
- Joint deterioration caused by meth use
- Talk to a dermatologist online