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You can use it now: There are no reported interaction between Accutane and Benzoyl peroxide. The use of benzoyl peroxide often must be continued, even after acne clears up with Accutane, after which bacterium populations can increase and acne may return. Your dermatologist can help you determine how long to continue your benzoyl peroxide treatments. ...Read more
Yes: There should be no interactionGet a more detailed answer ›
I'm terrified my acne can return once off acutane I'm almost done acutane treatment. What birth control pill is MOST EFFECTIVE for ACNE?
Can I use benzoyl peroxide (topical) while on Accutane pills? (10mg) will it affect the process of accutane?
Side effects: After december 31, 2005, only patients enrolled in the ipledge program may obtain and use isotretinoin. You will need to register with ipledge and view a video at your doctor's office before receiving your prescription. Only physicians enrolled in ipledge may prescribe isotretinoin, and only pharmacies enrolled in the program may dispense it. ...Read more
I'm 16 and I suffer from acne and I'm suggested to use Benzoyl peroxid, Doxycycline, Isotretinoin, n vitamin-e, so I'm askin if there'd b sideaffects.
Yes: Acne is a chronic disease that's a grave personal and professional liability. It is well worth the likelihood of side effects. If topical benzoyl peroxide isn't a bit unpleasant, consider increasing the strength / frequency until it is. This plus tetracycline may be enough for moderate acne. Isotretinoin is brutal but hugely effective; talk with your physician at length about it. ...Read more
Purging?: I am unaware of any mechanism by which these topical antiacne agents would have such an effect. ...Read more
Depends: If you are a woman trying to conceive then absolutely not. Otherwise, it does have a significant number of potential adverse effects which need to be monitored. There are other, safer acne medicines but they may not be effective for you. It is not a medicine I use first line, but if the acne has not responded well to anything else, you have to weigh the risk vs. Benefit. ...Read more
Probably: If you still have acne with the contraceptive the cream will probably help. Each person is different. Also if you have been on that particular pill for 3 months with no effect, you might consider changing to a different pill! not all pills are as effective as others in treating acne and one that works for one person might not work for the next person. ...Read more
Expired cream: All medicines have expiration dates. The primary purpose for these expiration dates is to ensure freshness, quality and consistent efficacy with the drug. If a drug is out of date, it is best not to use it. ...Read more