Is there a pill or medication that can reduce body hair?

It depends. If you are female with a hormone problem such as pcos, then medical treatment may help. Metformin and spironolactone can be helpful. Other wise, laser hair removal, intense pulsed light, shaving and waxing all work.
BCP, Vaniqua: option. In addition to the option of spirolactone (which can be used for female hirsuitism regardless of the etiology - as long as pregnancy is not planned) and metformin (used primarily as an additive treatment for pcos); birth control pills can help (and should be the foundation of therapy for pcos to decrease risk of endometrial cancer), and vaniqua is a topical agent for local facial hair only.

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Please let me know if there is a pill that can reduce body hair?

Who wants pills? Ask any physician here -- taking medication should be the last resort. A woman with excess body hair has the right to get it removed with electrolysis or a laser. A hairy man who wants to be smoother can shave it, wax it off, or if he (and his partner) are absolutely sure, can get it removed permanently.

Will Accutane acne pills inhibit or reduce body hair?

Probably not. Accutane works on acne. There is little to suggest that you would get any significant long term results unless you got an unusual side effect. Accutane does not affect hormones to fix the acne, so it probably will do nothing to treat other hormone related problems.
Who knows??? Accutane has been associated with both hair loss and unwanted hair growth. There are actually a number of things like this in medicine, which I always find fascinating. Non-stertoidals (nsaids), such as ibuprofen, for instance can be associated with constipation or diarrhea.

Is t there some mediciations to reduce body hair?

It depends. If you are female with a hormone problem such as pcos, then medical treatment may help. Metformin and spironolactone can be helpful. Other wise, laser hair removal, intense pulsed light, shaving and waxing all work.