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You may find yourself experiencing nose bleeds, inflammation of the eyes, rashes, joint pain, problems moving, and even depression.
Oily Oliver walks into the dermatologist's office. He is upset because people keep making fun of his oily, acne-covered face. He's tried all of the best face cleansers and creams, but nothing seems to work.
To put it simply, Accutane will shrink the oil gland within your pores, therefore reducing oil production. It will also increase the amount of time that cells will take to divide, so your pores won't get clogged as easily.
"I need you to help me get rid of my acne. It's been like this for years. It's so painful," says Oliver. "You have big red bumps all over your face, back, and chest. These are all very common areas for acne. You must have nodular acne," says the doctor.
Childrem cannot take Accutane. Because you are grown, you will be taking two doses a day with food for 15 to 20 weeks. If you miss a dose, skip it. It's very important that you don't take two doses at once.
After the brief examination of Oliver, the doctor decides to put him on Isotretinoin (Accutane). The doctor proceeds to warn him about all of the possible side effects.
The doctor explains to Oliver how this new drug will work. Oliver begins to get hopeful despite all of the terrible side effects.
Oliver heads to the pharmacy to pick up his prescription. The pharmacist makes sure to tell Oliver the dosage information even though it's on the bottle.
A few weeks later, Oliver sees a dramatic change in his skin quality. He can finally walk through the hallways of school with confidence.
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