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ei...

new to this site... just wanna ask if getting accutane/ roaccutane really needs a doctor prescription? i'm not consulting a doctor right now and i already tried a lot of stuff that didnt work... will take chances in oral medications this time....

hope to get answers from you, guys, soon... thanks a bunch... :)

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Moved to the Accutane Posts board.

Yes, isotretinoin (Accutane, Roaccutane, Claravis, Amnesteem, Sotret, etc.) is a prescription medication, so you'd need to talk to your doctor or derm and get a prescription if you'd like to use it.

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ei...

new to this site... just wanna ask if getting accutane/ roaccutane really needs a doctor prescription? i'm not consulting a doctor right now and i already tried a lot of stuff that didnt work... will take chances in oral medications this time....

hope to get answers from you, guys, soon... thanks a bunch... :)

Definitely.

It is a very strong medication and you need to be monitored by a licensed dermatologist while you are on it to make sure you stay safe and healthy during your course.

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