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Can Roaccutane/accutane Be Prescribed By Gp Or Just The Dermatologist?

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I was given this treatment in my late teens after seeing a dermatologist and it my skin....amazing. I just had the very dry/cracked lips and skin.

I am now almost 30 and I am struggling with bad acne again. I have tried a lot of things but to no avail. However, I am no longer under the care of a dermatologist. Do you know if your GP can prescribe it or would I have to go down the path of the dermatologist again?

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I think that regular doctors can prescribe is as well however it is usually recommended to have a dermatologist do it since they are experts and can probably guide you through the process better.

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