CLARAVIS Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 076135/001.

Names and composition

"CLARAVIS" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ISOTRETINOIN.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
076135/001 CLARAVIS ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 40MG
076135/002 CLARAVIS ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG
076135/003 CLARAVIS ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
076356/001 CLARAVIS ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018662/002 ACCUTANE ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018662/003 ACCUTANE ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 40MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018662/004 ACCUTANE ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
021951/001 ABSORICA ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
075945/001 AMNESTEEM ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
021951/002 ABSORICA ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG
075945/002 AMNESTEEM ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG
076135/001 CLARAVIS ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 40MG
021951/003 ABSORICA ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
075945/003 AMNESTEEM ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 40MG
076135/002 CLARAVIS ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG
021951/004 ABSORICA ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 40MG
076135/003 CLARAVIS ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
021951/005 ABSORICA ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 25MG
076356/001 CLARAVIS ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
021951/006 ABSORICA ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 35MG
076485/001 MYORISAN ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
076485/002 MYORISAN ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG
076485/003 MYORISAN ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 40MG
076485/004 MYORISAN ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
076041/001 SOTRET ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
076041/002 SOTRET ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG
076041/003 SOTRET ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 40MG
076503/001 SOTRET ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG
202099/001 ZENATANE ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 10MG
202099/002 ZENATANE ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 20MG
202099/003 ZENATANE ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 40MG
202099/004 ZENATANE ISOTRETINOIN CAPSULE/ORAL 30MG

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I took two claravis pills 40 mg and found out i was pregnant need help!?
i took two claravis pills before i got my period the day i was suppose to get it, so i stopped taking iti took a test today and im pregnant my mother wants me to have an abortion by taking the abortion oill because the baby might come out "sick" but i dont know if just by taking two wil it affect the... Asked by Laverna Stjulien 2 months ago.

i took two claravis pills before i got my period the day i was suppose to get it, so i stopped taking it i took a test today and im pregnant my mother wants me to have an abortion by taking the abortion oill because the baby might come out "sick" but i dont know if just by taking two wil it affect the baby as it develops i dont want to abort the baby. Answered by Rochell Fixari 2 months ago.

I in simple terms looked on the phentermine information superhighway web site, and it says that the outcomes on a fetus are unknown and that that's no longer cautioned to take it even as pregnant. it also says that you ought to not in any respect breastfeed a toddler once you're taking phentermine because of that's totally undesirable outcomes on your toddler. to me this says that if that's no longer secure for a newborn to ingest via milk, it will be even worse for a fetus to be uncovered to it. you ought to honestly no longer take this drug if you're attempting to get pregnant or if there's a danger you would possibly want to change into pregnant. via the time you got here across out you've been pregnant your toddler might want to already have been there for 2 weeks or extra. the first days and weeks of a fetus's life are mandatory for a fashion it develops. that's the time the position you actually favor to make confident you're literally not putting some thing poisonous into your body. besides, eating routine pills are literally not sturdy on your body. they could reason you to drop some weight, notwithstanding it isn't in a healthful way. phentermine is an urge for nutrition suppresant meaning it in simple terms makes you no longer sense hungry. in case you dont feed your body sufficient nutrition, and fairly sufficient sturdy nutrition, your body will freak out and commence storing up fat truly of dropping it like you want. a lot more effective to easily devour healthful nutrition and workout, in spite of the undeniable reality that no individual needs to take that suggestion at the moment......... Answered by Brooke Derienzo 2 months ago.

Call your OBGYN and ask. Answered by Wes Mousley 2 months ago.


Is claravis the same as accutane?
i just got the claravis today, but in the doctor's paper it said accutane 20mg before i gave it to the drug store. when i when to get the drug they gave me claravis. i was wondering is it the same drug, different name? would it give me the same results as accutane? why would they give me that when it said accutane? Asked by Enriqueta Daking 2 months ago.

i just got the claravis today, but in the doctor's paper it said accutane 20mg before i gave it to the drug store. when i when to get the drug they gave me claravis. i was wondering is it the same drug, different name? would it give me the same results as accutane? why would they give me that when it said accutane? Answered by Young Kovalik 2 months ago.

Claravis is a generic form of Accutane. When a doctor writes you a prescription, the pharmacy is able to give you a generic form of the drug, if one is available, unless the doctor writes (or checks the box) DAW (dispense as written). Since generics have the same chemical composition, it is almost always to your benefit to get generic medication...they're cheaper! It's just like when you go to the drugstore and you can buy Tylenol, or about 5 other types of acetaminophen...they're the same thing. Some people feel more comfortable buying the brand name, but medication is overseen by the United States Food and Drug Administration, so they check to make sure you're getting what you think you're getting. I did a full course of "Accutane" when I was really taking Sotret. The only difference between Accutane and its generics is the price. Good luck with your Accutane treatment! :] Answered by Mariah Konat 2 months ago.

Accutane and Claravis are both Isotretinoin. They are identical. It's really good that you noticed the discrepancy though. If you ever see something like that again, make sure you confirm that you have the correct medication like you did this time. Answered by Andrea Lenzini 2 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: is claravis the same as accutane? i just got the claravis today, but in the doctor's paper it said accutane 20mg before i gave it to the drug store. when i when to get the drug they gave me claravis. i was wondering is it the same drug, different name? would it give me the same results as accutane? why would they give me that... Answered by Fe Fratta 2 months ago.


Have u used Accutane/Claravis?
i have been taking it for about 3 or 4 weeks, so far it seems like its working. side effects are horrible, but so far i kinda like it, will i enjoy it more through out the next few months. Asked by Eveline Novara 2 months ago.

i'm on my fourth month of claravis (out of five) and have been taking 50mg/day throughout my whole course. it's been working great for me. i had severe nodular acne at the time when i began taking it and now i just have a few whiteheads on my cheeks. i'm glad it seems to be working for you, too. here's some advice to get the best results out of your course.. first off, be sure to wash your face twice a day with a gentle, non-medicated cleanser (i recommend purpose). use a moisturizer right after you wash your face. in the morning you should always use a moisturizer that has spf in it since accutane makes you more prone to sunburn. at night i would recommend cetaphil moisturizing cream (in the tub). you might not want to use this during the day since it's a bit heavy. accutane can dry out your nose and eyes as well as your skin. i got a couple nosebleeds at the end of my first month and haven't gotten any since i started using a nasal spray (ayr saline nasal mist, non-medicated). just use it once or twice a day. if you wear contacts, you could have trouble with them while on accutane, but i personally haven't had problems. if your eyes feel dry, you might want to use some eye drops. i'd suggest artificial tears if you're not wearing contacts and refresh contacts if you are. you will definitely want to have something along with you for your lips at all times. vaseline and aquaphor are great, but you might not want to be carrying those around with you when you're not at home. the best lip balm i've found is nivea kiss of moisture (in the dark blue tube). accutane can also cause joint pain, so if you're going to be exercising, it's fine to take ibuprofen to help with the pain. good luck with the rest of your course =) Answered by Song Steich 2 months ago.


Why isn't accutane (claravis) working for me?
I been on claravis for 3 months I'm on my 4th month now and my face has broken out somewhat but it looks the same as when I started the treatment I have 2 months left. would it work for me? Asked by Carroll Famy 2 months ago.

Claravis/Accutane is something that will NOT work for everybody, unfortunately. It may be because of the amount of acne you had when you first got it, or it could be because of your skin type. You may want to consider talking to a dermatologist about this, because they'll probably know what to do. Sometimes it isn't effective until the last month, and sometimes, it doesn't work at all :/. Hope i helped Answered by Paris Rotstein 2 months ago.

Does Claravis Work Answered by Lon Reffett 2 months ago.

Wasn't that product recalled? Answered by Boyd Ferrando 2 months ago.


Claravis users I have a question?
Claravis users I have a question?So I'm on my fourth month of this stuff and now i am experiencing an outbreak not so much on my face but mostly on my right arm, a little on my upper left arm and my right hand. I think this medicine has done something to my body, its not really severe or anything i just... Asked by Christa Epling 2 months ago.

Claravis users I have a question? So I'm on my fourth month of this stuff and now i am experiencing an outbreak not so much on my face but mostly on my right arm, a little on my upper left arm and my right hand. I think this medicine has done something to my body, its not really severe or anything i just don't like looking at small scabs or mosquito bite looking bumps on my arms. So my question is if you have taken this before or have currently taken this medicine as long as I have, have you experienced any thing like this where you have bumps coming on your arms or your hand? i also have a whitish patch on my hand(its not as bad as it sounds) that probably developed last month or so it looks like it might go away but i just want these bumps gone. anyone have any suggestions??? anyone else is open to answer this question too even if you havent taken this medicine before Answered by Chassidy Tritto 2 months ago.

I took 2 treatments of Claravis, I did get patches on my arms and allot on my hands very eww looking but I used allott of cream on my arms hands body mostly Aveeno, but I thought if this will cure my acne im down to what ever as-long as my health is still good its ok and since you get your blood checked every month shouldn't really trouble you as much but if you start feeling weird then call your dr o go into dr office. Let me tell you my symptoms, I felt dizzy allott my eyesight changed its gotten really blurry needing glasses or contacts, my bones are fragil and through out treatments I constantly felt tired, and chapped lips allot but still I didn't care lol it has helped me only trouble I am having are lil color skin pimples and deep blackheads around my jaw area and of course acne scars. I been seriously thing going for 3rd and last claravis treatment see if it helps with remaining cause it still bothers me so much, Hope this has helped but dont worry patches on your arms are normal should come and go through out the process. Hang in there. :) Answered by Catarina Walken 2 months ago.


For people who had experience with claravis. Tell me your experiences? Did it really cure your acne?
Asked by Jenette Jernstrom 2 months ago.

Yes, Yes, Yes, YES Accutane (Claravis) is the ONLY cure for cystic acne. All other medications will manage the acne, but as soon as you go off the medicine, the acne comes back. I know there are alot of warnings about Accutane, but with a good dermatologist watching you carefully, you should be fine. I know it is expensive, as well. But again--it is the only thing that works. Sometimes you have to go have "booster' doses done later on (like a year or two later) But still--it is the only thing that really works. It actually strips the internal pores fro the excessive oil production from the inside. I put all three of my kids on Accutane the minute they started breaking out. I did not want them to have the scars on their faces like I STILL have on my face from cystic acne. They all did fantastic on the Accutane--just dry lips and flaky skin--which is nothing compared to cystic acne! You will also really do need a good skin cleaning regiment, although the dermatologist will probably not want you to use salycilic acid of benzoyl proxide whiole you are on accutane. #! Cleanse with product such as Advantage Clean and Clear cleanser or Neutragena Oil free Acne Wash (I add a little dot of Clean and Clear acne scrub to the cleanser) Rinse all off when completed. #2 Oxy 10 pads after cleaning to get off all final residue #3 Neutragena Clear Pore Eliminating Astringent #4 Clean and Clear Acne cream with Benzoyl Peroxide #5 Nuetragena Oil-free Anti acne moisturizer (if you need it.) Do this morning and night. Hope this helps. Answered by Norris Marasciulo 2 months ago.


What is Claravis and how it used?
So, What is Claravis drugs and how it used? Asked by Cleta Kulp 2 months ago.

Claravis is a powerful drug used in the treatment of acne. Answered by Maximo Rhoads 2 months ago.


Clarification on the acne perscription product Claravis?
I'm currently taking the acne medication called Claravis. It is not a topical cream you apply It is taken in pill form. This is NOT the popular acne medicine Accutane. The question I have about Claravis is when can I expect for the drug to be entirely out of my system? And what can I do to speed up this process... Asked by Kathy Furstenberg 2 months ago.

I'm currently taking the acne medication called Claravis. It is not a topical cream you apply It is taken in pill form. This is NOT the popular acne medicine Accutane. The question I have about Claravis is when can I expect for the drug to be entirely out of my system? And what can I do to speed up this process before the 4th of July because I know drinking messes up your liver when your taking it and I really wanna party. Answered by Thaddeus Bevil 2 months ago.

Claravis is generic isotretinion which is the same as accutane. It clears the system in about a month. It is fat soluble so there is no way to flush it out faster. Answered by Elenora Commes 2 months ago.


Is Claravis safe to take? Concerned about side effects?
I've been on a bunch of different antibiotics for a couple years now to treat my acne. The issue is that while my acne is moderate, it keeps coming back. So even with using the face gels, my acne never has gone away completely. I believe it's hormonal and also stress-related since I usually get it around my... Asked by Ariel Rumfola 2 months ago.

I've been on a bunch of different antibiotics for a couple years now to treat my acne. The issue is that while my acne is moderate, it keeps coming back. So even with using the face gels, my acne never has gone away completely. I believe it's hormonal and also stress-related since I usually get it around my period or when I haven't slept much. So my dermatologist gave me a prescription for Claravis. He has been trying to get me on Accutane for the longest time, but all these commercials I saw on tv with a lawyer saying people have law cases cuz of this medication and they got Crohn's Disease made me worried. My mother and I discussed our concerns with my dermatologist, but he assured us that none of his patients ever had any serious side effects besides dry skin and chapped lips. But when I got the prescription from my pharmacy and read the huge list of side effects, I got worried again. It says stuff like suicidal thoughts, depression, nausea, vomiting, and possible thinning of hair. I'm already dealing with my hair thinning lately. So I don't know if Claravis is safe for me. He prescribed 30mg for me. Answered by Cristi Kist 2 months ago.

Well I only took Claravis for a month before switching to a different brand of iso, so your results may vary. I have taken iso twice at high doses & the only side effect I ever got was the dryness. But that's how the medicine works. It dries out everything! Your skin, your eyes, your hair, your bones, your cartilage, tissue, nails, everything! It also thins out your skin, turns your face red & makes you really vulnerable to UV damage. It suuuuucks while you're on it but the results are well worth it in my experience. I was a really severe case & iso is the only thing that ever worked for me. And no, you're not going to get freaking Crohn's disease. Keep in mind that people will sue over ANYTHING if they think they can get money. Answered by Hana Mierzwinski 2 months ago.


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