Alitretinoin Coupon and Discount

Our Alitretinoin coupon and discount will save you up to 75%* off your prescription. Alitretinoin is a prescription drug that treats skin sores caused by kaposi sarcoma. The original cash price of Alitretinoin is not available. If your insurance does not cover this cost, use our Alitretinoin coupon to reduce the price. Choose if you would like to receive your Rebates prescription coupon by mail, email, text, or print. Continue reading below for more information on Alitretinoin.
Alitretinoin Overview
Drug Name: Alitretinoin
Brand Name(s): Panretin
Drug Class: Retinoids
Treats: skin sores caused by Kaposi sarcoma

Alitretinoin is used in the treatment of skin lesions in patients with HIV related Kaposi sarcoma. Alitretinoin may also be used in the treatment of other conditions as directed by the doctor. Alitretinoin is only available under the direction of a doctor or physician.

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    Alitretinoin Coupon
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  • Alitretinoin Uses

    Alitretinoin is a retinoid and is used topically on the affected area. Alitretinoin works by slowing down the growth and multiplication of abnormal and abnormal skin cells. This in turn lowers the intensity of Kaposi sarcoma. Be sure to wash the affected area with mild soap before applying Alitretinoin. Alitretinoin should be applied on the skin using fingertips, gauze pad or cotton swab. Inform your doctor if you have an increased white blood cells count or eczema or lymphoma. Also check with your doctor if you have an allergy to any on the ingredients used to formulate Alitretinoin before using it.

    • Kaposi sarcoma
  • Alitretinoin Dosage

    Alitretinoin should be used as directed by the doctor. If you are using Alitretinoin to self treat yourself, make sure that you have read and understood all the instructions on the drug's package. Call your doctor and ask any questions about any instructions that you may not understand. Also, use Alitretinoin for the full length as prescribed by the doctor even if the condition you are using the drug for has improved.

    • Alitretinoin dosage for adults, Apply a generous amount of Alitretinoin on the lesions 2 times every day. The application may be increase to 3 or 4 times every day depending on the skin's ability to tolerate the effects of the drug.
    • Alitretinoin use and dosage should be determined by the doctor

    If you miss an Alitretinoin, apply it as soon as you remember. However, if it is almost time for the next dose, skip the missed dose and continue with the regular schedule.

  • Alitretinoin Side Effects

    Using Alitretinoin may cause some side effects. The severity of these side effects may differ from one patient to the other. Consult your doctor if the following COMMON side effects refuse to go away or get worse.

    • Warm stinging of the skin after application
    • Lightening or darkening of the skin
    • Red scaling rash
    • Swelling or blistering of the skin
    • Crusting of the skin

    Stop taking Alitretinoin and contact your doctor if you the following SEVERE side effects occur

    • Severe loss of appetite
    • Severe dizziness
    • Convulsions
    • Occurrence of pustules on the affected area
    • Pain on the applied part
    • Rash

    These may not be the only side effects associated with Alitretinoin. Consult with your doctor if you experience abnormal side effects.

  • Alitretinoin Interactions

    Alitretinoin may interact with some drugs and substances. Do not use Alitretinoin in combination with other drugs and substances unless the doctor authorizes you to do so. Equally, do not start, stop or change the use of any medication without informing your doctor. Below is a list of drugs that interact with Alitretinoin

    • Aliclen
    • Bioelements active astringent
    • Fostex
    • Gordofilm
    • Neutrogena healthy scalp
    • Sal acid plasters
    • Zetacet wash

    This is not a list of all drugs that may interact with Alitretinoin. Be sure to share a list of all the prescription, non-prescription and herbal supplements that you may be using so that he or she can monitor any possible interactions on your behalf.