Absorica Coupon & Discounts

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Absorica is a medication prescribed, after other drugs and procedures have failed, for the treatment of severe, disfiguring acne. Absorica is available in dosage strengths of 10, 20, 30, and 40mgs, with the prices for sixty capsules ranging from $1700 to $2000, depending on strength. FamilyWize offers an Absorica discount card that can lower the Absorica cost by as much as 75% when presented at your local pharmacy. To download the reusable Absorica coupon, click the “Claim Discount” button on the Absorica page and use it to receive an Absorica discount and the significant savings it brings.

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About Absorica

What is Absorica?

Absorica the brand name for the medication isotretinoin, an anti-acne retinoid that is prescribed to treat severe, disfiguring nodular acne, but only after other medications have been tried and failed. It is available only through the registered iPledge distribution program. Those who have been prescribed Absorica may want to use the Absorica discount card from the FamilyWize website to receive discounts that can bring substantial reductions to the cost of this medication.

How do I take Absorica?

Absorica dispensed in capsule form and is taken orally, two times a day with meals. The capsule is swallowed whole, with a full glass of water; do not break, bite, suck, or chew the capsule. Treatment typically lasts four to five months.

What if I forget to take a dose of Absorica?

If a scheduled dose of Absorica is missed, skip it completely and resume the regimen with the next scheduled dose. Do not take multiple doses to compensate for the one missed.

What happens if I overdose on Absorica?

If an overdose of Absorica is suspected, contact the Poison Control Center at 1-800-222-1222. However, if the patient has lost consciousness or stopped breathing, contact Emergency Services at 911. Symptoms of an overdose include dizziness, flushing, headache, loss of coordination, severe chapped lips, stomach pain, or vomiting.

Before taking Absorica, tell your doctor if:

  • You are pregnant, planning a pregnancy, or nursing a child

  • You are using any oral or hormonal contraceptive(s); identify the brand and type they are

  • You are allergic to isotretinoin, Vitamin A, or any of the ingredients in Absorica

  • You are taking any prescription or non-prescription medications, vitamins, or supplements

  • You are taking medications for seizures, or for mental illness

  • You are taking oral steroids, tetracycline antibiotics, or Vitamin A supplements

  • You have thought about, or attempted suicide, or if there is a family history of this

  • You or anyone in your family has, or has had, asthma, osteoporosis, diabetes, osteomalacia, or hypertriglyceridemia

  • You or a family member have, or have had, anorexia nervosa, a lipid metabolism disorder, or you drink alcohol

  • You or a family member have, or have had, heart or liver disease

What are the possible side effects of taking Absorica?

Some patients have reported side effects after taking Absorica. Less severe side effects include swollen or bleeding gums, changes in skin color, changes to finger or toenails, cold symptoms, dry skin, dry or irritated eyes, mouth, or nose, flushing or sweating, hair loss or growth, nosebleeds, skin peeling from the palms or soles, cuts or sores that heal slowly, fatigue, red or cracked and sore lips, voice changes. If any of these conditions persist or worsen, contact your healthcare provider.

Serious side effects have also been reported. If you experience any of the following, contact your doctor immediately: blurred or other vision problems, changes in urine color or frequency of urination, pain in the joints, muscles, or back; chest pain; hearing problems; stomach pain, nausea, vomiting, diarrhea, rectal bleeding, pain or difficulty swallowing; fainting, dizziness, or disorientation; tachycardia or arrhythmia; fever, headache, weak or tired muscles; symptoms of jaundice; signs of an allergic reaction, including swelling of the lips, face, mouth, throat, or tongue, hives, rash, or itching; blistering or peeling skin, swollen, watering, or itchy eyes, dry or painful eyes, tinnitus, seizures, heartburn (new or worsening); slow, slurred, or difficult speech; sores appearing on the eyes or in the mouth or throat; unusual thirst; psychosis, sudden bursts of violence, anxiety, crying spells, diminished performance at school or work, or changes to sleeping patterns.

How do I store Absorica?

Keep Absorica tightly sealed in its original container, out of the reach of children, and away from the extremes of temperature and humidity. Do not allow the liquid-filled capsules to freeze. Dispose of any unused or expired doses in accordance with the instructions of your pharmacist.


Absorica can terminate a pregnancy, harm a developing fetus, or result in death of a child soon after birth. If you are of childbearing age, even if you have not begun menstruating, you must take strident measures to prevent pregnancy, using two acceptable forms of birth control beginning one month before treatment begins, and then during, and for one month after treatment ends. You must have two negative pregnancy tests before treatment with Absorica can commence. Contact your physician immediately if you become pregnant while taking this medication. Do not breast-feed while taking Absorica, or for one month following the end of treatment. Do not donate blood while taking this drug and for one month after treatment ends. Do not share this medication with anyone. Absorica prescriptions are not refillable; a visit with a doctor is required before a prescription can be renewed. Males using Absorica must inform their doctor if their partner becomes pregnant during the treatment period. Absorica may cause thoughts of suicide. Avoid prolonged exposure to sunlight while taking this medication. This medication may diminish the ability to see in the dark; do not drive or use heavy machinery or power tools until the effects are known. This medication may cause changes to bone density.

Brand Names

In addition to Absorica, isotretinoin is available under other brand names, including Claravis, Sotret, Myorisan, and Amnesteem. FamilyWize offers an Absorica coupon, as well as discount coupons for the other brand names of isotretinoin, that can lower the Absorica cost by up to 75% at the pharmacy of your choice. To claim the Absorica discount, download the coupon and use it like an Absorica discount card when paying for your prescription.


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