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    Condition: Acne
    12/23/2008 11:55:04 AM

    Reviewer: 19-24 Male on Treatment for 6 months to less than 1 year (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 3

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 4

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 2

    Comment:
    i have taken solodyn for 3 months about a year ago because that was the time frame recommended by my doctor. Although it helped alot in that 3 month frame, it worsened about 2 weeks after i stopped taking the medication. About a year later, i started taking solodyn again. This time i took it for about 4 to 5 months straight. I just came home for winter break about a week ago and felt extremely tir ... Show Full Comment

    Condition: Acne
    12/22/2008 12:15:06 PM

    Reviewer: Mytitan, 19-24 Female on Treatment for less than 1 month (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 3

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 4

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 3

    Comment:
    This is the first Acne Medication I have tried. I have had no new outbreaks, but I am also taking the Duac topical cream. Side effects I am experiencing are mild headaches,dizziness and a racing heart. It's hard to tell if the good results are from Solodyn or Duac.

    Condition: Acne
    11/24/2008 6:12:15 PM

    Reviewer: Jenny R, 25-34 Female on Treatment for 1 to less than 2 years (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 3

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 1

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 1

    Comment:
    I don't know why anyone would take this drug over the alternatives! It causes severe CNS (central nervous system) side effects! You should not opperate a car while taking it because of vertigo...hello?? Why not take Doryx, it is a much safer drug and does the trick as well! Not to mention Solodyn costs over $600 a month -- Medicis is doing some clever marketing to make patients think they can ... Show Full Comment

    Condition: Acne
    11/18/2008 10:43:26 AM

    Reviewer: Female on Treatment for 1 to 6 months (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 1

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 1

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 1

    Comment:
    Began taking this drug in Aug. this year and over a period of app. 6 wks, I experienced full-blown flu symptoms (EXTREME body aches, high fever, cough, rapid breathing, neck pain, etc.) This happened repeatedly, lasted 2-3 days at a time and then disappeared. Each time it happened, I stopped taking the medication because I was so sick. My doctor tested me for Lyme disease which came back negati ... Show Full Comment

    Condition: Acne
    11/15/2008 7:18:01 PM

    Reviewer: 45-54 Female on Treatment for 1 to less than 2 years (Patient)

    Effectiveness

    Current Rating: 5

    Ease of Use

    Current Rating: 1

    Satisfaction

    Current Rating: 1

    Comment:
    Have been fine until I started using every other day had extreme dizziness and rapid heart rate taken to emergency room. Tests non conclusive no one considered possible drug interaction except me so I have stopped taking after second episode.

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