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Claravis is a prescription drug containing isotretinoin, a form of vitamin A. This medication, which comes as a tablet, is sometimes prescribed to treat severe acne that hasn’t responded to topical treatments or antibiotics. As a powerful acne medication, Claravis can have a high price., especially if you don’t have insurance coverage or a Claravis copay card. To pay the lowest cost possible for your Claravis prescription, use Optum Perks to get estimates for drug prices at pharmacies in your area. Once you’ve found a pharmacy you like, click the listing’s corresponding ‘Get Free Coupon’ button for an exclusive, reusable Claravis coupon. Get a discount on your medication when you present this coupon to your pharmacist. Much like with a savings card, you can use your Claravis coupon on every prescription fill.
Claravis is only used to treat severe nodular acne when other acne treatments have been ineffective.
Claravis comes as an oral tablet in 10mg, 20mg, 30mg, and 40mg strengths. Your doctor will determine your dose based on your condition and response to treatment. Swallow each capsule whole and take each dose with food.
Claravis can cause severe birth defects; you should never take this medication if you are pregnant or think you may be pregnant. Before filling your prescription, you’ll have to join the iPLEDGE program, which asks you to use two forms of birth control while taking Claravis to prevent an accidental pregnancy. If you have unprotected sex while taking Claravis, call your doctor right away. Don’t donate blood while taking this medicine or within 30 days of ending your dosing regimen. Avoid taking any supplements that contain vitamin A, and reduce your exposure to the sun, as Claravis may make your skin more sensitive to sunlight. This medication may temporarily impair your vision, so don’t drive until you’re sure you can see clearly.
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Our card is not insurance, we simply provide discounts on prescriptions. Since pricing is an ongoing negotiation, please bring both your insurance card and Optum Perks coupon to your pharmacist to see which provides a more cost-effective option for you.
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