What is Tretin-X used for?
Tretin-X treats acne. Can increase the chances of getting sunburned, so use sunscreens and wear protective clothing during treatment.
Who should not take Tretin-X?
Do not use Tretin-X in case of pregnant, sunburned or the skin is irritated, highly sensitive to sunlight, have eczema or other skin conditions, or have allergies to any of the ingredients in Tretin-X.
Does Tretin-X interact with food?
Medications can interact with certain foods. In some cases, this may be harmful and the doctor may advise to avoid certain foods. In the case of this medication, there are no specific foods that must be excluded from a diet.
What should be avoided while using Tretin-X?
Tretin-X can make treated skin more sensitive to sunlight. Therefore, keep out of the sunlight as much as possible and do not use sunlamps. Avoid as much as possible products that can increase skin irritation.
Is Tretin-X safe for breastfeeding women?
It is not known if this medication crosses into human milk. But before taking Tretin-X while breastfeeding a baby consult the doctor.