joint soreness- does it go away?

i have been in accutane for four months now and recently had my doasge upped to 60/day. i have been having extreme pain in my joints, all the way to my toes! is this serious enough to talk to my doc about? will it cause permanent damage? i would love to hear from anyone who has any experience with this.

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  2. Definitely tell your doctor about any side effects you experience.

    I was on 80mg/day for 6 months and didn’t feel any joint or muscle pain but it is supposed to be a common side effect.

    I found that drinking a lot of water helped ease my overall dryness. That might help your joints.

    Also consider taking a glucosamine joint health supplement to keep your cartilage flexible.

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