- Take with meals preferably.
- Please avoid alcohol consumption during use.
- Have regular vision checks up during use.
- Avoid crowded places to prevent infections.
The patients administered may experience endocrine (gland associated) irregularities including menstrual problems, growth suppression in children, increased susceptibility to infection, electrolyte disturbances, muscular abnormalities, osteoporosis (weak bones) and bone fractures, impaired wound healing, sweating, hirsutism (abnormal excessive hair growth), acne, gastrointestinal disorders, neurological symptoms, weight changes, vision changes, and blood disorders.
The risk associated with the use of this medicine in pregnant females cannot be ruled out. Therefore, please consult your doctor before use.
The risk associated with the use of this medicine in lactating females cannot be ruled out. Therefore, please consult your doctor before use.
The patients with antibiotic-resistant infections, history of tuberculosis, septicaemia (blood infection), chickenpox, measles, psychiatric disorders, renal (kidney) and hepatic (liver) impairment, cirrhosis (abnormal liver condition), active peptic ulcer (intestinal inflammation), myasthenia gravis (muscular disorder), previous steroid-associated muscular abnormality, osteoporosis (weak bones), epilepsy (condition characterized by seizures), heart disorders and abnormalities, blood disorders, glaucoma (high pressure in eye), and elderly should be cautious. Please withdraw this medicine gradually.
- Do not use this medicine if you are allergic to any of its constituents
- Do not use this medicine if you have a skin infection, such as athlete’s foot, ringworm, Shingles, impetigo, chickenpox, or thrush.
What are the uses of Hydrocortisone?
This medication is used for treating skin conditions such as eczema, dermatitis, and allergies. It helps reduce swelling, itching, and redness. Please do not use this medicine on face and underarms unless directed by your healthcare provider.
Will this medicine cause scars?
This medicine is highly unlikely to cause scars. However frequent and harsh itching may leave scars. For further guidance, consult your healthcare provider.
How to store Hydrocortisone?
Keep medicine away from excessive light, moisture, and children. Please do not flush medicines down the toilet. Please read the leaflet provided with the medicine for further storage guidance.
Does Hydrocortisone have any effect on pregnancy and lactation?
This medicine should only be used during pregnancy if no safer alternate is available. Consult your health care provider for guidance. The effects of this medicine on lactating females are unknown. Consult your health care provider for guidance.
What are the uses of Miconazole?
This medication is used for treating fungal infections such as athlete’s foot, ringworm, jock itch, and other fungal skin infections (candidiasis). It can also be used to treat a skin condition known as Pityriasis (tinea versiolor) characterized by shedding of parts of skin as flaky scales.
How to take Miconazole?
Use it as prescribed by your health care provider. Make sure to complete the course of the medication. If you stop using the medicine before the prescribed time, the fungus may grow back and worsen the condition. The dosage of this medicine is dependent on the age, condition, and its severity.
How to store Miconazole?
Different brands of the medicine have different storage instructions. Keep medicine away from excessive light, moisture, and children. In case of gel form, keep medicine away from flame. Please do not flush medicines down the toilet. Please read the leaflet provided with the medicine for further storage guidance.
Will this medicine cause scars?
This medicine is unlikely to leave scars. However, scar formation is also dependent on the fungus type and the patient’s skin. For further guidance, consult your healthcare provider.
Can I use Miconazole to treat my acne?
There are several types of acne. One type of acne may be treated with Miconazole but consultation by a skin professional is must.
Does Miconazole have any effect on pregnancy and lactation?
This medicine should only be used during pregnancy if it is necessary and no safer alternate is available. The effects of this medicine on lactating mothers are unknown. Consult your health care provider before use of this medicine.
Important notes for use of Miconazole.
• Please do not share this medicine with anyone. • If you use this medicine for Pityriasis, it may take several months for the skin to grow back to its normal condition/ appearance.
There are no reviews yet.