Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin
A doctor will review your order and write you a prescription, if appropriate. This prescription is then forwarded to a pharmacy. The pharmacy will have your medicine delivered to you within one to three working days. Read more about this process here.
Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin is a unique topical treatment that contains three separate active ingredients. The three ingredients in this cream delivers a special triple benefit to people who suffer from infections on the skin and other common skin problems.
What is Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin?
Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin is a triple-action medication that contains three crucial ingredients, which all work on the skin in unique ways. Clobetasol is a type of very potent topical corticosteroid. Often referred to as “topical steroids” these medications can help to treat inflammatory skin conditions like dermatitis and eczema. Topical steroids are often used when patches of dermatitis or eczema get worse. Clobetasol helps to relieve the common symptoms of a flare-up by reducing inflammation, redness and itching.
Alternatively, the other two ingredients in Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin are Neomycin and Nystatin. Neomycin is an antibiotic that belongs to the aminoglycoside family. This form of medication is excellent at killing fungi and bacteria that lives on the skin. The Nystatin in this medication is an antifungal medicine that kills yeasts and fungi by creating holes in the membranes of fungal cells.
Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin is a prescription only medication. The three medications in this cream work together to not only eliminate the symptoms associated with skin infections, but also cure the underlying problem. Alternatively, Clobetasol by itself will only deal with symptoms, rather than addressing the overall problem.
When is Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin used?
Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin cream is prescribed as a full combination treatment for skin disorders that include psoriasis and eczema. Sometimes, this medication is prescribed by specialist skin doctors for the treatment of infections and fungal issues. This substance is not recommended for use in children, but it could be prescribed in rare circumstances by specialists.
Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin not only helps to eliminate and cure the existing infection on the skin when applied properly according to a specific routine, it can also help to reduce your risk of further infections too.
How do you use Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin?
As a topical medication available in cream or ointment form, Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin can be applied directly to the skin that is affected by an infection or other condition. You will not be able to take this substance by mouth, and should avoid getting it into the mouth, eyes, nose, or ears upon application. It is not a good idea to use the cream or ointment on your genitals or face unless you are advised otherwise by a doctor.
Before using this medication, make sure that you understand the instructions given to you by your doctor, as well as any information provided on the patient leaflet that comes with the cream. You will need to wash your hands thoroughly and the area that you want to apply the cream to before beginning the application. The ointment or cream will need to be applied in a thin layer to the affected skin, as directed by your consultant.
Wash your hands after you have finished applying Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin to your skin, and make sure that you do not get it too close to your eyes. Don’t cover the area treated with Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin with any dressings or clothing. You should avoid showering or washing the skin for a little while after you apply the cream, to give it more time to soak fully into the skin. If you need to apply moisturizers or other substances after Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin, then ask your consultant how long you should wait.
What dosages are there?
Your consultant or doctor will tell you how much cream to use, and how often you should be using your cream. Make sure that you follow the instructions given to you carefully, and do not apply more of this substance than recommended. Applying excessive amounts of Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin will not cause your condition to clear up faster, but it could lead to a higher risk of side effects.
The typical dose for this medication is one thin layer applied to the affected areas once or twice a day. Do not use this cream for longer than seven days unless your consultant tells you to do otherwise. If you think your skin problem isn’t getting better within seven days, seek guidance.
What are the side effects of Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin?
Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin are all medications that may cause potential side effects depending on how your body reacts to certain substances. Although the mixture of these medications is safe and well tolerated by a lot of people, there’s a chance that you could experience unwanted side effects when you begin applying Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin.
The following are some of the side effects that you might experience with this medication. It is unlikely that you will experience any severe responses to the cream or ointment when you are using it as directed, however:
- Itching, skin irritation, burning, or rash after application;
- Thinning of the skin caused by corticosteroid exposure;
- Reduced pigmentation in the skin;
- Stretch marks or unusual marks;
- Fine blood vessels appearing under the skin;
- Excessive growth of new hair.
Side effects of Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin are more likely if you use a lot of this medication for an extended period of time. It is also more likely that you will experience side effects if you use this substance for longer than a week. On rare occasions, it is possible for enough corticosteroid to be absorbed into the skin to lead to other side effects, including changes in the way that your body produces natural hormones.
Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin can be more likely to cause side effects when it is applied to raw or broken skin, or delicate areas of the skin. Sometimes, you may experience side effects when applying Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin to parts of the skin that rub together, such as the armpits or legs.
In very rare circumstances, you may experience changes to your vision when you are using Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin such as blurred vision. If this happens, seek advice from your doctor immediately. Allergic reactions to Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin are rare, but you should stop using this cream or ointment immediately and seek a doctor if you think you have an allergy. Allergic reactions can present symptoms like swelling around the application area, trouble breathing, or swelling of the lips tongue and throat.
When shouldn’t you use Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin?
For most people, Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin will be a safe and well-tolerated treatment. However, this medication is not suitable for all patients, so it’s important to make sure that you consider your options carefully before using Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin. Speak to your consultant about your medical history and answer any questions they have to ensure that this substance is safe for you to use.
Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin is not suitable for young children without the monitoring of a medical specialist. Additionally, you should not use this medication on any sore or open skin. Do not use this substance if you are allergic to any of the active ingredients. Also, ensure that your consultant is aware of any other substances that you might be allergic to. Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin can include inactive ingredients that also cause dangerous responses over time.
Do not use Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin on areas of skin affected by:
- Fungal skin infections;
- Viral skin infections;
- Bacterial skin infections not associated inflammatory disorders
- Skin conditions like perioral dermatitis;
- Widespread psoriasis (plaque);
- Lesions caused by syphilis or TB.
If you are using Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin for the treatment of psoriasis, your doctor may ask you to have regular checkups while you use this medication. Speak to your doctor if you’re concerned about any side effects or responses that you have to this medication.
You should only use Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin when recommended by your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding. If your doctor approves the use of Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin, do not use it on large areas of skin or for long periods of time.
Does Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin interact with other medications?
It is important to tell your consultant about any other medications that you might be using at the same time as Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin. Ensure that your consultant is aware of any other corticosteroid medications, including topical treatments, tablets, and other treatment options. You should also ensure that your consultant is aware of any prescription, over the counter, or herbal medications that you are using.
If you need to use other topical medications or moisturizers on the same area of skin that you are using Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin on, you will need to leave several minutes before applying each product so that there is plenty of time for the product to soak in. Try to leave at least 30 minutes between each application.
Where can you buy Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin?
Once you have had a face to face consultation with your doctor, it is possible to buy Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin online after a consultation. You can have this product delivered to a local pharmacy within three working days.
Can I get Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin without a prescription?
It is not safe to get Clobetasol with Neomycin and Nystatin without a prescription.
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