Clocreme is a topical smooth white cream that is applied to the skin. It belongs to the class of drugs commonly known as antifungals. Fungi are heterotrophic single-celled, multinucleated, or multi cellular organisms. It works by killing the fungus that grows on the skin.
Clocreme is primarily used in treating skin infections. These infections include the following:
It may also be used for purposes other than those indicated here.
Do not use Clocreme if you have any previous allergic reactions to the components of this drug. Some of the more common components include the following:
It is unknown whether this drug may or may not be harmful to an unborn baby. Do not take this medication without your doctor’s consent especially when you are pregnant or planning to be pregnant. It is also unknown whether this drug passes into breast milk or not. Do not take this drug without your doctor’s consent if you are nursing an infant.
Do not use this drug if tube or cap is open before purchase.
Avoid contact of this medication to your eyes, nose or mouth.
Clocreme Intake Guidelines
Clocreme should be applied exactly as instructed by your doctor. If there are matters that you do not understand, refer to your doctor, nurse, or pharmacist and ask him or her to explain those matters to you.
Hands should be washed before and after the use of this medication. Also wash the infected skin before applying the cream. Apply this drug two or three times daily or as directed by your doctor.
Make sure to follow all your doctor’s instructions when using this drug.
Dosage of Clocreme should be obtained from your doctor. Dosage may vary from person to person with regards to a variety of factors, which includes the type of infection, age of the user and a lot more.
Overdose of Clocreme is not likely to occur. Seek immediate medical attention, however, if this drug has been accidentally ingested. If accidentally ingested, contact your doctor, nurse, pharmacist or go to the nearest emergency center. Do this even if you do not feel any discomfort after ingesting.
Clocreme Missed Dose
If an application is missed, apply it as soon as remembered. Apply the subsequent doses according to your normal application schedule.
Clocreme Side Effects
Serious side effects of Clocreme are not likely to occur. Side effects that occur normally do not last long and are usually mild. This drug may have the following side effects:
If you experience any of the preceding symptoms, seek immediate medical attention. Inform your doctor if you experience any of these side effects.
Other side effects may also occur when you use Clocreme. Inform your doctor if you experience anything unusual while or after using this drug.
Clocreme Drug Reactions
Other skin medications may interact with Clocreme. Do not use different skin medications without your doctor’s approval. Doing this may cause serious unwanted side effects.
Inform your doctor if you are taking any medications other than Clocreme including over the counter prescriptions such as vitamins, minerals, or even herbal products.
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