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Nizoral Cream Prescriptions
Nizoral Cream (Ketoconazole) is an Azole Antifungal Medication. This topical cream is used to stop the growth of fungus on the body. Nizoral Cream is used to treat fungus infections on the skin, including athlete’s foot, ringworm, jock itch, seborrhea, and pityriasis (an infection that leads to the skin on the neck, arms, legs, and chest becoming darker or lighter in color).
Side Effects of Nizoral Cream
Side effects of Nizoral Cream can include itchiness, swelling, redness and irritation of the skin. This should go away as your body adjusts to the medication, but talk to your doctor if irritation continues.
More serious side effects are uncommon, but stop using Nizoral Cream and contact your doctor if you experience pain, burning, oozing or severe itching on the treated skin.
How to Use Nizoral Cream
Nizoral Cream is a topical medication used for the skin only. Use the exact amounts of cream for the exact length of time that your doctor prescribes for you. Before applying the medication, wash your hands, and clean and dry the area to be treated. Apply Nizoral Cream in a thin layer to the affected area, and then wash your hands. Do not cover with bandages unless directed otherwise. Wait a minimum of 20 minutes before putting any sunscreen or makeup on to the medicated area. After you’ve applied Nizoral Cream, make sure it doesn’t get washed off for at least 3 hours.
Nizoral cream is typically prescribed for 2-3 weeks, but it can depend on the type of fungal infection being treated. Use Nizoral for the full length of time your doctor prescribes, even if the symptoms improve or go away before the prescribed treatment time is done. This product works best when it is used consistently. Try to apply this at the same time each day. If you do not experience improvement after 2 weeks of using Nizoral Cream, let your doctor know.
Do not apply Nizoral cream to the eyes, mouth, nose, or vagina.
Important Information about Nizoral Cream
Do not use Nizoral Cream if you are allergic to Ketoconazole.
Let your doctor know if you are pregnant or if you may become pregnant while using this medication. Do not use Nizoral while breastfeeding unless your doctor has approved for you to do so.
Nizoral Cream should not be given to a child younger than 12 years old without doctor’s recommendations.
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