FAQs ABOUT CLOBENATE GM CREAM
Q: What are the possible side effects of applying CLOBENATE GM CREAM?
A: The most common side effects of this medicine are skin rash, urticaria, itching, redness, burning sensation and contact dermatitis. Contact your physician if any of the symptoms worsen.
Q: Can I use CLOBENATE GM CREAM in children?
A: CLOBENATE GM CREAM is not recommended for use in children under 2 years of age and should be used with caution in children above 2 years of age. Contact your doctor before applying.
Q: For what conditions CLOBENATE GM CREAM is used?
A: CLOBENATE GM CREAM is used to treat resistant dermatoses (skin infections) with secondary bacterial or fungal infection.
Q: Does CLOBENATE GM CREAM cause itching on the skin?
A: Yes, CLOBENATE GM CREAM may cause skin itching at the site of application as a temporary side effect. However, if the itching persists or worsens, consult your doctor for advice.
Q: Can I stop using CLOBENATE GM CREAM when my symptoms are relieved?
A: No, do not stop using CLOBENATE GM CREAM and complete the full course of treatment, even if you feel better. Your symptoms may improve before the infection is completely cured.
Q: Who should not use CLOBENATE GM CREAM?
A: CLOBENATE GM CREAM is not recommended for use in patients with rosacea, acne vulgaris, perioral dermatitis, perianal and genital pruritus, viral infections (ex. herpes simplex, chickenpox), perforated eardrum. Contact your doctor before applying.