FAQs ABOUT EPISERT CREAM
What does EPISERT CREAM treats?
EPISERT CREAM is used to treat an athlete’s foot, also known as tinea pedis. Athlete’s foot is a condition in which the fungal infection of the skin involves the feet and in-between the toes. Consult your doctor for advice before use.
Can I stop using EPISERT CREAM if my symptoms subside?
Though the symptoms of your disease subside, do not stop using EPISERT CREAM unless recommended by your doctor as the disease and its symptoms may worsen back again. Consult your doctor for advice.
What happens when you forget to use EPISERT CREAM?
If you forget to use EPISERT CREAM when it's time, use it as soon as you remember. If it's time for the following dose, though, skip the missed dose.
Is EPISERT CREAM safe for use by pregnant women?
EPISERT CREAM should be used with caution in pregnant women. Consult your doctor for advice.
What are the side effects of EPISERT CREAM?
The side effects of EPISERT CREAM include contact dermatitis, dryness and burning sensation of the skin, tenderness of the skin, redness, itching, hyperpigmentation of the skin, skin blisters, peeling of the skin, etc.
Is EPISERT CREAM safe for use by children?
EPISERT CREAM is recommended for use in children above 12 years of age only. Consult your doctor for advice.