FAQs ABOUT KETOSTAL SOAP
Can KETOSTAL SOAP be used on infants?
The safety and effectiveness of KETOSTAL SOAP in children (less than 12 years of age) have not been established. Consult your child’s doctor for advice. The doctor will determine an appropriate dose or select a suitable alternative treatment for your child.
What if KETOSTAL SOAP accidentally gets into my eyes, mouth or nose?
Avoid getting KETOSTAL SOAP into your eyes, mouth, or nose. In case it comes in contact with these areas accidentally, wash it with water thoroughly. Call your doctor if any discomfort occurs.
Can KETOSTAL SOAP be used by elderly people?
KETOSTAL SOAP is not recommended to be used by elders above the age of 65, due to lack of safety data. For patients below that age, it is recommended to be used only after consultation by a doctor.
Can KETOSTAL SOAP be used by pregnant women?
KETOSTAL SOAP should be used with caution in pregnant women as it is unknown if this medicine will harm your unborn baby. If you are pregnant, think you may be pregnant or are planning to get pregnant, consult your doctor before taking it.
Can I take other medicines with KETOSTAL SOAP?
Before using KETOSTAL SOAP, inform your doctor if you are taking, have taken, or might take any other medicine, including prescription, over the counter or any herbal medicine, as these might lead to serious side effects by interacting with each other.