FAQs ABOUT LUDERM 1% CREAM
Q: Can I use LUDERM 1% CREAM in children?
A: No. LUDERM 1% CREAM is not recommended for use in children 12 years of age and below unless clearly necessary. Contact your doctor before applying it.
Q: How to apply LUDERM 1% CREAM?
A: Apply LUDERM 1% CREAM as directed by your physician. It is for external use only. Clean and dry the skin to be treated. Wash your hands with soap and water and apply a thin layer of the medicine to the affected area of the skin and rub it gently. Avoid contact with the eyes, mouth or vaginal area. Do not cover or wrap or bandage the skin unless directed by the doctor.
Q: When to seek medical emergency while using LUDERM 1% CREAM?
A: Stop taking LUDERM 1% CREAM and contact your doctor immediately if you experience an allergic reaction (symptoms like skin rash, itching or hives, swelling of the face, lips or tongue), increased inflammation, redness and pain.
Q: How does LUDERM 1% CREAM work?
A: LUDERM 1% CREAM works by causing holes in the cell membranes of the fungus (essential for the survival of the fungus as they prevent the entry of unwanted substances into the cells and stop the leakage of cell contents) and killing fungi. In this way, Luliconazole relieves discomfort, itching and irritation on the skin.
Q: What is the use of LUDERM 1% CREAM?
A: LUDERM 1% CREAM is used in the treatment of various fungal infections such as tinea pedis (athlete's foot), tinea cruris (jock itch) and tinea corporis (ringworm). Please consult your physician before using LUDERM 1% CREAM.
Q: Is it safe to take LUDERM 1% CREAM in pregnant and breastfeeding women?
A: LUDERM 1% CREAM is not recommended for use among women who are pregnant and breastfeeding unless considered necessary. Please consult your physician before using LUDERM 1% CREAM.
Q: What are the common side effects of LUDERM 1% CREAM?
A: The most common side effects of this medicine are application site reactions such as irritation, itching and stinging. Contact your physician if any of the symptoms worsen.