FAQs ABOUT MESONE CREAM
Q: What MESONE CREAM is used for?
A: MESONE CREAM is used in the treatment of inflammatory and pruritic manifestations of corticosteroid-responsive dermatoses such as psoriasis and atopic dermatitis. It is also used to treat scalp psoriasis and seborrheic dermatitis.
Q: What happens if you suddenly stop using MESONE CREAM?
A: If you have been applying MESONE CREAM for a long time and your skin problem seems to have got better, you should not suddenly stop using the medicine. If you do, you may find that your skin becomes red and may notice a stinging or burning sensation. To avoid this, consult and discuss with your doctor before stopping MESONE CREAM.
Q: Who should avoid applying MESONE CREAM?
A: MESONE CREAM is not recommended for use in patients allergic to Mometasone, and/or have conditions such as rosacea, acne, skin atrophy, dermatitis around the mouth, cold sores, shingles or chickenpox (viral infection), ulcerated skin, and wounds.
Q: What are the common side effects of MESONE CREAM?
A: The most common side effects of using MESONE CREAM are mild to moderate pruritus (itchy skin), burning and stinging sensation of skin, folliculitis, dryness of skin, mild skin atrophy (thin-shiny appearing skin) and temporary burning sensation on the site of application. Consult your doctor if any of these symptoms gets worse.
Q: How MESONE CREAM should be applied on the site of infection?
A: It is for external use only. On the affected area, apply a thin layer of this medicine. Treated areas on the face need not be covered with a plaster or bandage. Do not apply MESONE CREAM on your face beyond 5 days. Avoid applying the medicines around your eyes, including eyelids.