FAQs ABOUT MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO
What does MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO is used for?
MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO is used to treat dandruff and seborrheic dermatitis. Dandruff due to fungal infection of the scalp may present with stubborn itching sensation and skin flakes etc. Seborrheic dermatitis is an infectious condition of the sweat glands on the skin surface and may present as patches of white or yellow or crusts of the skin.
Can I stop using MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO if my symptoms of the disease subside?
Though the symptoms of your disease subside, do not stop using MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO 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 MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO?
If you forget to use MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO 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 MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO safe for use by pregnant women?
MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO should be used with caution in pregnant women only if recommended by your doctor as its risks and benefits are not clear. Consult your doctor for advice.
What are the side effects of MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO?
The side effects of MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO 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.
How does MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO work?
MYCOCLIN SHAMPOO works by preventing fungi from developing their necessary protective coating, which is necessary for their survival. As a result, it treats and manages fungal infections.