Clotrimazole is an antifungal cream which is used to treat infections caused by fungi, such as ringworm, athlete's foot, Thrush, and jock itch.
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Clotrimazole, which goes by the brand name Canesten, belongs to a group of medications known as imidazoles. It's an antifungal agent that attacks the cause of a fungal skin infection. Clotrimazole is an active substance.
Clotrimazole is used for treating fungal skin infections like ringworm and jock itch.
Since ringworm is a fungal infection on your skin, the recommended treatment to treat it on your body is an anti-fungal cream like Clotrimazole. Clotrimazole attacks the fungi that are causing your ringworm infection to allow your skin to heal. Clotrimazole anti-fungal cream is simple to apply and has enough power to penetrate into your skin without being unnecessarily harsh to relieve your symptoms.
If you're struggling with jock itch, it's essential you treat it right away to keep it from spreading to other areas of your body and keep it from becoming worse. An anti-fungal product like Clotrimazole will treat jock itch effectively and relieve your uncomfortable symptoms.
Clotrimazole kills yeast and fungal infection by preventing cells the ability to produce a substance which is crucial to their survival.
Without a substance named ergosterol, the structure of the cells becomes weakened and the contents of the cell spill out, thus killing the cell.
Your doctor will let you know the dose of Clotrimazole to use and for how long. If you've been provided with a prescription, the dose will also be added to the medicine label. Always use your medication as the leaflet (included with your prescription) describes or as your doctor indicates. If you're not sure, talk to your doctor.
If you bought this medicine without a prescription, be sure you read and follow the directions closely.
Always wash your hands after you use Clotrimazole to help prevent the spread of the infection to other body areas. Also, you'll want to use a separate towel than other individuals until your infection clears.
Like all medications, this medication could cause side effects, however, not all people experience them.
After applying the cream you may experience:
These symptoms could indicate you're allergic to the cream.
If you experience any side effects, whether listed here or in the patient information leaflet, speak to your doctor or consult a pharmacist for advice. You can find your nearest pharmacy using the NHS' Find A Pharmacy service.
Some individuals could be allergic to this medication. If you do experience an allergic reaction, discontinue using Clotrimazole and let your doctor know immediately or call your nearest hospital's Accident and Emergency Department. Allergic reaction signs might include:
Don't put Clotrimazole in your mouth or swallow the medicine. If you, or sombody else, swallows the medicine accidentally, contact your nearest hospital's Accident and Emergency Department or your doctor straight away. If you get the cream in your mouth or eyes accidentally, immediately wash them with water and then call your doctor.
Do not use Clotrimazole if you're pregnant or breastfeeding unless specified otherwise by a doctor. Don't use this product if you're allergic to any of its ingredients.
Let your doctor know if you're currently or have recently taken any other medications. This includes medications you obtain without a prescription and health supplements. Clotrimazole isn't known to interact with other medications.
Always keep medicine out of the sight and reach of children and pets.
Never share your medicine with anyone else, even if they are experiencing similar symptoms to you.
Apply the cream as soon as you remember and continue on with your treatment regimen.
You're not likely to experience any harm if you've taken an extra dose of this medication by mistake.
Physicians advise you to not drink alcohol when you're using Clotrimazole or any other antifungal medication. Because alcohol is metabolized in the liver, taking Clotrimazole while consuming alcohol could add heightened stress on your liver. This could lead to you experiencing symptoms similar to a hangover. In addition, it could lead to severe liver problems.
Clotrimazole won't affect your ability to operate machinery or drive.
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