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What should I mention to my doctor prior to taking skin medicinals?
It is important to determine whether you suffer from one of the following conditions: dihydropyrimidine dehydrogenase (DPD) deficiency An unusual allergic or atypical reaction to fluorouracil or other medications, chemotherapy dyes, food items or preservatives are pregnant, or trying to become pregnant or are trying to get breast-feeding.What should I take skin medicinals?
How do I take this skin medicinals?
This medication is intended to be used to treat skin. Follow the instructions on the label of prescription. Wash your hands before and after using. The affected area should be cleaned and then gently dry. Apply this medication using an applicator with a cotton tip or gloves when applying using your fingertips.
If you apply it with fingertips that aren’t protected it is crucial to wash your hands thoroughly following application of this medicine. Avoid applying the medicine to the eyes and mouth. Apply enough medication to cover the area affected. The area can be covered with a thin gauze-like dressing. But don’t apply air-tight or tight dressings. Complete the entire course recommended by your physician or health professional even if it seems like that your condition is getting better. Don’t stop taking unless upon the advice of your physician or health specialist.
Consult your pediatrician about how to use this medication for children. A special treatment may be required.
Overdose: If you suspect you’ve consumed more than the recommended amount of medication, call a poison control center or an emergency room immediately.
Note: This medicine is for you only. Do not share this medication with anyone else.
What happens if I don’t remember the dose?
If you have missed an dose, you should apply it as fast as you are able to. If it’s almost time for your next dose only apply the dose you missed. Do not take additional doses. Consult your physician or health specialist if you missed the dose by more than.
What could interact with this skin medicinals?
There is no reason to expect interactions. Don’t use any other skin care products without first consulting with your doctor or health expert.
This list is not a comprehensive list of every interaction that could occur. Inform your health professional an overview of all drugs, herbs, non-prescription medications, or nutritional supplements you consume. Inform them that you drink alcohol, smoke or take illegal drugs. Certain substances may affect your medicine.
What should I look out for when taking this medicine?
- Consult your physician or a health specialist to check your performance. It is recommended to take this medication for between 2 and 6 weeks. It may take longer, depending on the illness being treated. You might not experience full healing for another one to two months after stopping taking the medication.
- The treated areas of the skin may appear unattractive for a few weeks following treatment with this medication.
- Don’t get this medication into your eye. Should you happen to, wash out thoroughly with lots of water that is cool and refreshing.
- This medicine may cause you to be more sensitive to sunlight. Avoid sun exposure. If you are unable to avoid the sun, put on sun-protective clothing and apply sunscreen. Avoid using sun lamps or tanning beds or booths.
- If a pet comes into contact with the skin area where the medicine has been applied ingestion it could pose an increased risk of having adverse consequences. If contact is accidental and the pet’s skin must be cleaned immediately by using detergent and water. Get in touch with your vet immediately when your pet is exposed.
- Do not get expecting while using this medication or for a month following taking it off. Women should consult their physician in the event that they want to become pregnant or believe they may be expecting. There is a chance of severe side effects for the unborn baby. Speak to your physician or pharmacist for more details.
What adverse effects might I experience from taking this medication?
The following side effects you should be able to report to your doctor or health professional as quickly as you can:
- allergic reactions such as itching, skin rash or swelling of the lips, face or tongue
- bloody diarrhea
- Freaks or chills
- stomach pain
The most common side effects are those that don’t require medical attention (report to your physician or health specialist if they persist or cause discomfort):
- Dry skin or redness
- The sensitivity of the skin to light
This list might not cover every possible side effect.
Where should I store my medication?
Be sure to keep out of reach of pets and children.
Check the product’s instructions for storage. Each medicine may have distinct instructions. Get rid of any medicine you haven’t used within when the date of expiration has passed.
Note: This document is an overview. It might not include all possible details. If you have any concerns about this medication, consult your pharmacist, doctor or health professional.