LULICONAZOLE: Uses, Dosage, Side effects, Composition & more - Zoylo
INFORMATION ABOUT LULICONAZOLE
LULICONAZOLE used on the skin to treat athlete's foot, jock itch, and ringworm in people 18 years of age and older.
• Skin reactions at the treatment site.
It is not necessary for all people to experience the above side-effects.
SPECIAL INSTRUCTIONS FOR LULICONAZOLE
• Apply LULICONAZOLE to the skin. Do not swallow it.
• Apply a thin layer of LULICONAZOLE to the affected skin areas as directed by your doctor. Read label instructions of LULICONAZOLE before using.
• Always wash your hands before and after using LULICONAZOLE. Rub LULICONAZOLE gently on the skin.
• LULICONAZOLE use of application and duration depends upon the condition that you are using for. Speak with your doctor for more details.
• If you are using LULICONAZOLE on the face avoid contact with the eyes. If you accidentally get LULICONAZOLE in your eye, wash it out with cold water. If you start to notice any problems with your eye contact your doctor immediately.
• Avoid applying LULICONAZOLE to other areas of your body other than what your doctor prescribed you for.
• Avoid applying more or less of LULICONAZOLE. Always apply LULICONAZOLE as prescribed by your doctor.
• LULICONAZOLE is not recommend for children and adolescents, below 18 years of age.
• Do not hesitate to contact your doctor if you are experiencing such as red and lumpy skin rash, difficulty breathing, swelling of mouth, face, lips or eyelids, unexplained high temperature. This may be signs of allergic reaction.
• Always keep your doctor informed about the ongoing medication or the ones which you have taken in the past, including over-the-counter medicines, vitamins and herbal medicines.
FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
Q. How does LULICONAZOLE work? A. LULICONAZOLE is an antifungal that belongs to the azole class. LULICONAZOLE works by inhibiting the enzyme lanosterol demethylase. Lanosterol demethylase is needed for the synthesis of ergosterol, which is a major component of the fungus cell membrane. This helps in stopping growth of fungus.
Q. What is athlete's foot, how does LULICONAZOLE treat athlete's foot? A. Athlete's foot is also called tinea pedis. It is a contagious fungal infection that affects the skin on the feet, also can spread to the toenails and the hands. This fungal infection is called athlete's foot because it's commonly seen in athlete's. LULICONAZOLE inhibit the growth of fungi and helps in treating Athlete's foot.
Q. What is jock itch, how does LULICONAZOLE treat jock itch? A. Jock itch, most commonly known as Tinea cruris, is a fungal infection of the skin. Jock itch belongs to a group of fungal skin infections called tinea caused by mold-like fungi, which are known as dermatophytes. These fungi live on the skin as well as on the hair and nails. They can multiply quickly and cause infections when they're allowed to thrive in warm, moist areas which leads to jock itch that usually develops in the skin around the groin, inner thighs, and buttocks. Jock itch is commonly seen in men and adolescent boys. This infection causes a rash that often itches or burns. The affected areas can also be red, scaly or flaky. LULICONAZOLE inhibit the growth of fungi and helps in treating Jock itch.
Q. What is ringworm, how does LULICONAZOLE treat ringworm? A. Ringworm is also known as tinea. Ringworm is a fungal infection of the skin. Ringworm infection can affect both animals and humans. This infection initially cause red patches on affected areas of the skin and later spreads to other parts of the body. The infection may affect the skin of the scalp, groin, feet, beard, or other areas. LULICONAZOLE inhibit the growth of fungi and helps in treating ringworm.
Q. Which organism does cause interdigital tinea pedis, tinea cruris and tinea corporis? A. Trichophyton rubrum and Epidermophyton floccosum these fungi causes above infection and which LULICONAZOLE fight against and eradicate infection.
Q. How to store LULICONAZOLE? A. Store at 20°C to 25°C away from heat and sunlight. Do not freeze it. Keep out of the reach and sight of the children.