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Foban Cream: Foban cream is a topical treatment for bacterial skin infections. It could be used for an abrasion that is infected. ...Read more
Can foban cream be applied to wound on face. The main point is will it slow down the healing process? I want the wound to heal as soon as possible thx
Mometasone and fusidic acid cream prescribed on face...should I use it on face. Will it trigger some reaction.?? Or will it turn my skin dark??
Why are you on it?: Why were you prescribed it? Ask again, and clarify please. ...Read more
Not recommended: As harmless as an antibiotic cream might seem, it is actually absorbed into the skin and the rest of the body. That means different germs 'see' this medication and can generate resistance to it - which may be an issue down the road. (Hopefully never but you can't predict the future). Better to find out what exactly is causing the rash and base your treatment on that. A dermatologist may be of help ...Read more
I've just used Fusidic acid cream under the penile skin and just realised its over a year old. Seal open, will I be okay?
Yes: Just get a new prescription for your next dose ...Read more
Is foban cream good for facial skin healing. I have wound on the face and the doctor gave me foban cream for usage. Is foban cream good for heal? Thx
Will foban delays the time of scabbing of a wound on face? I want the wound to have scab as soon as possible. Soshould I use foban cream or do nothin?
Wrong question: Throw away the foban. A scab is NOT desirable for best healing. Lubricate with vaseline or Aquaphor. Water is good for it. No antibiotic or antiseptic is of the slightest benefit except as lubrication. They may cause allergic reactions. Wounds heal better without any of them!!!! ...Read more
I had cut in corner of mouth. Antifungal cream didn't heal. Fusidic acid cream's working (3 days using). When can I stop using it? Can I kiss my bf?
Cuts are other thing: Angular cheilosis or cuts in the corner of the mouth can be fungal, can be caused by a vitamin deficiency, can be caused by an overclosed bite or dentition, or a number of problems. If the antifungal cream was used for 2 weeks and did not work may assume that it is the wrong medication or it is not fungal. An Oral Surgeon should be seen. ...Read more
Had cut in corner of mouth. Antifungal cream didn't heal. Fusidic acid cream's working (3 days using now). When can I stop using it? Can I kiss my bf?
When it is healed: Keep using the cream and don't kiss until the cut heals. Probably will take 5-7 days. If it doesn't heal or keeps breaking open, see your doctor. Good luck! ...Read more
I've allergic react on my face dt fusidic acid cream. There is red patches ;my derm gave me steroid cream, syst antiallerg ;can this leave any hyperpigm?
Depends on skin type: In hungary you are probably a lower fitzpatrick score type 1 or 2 and you should be able to tolerate any skin abuse. Red patches should clear up and leave no problem if this is an allergic response. Hyperpigmentation usually occurs secondary to an invasive skin procedure like chemical peel, cosmetic laser. ...Read more
My son went to the gp recently. They told us to let him use fusidic acid cream for his nose bleed. His nose is red and and looks infected. What shall do?
Follow Up: If a patient is getting worse on a treatment then the treating physician needs to know. ...Read more
I'm 17 weeks pregnant and I used Fucidin cream 2% (fusidic acid) inside my vagina on a sore about 4-5 times. Will it harm my baby?
Vag Administration: The amount of systemic absorption of this drug is likely low so I don't think you're doing much or any harm, especially at 17wks when the fetus has already formed all of is organs/structures. Animal studies and many years of clinical experience suggest that fusidic acid does not cause birth defects. ...Read more
Please consult the link given below and pick one that is readily available. If you do not see a good response in a week, consult your doctor.
http://www. Webmd. Com/skin-problems-and-treatments/tc/ringworm-of-the-skin-medications
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Practice safe sex.
Get HPV vaccine. ...Read more
What would make the vaginal area itch? And how do I treat it? It just started, I've cleaned it and tried a cream but it still iches
Vaginal itching can be due to a vaginal yeast infection, or an allergy to a new product. What cream did you try? Do you have a discharge? Odor? These questions need to be answered along with a physical exam.
Good luck. ...Read more
Had herpes 18yrs ago, I was treated and never came back. I saw yesterday I have two sores, I have a steady boyfriend. What cream can I use and sex?
Talk to your doctor: You would have to talk to your doctor for a cream or pill to take for the outbreak. Once you have the virus, you always have it, you just didn't appear to have an outbreak for quite some time. There are no creams or anything over-the-counter, only by prescription. Also, you should not have intercourse while you are having a breakout. ...Read more
Stop the cream: Most such creams tend to irritate the skin and even induce peeling. You need to either dilute it. Use it less frequently, or stop using it altogether. ...Read more
I have used cream forhair staitening which causes its falling and roughness how. Can I treat thiis?
Hair issues: Not sure what cream you used. Chances are the effects are reversible once it's been discontinued. I assume you're no longer using it. Just wait until your hair starts regenerating on its own. ...Read more
Fungal Infections: It contains isoconazole nitrate and used in the treatment of fungal infections of hairless and hairy skin, eg in the region of the hands, the interdigital spaces of the feet, and in the inguinal and genital regions ...Read more
Creams may not help: A boil is a collection of pus under the skin. Most of the time, they either come to a head and drain all by themselves, or a doctor needs to lance it (a procedure called I&D, or Incision and Drainage) for it to go away. Sometimes if there's lots of redness and pain around it you also need antibiotic pills. This is especially important if you have a fever. Please see a doctor as soon as you can. ...Read more
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