Can using expired nystatin cream hurt me?

Probably not, Unless has been opened and exposed to bacteria that shouldn't be in there. Nystatin is anti-fungal and does not kill bacteria. So if it has been lying around for long period of time, probably best getting a new tube.

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Effects of nystatin cream?

Anti-fungal. Nystatin is an antifungal cream used for topical, skin yeast infections, such as athlete's foot, groin itch, etc. Side effects are minimal, but as with everything else, could get an allergic reaction to it. Read more...
The "effect" of . Nystatin is to treat fungus and yeast infections. I'm not sure if you're really asking about side effects, which are generally an allergic rash, which is very rare. All medicines have a risk that must be outweighed by the benefits. Sometimes, it's not an easy decision depending on the patient, the problem, and the treatment. Read more...

Can you use 10 year's old nystatin cream?!?

Not recommended. I'd strongly suggest not using a cream/ointment that is long-expired ... As the excipients in the cream may have degraded by now. See your doctor for a new prescription. Read more...

Has anyone suffered from bad side effects from nystatin cream?

Very unusual. Nystatin is an antifungal cream used for topical, skin yeast infections, such as athlete's foot, groin itch, etc. Side effects are minimal, but as with everything else, could get an allergic reaction to it. Read more...