Oxiqon cream

Oxiconazole Nitrate Cream  - The cream medication belongs to the class of drugs named antifungals and is primarily in the treatment of fungal skin infections. The application of the cream treats fungal infections of the skin such as dhobie itch, ringworm, dry and flaky skin, thrush, jock itch, and athlete's foot. The tissue is impacted by a fungus, which then spreads infection and causes a fungal infection of the skin. The dosage and duration of Oxiconazole Nitrate cream will depend on the severity of your fungal infection and skin response to the given treatment. 

Working Mechanism of Oxiconazole Nitrate cream 

The cream medication consists of Oxiconazole as its main ingredient Oxiconazole is used to treat fungal skin infections. It kills fungi by creating holes in their cell membranes. As they inhibit the entry of undesirable substances and the leakage of cell contents, fungal cell membranes are crucial for the life of the fungus. By doing so, it eliminates the fungus infection.

Take the Oxiconazole Nitrate cream as directed by your doctor. You are encouraged to take Oxiconazole Cream for as long as your doctor has prescribed it for you, based on your medical condition. Certain typical side effects, like dry skin, skin irritation, burning feeling, skin blisters, and skin peeling, may occasionally occur. The majority of these Oxiconazole Cream adverse effects go away with time without the need for medical intervention. However, please see a doctor if the adverse effects worsen or persist. The best Oxiconazole Nitrate cream is available with the brand name Oxiqon cream by Scot Derma in top-notch quality. Scot Derma is the leading PCD Pharma Franchise Company in India and is also known as the manufacturer and supplier of Oxiconazole Nitrate cream in PAN India. 

Oxiconazole Nitrate Cream Uses

  • Used to treat a variety of fungal skin infections 
  • Treat fungal skin infections such as dhobie itch, ringworm, dry and flaky skin, thrush, jock itch, and athlete's foot.

Possible Side Effects of Oxiconazole Cream 

The usage of this cream medication is considered highly effective in treating a variety of fungal infections. Although the application of this cream is mostly safe, in some highly unlikely cases, it can cause some side effects. The side effects of the cream medication are very rare to appear and mostly resolve on their own after some time. However, do consider calling your doctor, if you feel that the side effects are persistent and you are worried about them. 

Some of the most common side effects of Oxiconazole Nitrate Cream may include:

  • Dry skin
  • Burning sensation
  • Skin irritation
  • Skin peeling
  • Blisters on skin

Expert Advice for the Cream 

Some of the precautions and warnings to keep in mind about Oxiconazole Nitrate Cream are:

  • Below mentioned are some suggestions for maintaining personal hygiene:
  • Use soap to wash your hands both before and after using the cream.
  • Don't let anyone use your clothes or towel.
  • To avoid infection, always dress in clean clothing.
  • Regardless of how you feel, complete the entire course of treatment with this cream medication.
  • It could take a few weeks for the infection to go go, and it might take many months for the skin to return to its normal color.
  • Apply a quantity of cream that will cover the afflicted area and 1 inch of the nearby skin.
  • Keep it away from your eyes, nose, and mouth. If you unintentionally become exposed, immediately rinse with lots of water.
  • If the infection has not disappeared, tell your healthcare provider.

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Q. What precautions are necessary while applying Oxiconazole Nitrate Cream?

Always wash your hands completely before and after using Oxiconazole cream. Before using Oxiconazole, infected feet should be carefully cleaned and dried, paying specific attention to the space between the toes. Every day, it should be gently massaged into the affected areas in the shape of a thin, uniform layer.

Q. For how long should one need to continue applying Oxiconazole Nitrate Cream?

The type of infection determines how long the treatment will last. For tinea infections, the treatment is often prolonged for one month, and for candida infections, at least 15 days. Even if you feel better, do not discontinue the medication on your own because the infection may return since it takes time for the fungus to be entirely eradicated.

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