About Fucibet: The leading manufacturer for Fucibet Cream is known as Leo Laboratories. The main active ingredient is Fusidic Acid and Betamethasone Valerate. It is available in 15mg, 30mg, and 60mg regarding strength. The Fusidic acid contained in the cream fights the bacteria. Betamethasone is a type of steroid that reduces the swelling, redness and itchiness on the affected parts of the skin. These combinations work best together to help alleviate the problem.
How to use Fucibet
Always read the information as provide in the leaflet before using it. This should give you enough information on how it works and the possible side effects that you need to watch out for. Only patients with skin infections such as eczema should use the medicine. It should not be applied on open wounds since betamethasone may cause more adverse effects.
After washing the area around the skin, this cream is applied gently on the inflamed parts. Ensure that you rub it until the cream disappears. Use a scalp applicator as provided since hands tend to harbor more germs. It is not advisable to use betamethasone on open wounds of broken skin. Use it once or twice a day depending on the instructions from the doctor. Do not use a bandage to cover the affected areas unless you are advised to do so.
Fucibet Side Effects
The patient may get the following side effects; burning sensations on the skins, appearances of permanent stretch marks, acne, the growth of hair on the area of application, discoloring of the skin, severe eczema, sudden appearance of varicose veins and dermatitis.
Always ensure that your dermatologist is aware of the other prescription drugs you are currently using. In case you buy it over the counter, ask the chemist whether it is safe to take with other medicines.
In case you have ever experienced any allergic reaction when using the cream, you should also inform him/her so that an alternative to this drug can be found. Do not overdose on the cream. Instead, if the condition fails to improve, then you can consult your dermatologist to prescribe another drug for you.
Even if your friend or a loved one is experiencing the same symptoms, you should not share this cream with them. This is because you are in a position to tell the severity of the problem.
If a child accidentally swallows the cream, rush him/her to the nearest health facility so that it can be eliminated from his/her system in good time. Once the treatment or healing process is complete, you can take the tube back to the pharmacist to help you dispose of it. This is because the remaining cream in the tube may cause harm to other living organisms if it is dumped.
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