the package insert of the medicine Clotigen. Active principles Clotrimazole.
In the treatment of dermatomicoses, ringworm interdigital, mycoses of the skin and folds of skin ( tineas ); tinea versicolor; erythrasma.
When should I not use?
The use of CLOTIGEN is contraindicated in patients with a history of hypersensitivity to the drug, and the other agents, antifungal agents from the group of imidazole and any of the components of the formula.
should Not be used for processes in the eye.
How to use?
Apply in the region infected, 2 to 3 times a day , and continue treatment for a few more days, after the disappearance of symptoms.
Period the usual treatment:
Dermatomicoses: 3-4 weeks.
Erythrasma: 2-4 weeks.
Pityriasis versicolor: 1-3 weeks.
What are the evils that can cause me?
In rare cases, may occur reactions of the skin ( stinging, redness, sensation of stinging and burning ). No action systemic is expected with the application of the local, as in studies of absorption is not detected measurable quantities in the plasma.
Warnings and Precautions
what should I know before using?
Even though the injury has totally disappeared, the treatment
should not be discontinued before the time stated by the doctor.
Pregnancy: experimental and clinical Studies have shown no evidence of harmful effects to the mother and to the child caused by the use of CLOTIGEN during pregnancy; however, in its first three months, CLOTIGEN should not be used without medical advice.
what to do if someone use a larger amount than is recommended?
Applied topically to the CLOTIGEN practically it is not absorbed, having been found the absorption levels of plasma lower than 0.015 mcg/ml. There are no known reports of overdosage with the drug.