Eberconazole & Mometasone Cream
Eberconazole Mometasone cream is an anti-fungal cream used to treat fungal and yeast skin infections. Fungal skin infections are caused by fungus. It can be of different forms- athlete’s foot, ringworm, or Candidiasis. These infections may or may not be contagious depending on the type.
There are certain symptoms that are common to all types of fungal infections. These include redness of the skin, scaling and itching, swelling, and skin redness.
Eberconazole Mometasone cream is a combination of two medications- eberconazole and Mometasone. Eberconazole inhibits the formation of fungal wall covering which leads to the stoppage of their growth whereas Mometasone prevents the release of chemicals that cause inflammation and redness at the infected site.
Eberconazole Mometasone cream is used only for external purposes. Clean the affected area and thoroughly dry it before applying. Apply the cream to the affected region usually twice a day or as directed by your doctor. Do not overuse this medication as it may lead to an increased risk of side effects. Do not discontinue its use until the doctor suggests the same. This may cause the fungus to regrow and increase the risk of infection relapse.
In case of accidental contact with the eyes mouth or nose, immediately rinse with water. Contact your doctor for more details on the usage.
Certain side effects may occur while using this medication. most of them are self-cured as the body adjusts to the medicines whereas others may require medical attention from the doctor. These include
Consult your doctor if these side effects last longer and make the condition worst.
Question: Can I use this cream to treat blisters?
Answer: Eberconazole mometasone cream is used as an anti-fungal to treat fungal infections. If the blisters have occurred as a symptom of fungal infection, then you can apply it. For more details, consult your doctor.
Question: Should we cover the affected with band-aids to promote quicker healing?
Answer: Do not wrap the infected area with bandages or cloth until the doctor has prescribed so. This may lead to the spreading of the infection.
Question: Which class does Mometasone belong to?
Answer: Mometasone belongs to the category of steroids and reduces itchiness and inflammation.
Question: Is it safe to use this cream on children?
Answer: Eberconazole mometasone cream should be used cautiously in children with reference to the doctor’s prescription.