Desonide 0.05% Cream also called Desonide .05 is mainly used in treatment of terrible skin disorder like eczema. It comes with multiple forms including cream, ointment, gel and lotion. Desonide can relieve the itchiness and inflammation in your skin. Here we discuss how to use it properly, as well as go into some adverse effects that you may experience.
Some medical circumstances may interact with Desonide Cream. Tell your physician or pharmacist if you are in some conditions as below:
* You are pregnant, planning to turn into pregnant, or are breast-feeding
* You are taking some medications no matter prescription or nonprescription
* You are allergic reaction to medicines or other substances
* You have some skin condition
How To Use
Use Desonide cream only on the skin!
First of all, wash your hands with soap. Before start applying the cream, clean and try to dry the affected area as the best you can. Apply a thin layer of the cream to the affected region and rub in gently, usually 2-3 times everyday – ask your physician about how many times daily . If you using the gel, put on the gel usually its only 2 times daily but ask the doctor for your needs. Don’t put any kind of bandage on the area unless you have instructions to do so after you have consulted with your doctor. If used in the diaper area on an little child , do not use tightly fitting diapers or plastic pants…..
After you apply the cream or gel , wash and dry well your hands, unless you are using this cream/gel to treat the problems on your hands. When using the medication near the eyes, avoid getting it in the eyes as for this could aggravate or cause glaucoma, or cause skin / eye irritation. As well, you should avoid putting the medication in the nose or mouth! If you get this medication by accident in your eyes, nose, or mouth, rinse instantly with plenty of water for a couple of minutes.
Apply this medicinal drug exclusively for the condition that prescribed by the doctor.
Note : You must tell your doctor if your condition hangs on or worsens after 2 weeks of using this medication.
Here are some side effects that can happen to you when you are using the Desodine cream. The effects are not serious but if you see any negative effects contact your doctor. Desonide could induce burning, stinging, itching, or redness while you first time put the cream on your skin.
This will go away in a couple of days as your body adjusts to the cream. Acne and excess hair growing may as well occur. If any of the effects persist or get worsen in a longer period of time, inform your doctor. Remember that the doctor has prescribed this medication as the benefit to you is bigger than the risk of side effects…. A lot of people using this Desonide cream do not have serious side effects. Contact your doctor immediately if any of these unlikely but serious effects happen: skin discoloration, skin thinning or stretch marks. Skin infections could become worse when using this medication but that happens only in a small percentage of people who using this cream. Appropriate antibiotic or antifungal treatment should be begun if you have a skin infection.
Consult with your physician as well. Advise with your health provider if redness, swelling or skin irritation does not improve. A very serious allergic reaction to this drug is highly unlikely, but seeks immediate medical attention if this happens to you. Symptoms of a serious allergic reaction could include: rash, itching, swelling, severe dizziness, trouble breathing. If you notice any other effects that are not listed above, contact your physician or pharmacist and consult with him.