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Numark Clotrimazole cream is a topical treatment for fungal infections like thrush and athlete’s foot. Each gram of this cream contains 10mg of clotrimazole, which you can apply to your skin to ease your irritation and other symptoms.
Fungal infections are common infections which happen when the natural balance of the good and bad bacteria which live on your skin is disturbed. When given the right conditions, fungi can thrive and cause fungal infections in your skin. When you have a fungal infection, then some of the most common symptoms you’ll experience include itching, irritation, and soreness or pain in the affected area. There are lots of different types of fungal infections, such as:
Clotrimazole is the active ingredient in this product and it works as an antifungal treatment. This means it combats the fungi that cause fungal infections like thrush and athlete’s foot. This treats the infection and helps to ease your irritating symptoms quickly and effectively.
If you’re using any other medication, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist before using clotrimazole cream. Some medications can interact, causing unwanted side effects or making your medication less effective.
Clotrimazole cream is often used with another antifungal medication, fluconazole tablets. These two treatments can work together to ease your symptoms while treating your fungal infection (such as thrush) quickly and effectively. Make sure to speak to your doctor before using these medications together, so you can be sure that the combination is safe for you.
If you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, you should speak to your doctor or pharmacist before using this product. Some medications may not be suitable for you or your baby at this time and a medical professional will help you to choose a medication that’s best for both of you.
Clotrimazole cream can cause damage to condoms if you or your partner have used it on your genital area. If you have thrush, then be aware that it can be transferred to your partner during sex, and the symptoms of thrush could make sex painful or uncomfortable, so you may want to avoid it until your infection has gone. If you do decide to have sex, make sure to use protection other than condoms if you want to prevent pregnancy.
Squeeze a thin layer of cream to the affected area and rub in gently. Do this 2 – 3 times a day until your infection has completely passed, which will usually take 2 – 4 weeks depending on the condition you are treating. A strip of cream which is about half a cm long should be enough to cover an area around the side of a hand. If you are using this product to treat athlete’s foot, make sure that you wash and dry your feet thoroughly before use, paying special attention to the area between your toes.
Do not use clotrimazole cream if you are allergic to clotrimazole, any of the other listed ingredients, or any similar medications. For external use only, avoid contact with eyes, mouth, or other sensitive areas. Do not suddenly stop using clotrimazole, as this may cause the symptoms of your infection to come back.
Like all medication Numark Clotrimazole cream can have side effects, although not everyone will experience them. If you experience any of the following side effects, you could be experiencing a severe allergic reaction, and should stop use and seek medical assistance immediately:
Other side effects you may experience while using this product include:
If you experience these or any other side effects while using this product, stop use and speak to your doctor or pharmacist. For more information about reporting the side effects of medication, please see the MHRA’s Yellow Card Scheme.
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The active substance is clotrimazole. Each gram of cream contains 10 mg of clotrimazole (i.e. 1% w/w).
The other ingredients are Sorbitan Stearate, Polysorbate 60, Cetyl Palmitate, Stearyl Alcohol, Cetyl Alcohol, 2-Octyldodecanol, Benzyl Alcohol and Purified Water.
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