Fourderm Cream belongs to the glucocorticoid class of solution, working as a steroid. It treats the different rheumatic issues, for example, rheumatoid joint inflammation (rheumatoid arthritis) and systemic lupus erythematosus. Get to know how Fourderm Cream works, its side effects, precautions, and contraindications where Fourderm Cream is not suggested.
More importantly, used to treat gingivitis in gums, skin ailments including dermatitis and psoriasis, allergic maladies, e.g. asthma and angioedema, certain blood issue, as well as some eye and skin conditions.
Active ingredients in Fourderm Cream consists of Chlorhexidine Gluconate Topical (0.20% w/w), Miconazole Topical (2% w/w), Clobetasol Topical (0.05% w/w), and Neomycin Topical (0.5% w/w). It is produced and distributed by Cipla Ltd.
How Fourderm Cream works?
Clobetasol Topical is a topical corticosteroid a mitigating medication. It works by diminishing the itching, redness, and swelling caused by different skin conditions.
The fourderm cream works by restraining the development of microorganisms, initiating the phospholipase A2 inhibitory proteins, delivering the antifungal impact, and maintaining an antimicrobial action.
Uses and benefits of Fourderm Cream
Fourderm cream is applied to control, prevent, and heal following ailments and conditions:
- Vaginal yeast infections
- Vulvovaginal candidiasis
- Redness, dryness, itching, and skin swelling
- Minor scalds
- Infection before any surgical process
- Dental plaque and bacteria
- Eye infections
- Cracked and infected skin
- Blisters due to sunburn
- Dryness, redness, inflammation, and itching of the scalp
- Bacterial and fungal infections on the skin
- Napkin rash
- Skin Cleansing
- External ear infections
This cream is only for external usage. Utilize it as per the dose and schedule prescribed by your dermatologist. Check the label for guidelines before applying. Clean and dry the influenced territory and apply the cream.
Side effects of the Fourderm
- Severe side effects may comprise of an increased danger of infection, muscle weakness, serious allergic reactions, and psychosis.
- Other reactions can be rashes, burning, swelling, redness of the skin, itching, and blisters.
- The cream usually brings about increase in the hair growth, skin sensitivity and dryness.
- Utilizing Fourderm Cream for quite a while can cause adrenal inadequacy.
Contraindications with cream
Avoid the use of Fourderm Cream if you are affected by the following conditions and diseases:
- Suffering from meninges
- Genital area
- Preoperative skin
While applying this cream following precautions must be taken:
- Suspending the solution all of a sudden after a long-term use might be risky. Gradually stop the usage.
- Abstain from swallowing or inhaling.
- Do not use if you have intense as well as systemic parasitic contamination.
- If you have a direct contact of the cream with eyes, quickly wash the eyes and contact a specialist as soon as possible.
- Use cautiously in case the patient is an elderly individual.
- Use cautiously in patients especially females, who have as of late underwent a thyroid test.
- Better attempt it on alternate nights till two weeks prior to applying it consistently as this cream can cause skin irritation on using for the first time.
- Try not to expose your skin to the sun as it might cause sunburns that can lead to the skin darkening, rapid exposure can peel the skin.
- One should read about each and every element of this cream to guarantee that they are not allergic to you.
- A pregnant person or wanting to get pregnant should use with caution.
- If the person is breastfeeding then use it with an alert.
- This solution ought not to be given to newborn children.
Storage of Fourderm Cream
Store solutions at room temperature, far from direct sunlight and heat. Avoid freezing of the cream unless required for packaging purposes.
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Ms. Nikita Saraswat graduated as a gold medalist in B. Pharma from Uttar Pradesh Technical University in 2012. Subsequently, she has earned a Master in Pharmacology from Council of Scientific Research – Indian Institute of Toxicology Research, Lucknow (CSIR-IITR). She currently serves as an Assistant Professor as well as pursuing a Ph.D. in Pharmacology. Nikita is also a passionate author who loves to keep herself updated with the latest advances in medicine and health. She regularly publishes her writings on medicine at HealthClues and has also published various research papers and healthcare books in reputed publications including the Bentham Science Journal, UGC and Clarivate Analytics indexed journals.