Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm
SYSTOPIC LABORATORIES LTD
Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm belongs to a class of drugs called 'antifungal' primarily used to treat fungal nail infections. Fungal infection occurs when a fungus invades and affects the tissue on the skin. Symptoms of a fungal infection include skin rash, irritation, redness, and scaling of the skin.
Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm contains 'Amorolfine' that works by stopping producing a chemical called 'ergosterol' in fungi that causes nail infection. Without ergosterol, the fungus cannot survive. As a result, infection-causing fungi die.
Use Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm as suggested by your doctor. Common side effects of Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm may include dry skin, itching, redness, or burning sensation of the skin. Most of these side effects of Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm do not require medical attention and gradually resolve over time. However, if the side effects persist or worsen, please consult your doctor.
If you are pregnant or a nursing mother, it is advised to consult a doctor before using Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm. If you use Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm in topical form, avoid smoking or going near naked flames as Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm catches fire and burns easily. If you are using any steroidal cream, lotion or ointment, inform your doctor before taking Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm to adjust the dose.
Fungal nail infection
Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm is an antifungal that is primarily used to treat fungal infections of nails and skin such as ringworm, jock itch and athlete’s foot, seborrheic dermatitis (dry, flaky skin on face, scalp, chest, upper back, or ears) and pityriasis (a type of skin rash that causes scaly, discoloured patches on chest, back, legs and arms). The fungal cell membranes are essential for their survival as they prevent unwanted substances into the cells and stop the leakage of cell contents. Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm causes holes in the fungal cell membranes and kills fungi. Thereby, clears fungal infection and provides relief from cracking, burning, scaling and itching of the skin caused due to infections.
Before using Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm, let your doctor know if you have a history of liver diseases, adrenal gland problems, cataract, glaucoma, diabetes or allergic reactions to any medicine ingredient. Let your doctor know if you plan to become pregnant or already pregnant and a lactating mother. Studies show that there may be harmful effects on the baby; hence Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm should be used with caution in pregnancy under your doctor's supervision. If you apply Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm to breasts or nipple for treatment, wash it off while nursing your baby. Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm is for external use only, so avoid contact with the eyes, the mouth, or intravaginally. Notify the doctor if there is no improvement after one week of treatment for tinea cruris or tinea corporis or two weeks for tinea pedis. When using Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm in the groin area, patients should use the medication for two weeks only. Prolonged use of Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm may cause hormonal suppression, Cushing's syndrome, hyperglycemia (increased blood sugar level), and glucosuria (high sugar in urine) in some patients. Apply sunscreen (SPF 30 or higher) whenever you go outdoor in the sunlight.
Drug-Drug Interaction: Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm may interact with respiratory-related medicines (budesonide, formoterol), drugs treating HIV/AIDS (ritonavir, cobicistat) and corticosteroids.
Drug-Food Interaction: No drug-food interactions found/established.
Drug-Disease Interaction: Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm should not be given in patients with a history of allergic reactions to clotrimazole and betamethasone, have diabetes, liver diseases, cataract, glaucoma, adrenal gland problems, and hormonal problems.
No interaction found/ established. Please consult your doctor before using Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm.
Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm is Category C pregnancy drug and is given to a pregnant woman only if the doctor thinks benefits outweigh risks.
There is limited data on how Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm affects breastfeeding. Please consult your doctor before starting Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm. However, if nursing mothers apply Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm to their breasts for treatment, it is advised to wash the affected area thoroughly before breastfeeding the baby.
Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm does not influence on the ability to drive or use machines.
If you have any concerns regarding the use of Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm in patients with Liver problems, please consult a doctor.
Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm is safe for patients with kidney disease if prescribed by a doctor.
Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm is to be used on children below 12 years of age only when prescribed by the doctor.
It is advised to reach out to your doctor if the fungal infection symptoms persist or worsen after two treatment weeks. Before applying Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm, clean and dry the affected area. Avoid contact of Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm with nose, mouth or eyes. If Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm comes in contact with these areas accidentally, rinse with water thoroughly. Do not wash the treated areas for a minimum of 3 hours after you apply Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm.
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Fungal infection is a skin disease in which a fungus attacks the tissue and cause infection. Fungal infections may be contagious (spread from one person to another). Ringworm is a common fungal infection of skin or scalp contagious and causes a rash resembling a worm in a ring shape. Jock itch (also known as tinea cruris) is a fungal infection of the skin that causes an itchy, red rash in warm and moist areas of the body such as the groin, buttocks, and inner thighs. Athlete’s foot (also known as tinea pedis) is a fungal infection that usually starts between the toes, especially in people who have extremely sweaty feet and wear tight-fitting shoes. It occurs most commonly in athletes. It causes itching, burning, or stinging sensation due to a scaly rash. Seborrheic dermatitis is a skin condition that causes an itchy rash with dry, flaky scales on the skin that contains oil glands such as the scalp, face, back, and upper chest. Fungal infection in nails happens when there is an overgrowth of fungi in, under, or on the nail. Fungal infections usually occur in toenails than fingernails, likely because toes remain under shoes, in a warm, moist environment.
Amrosys 0.25%W/W Cream 30gm
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