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Lulirx Cream 50 gm

Lulirx Cream 50 gm

Manufacturer/Marketer

Cadila Pharmaceuticals Ltd

Consume Type

TOPICAL

Return Policy

Not Returnable

Expires on or after

Jan-25

About Lulirx Cream 50 gm

Lulirx Cream 50 gm belongs to a class of drugs called antifungals primarily used to treat fungal infections of the skin like ringworm, jock itch, and athlete’s foot. Fungal infection is a skin disease in which a fungus attacks the tissue and causes infection. Fungal infections may be contagious (spread from one person to another). Ringworm is a common fungal infection of the skin that is contagious and causes a rash resembling worm in a ring shape. Jock itch causes an itchy, red rash in the groin, buttocks, and inner thighs. Athlete’s foot usually starts between the toes and causes itching, burning, or stinging sensation due to a scaly rash.

Lulirx Cream 50 gm contains Luliconazole, an antifungal that works by causing holes in the fungal cell membranes that are essential for their survival as they prevent the entry of unwanted substances into the cells and stop the leakage of cell contents. Thus, it kills fungi and clears the infection.

Lulirx Cream 50 gm is only for external use. Take a small amount of Lulirx Cream 50 gm on the finger and apply it as a thin layer on the clean and dry affected area. Avoid contact of Lulirx Cream 50 gm with nose, mouth, eyes, or vagina. In case Lulirx Cream 50 gm comes in contact with these areas accidentally, rinse with water thoroughly. Some people may experience redness, swelling, irritation, or burning sensation of skin at the site of application. Most of these side effects of Lulirx Cream 50 gm 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 allergic to Lulirx Cream 50 gm or any other medicines, please tell your doctor. If you are pregnant or a nursing mother, it is advised to consult a doctor before using Lulirx Cream 50 gm. Lulirx Cream 50 gm is not recommended for children below 12 years to treat athlete’s foot or jock itch but may be used in children above 2 years to treat ringworm if prescribed by a doctor. If you have any allergies to preservatives, foods, or dyes, inform your doctor before taking Lulirx Cream 50 gm.

Uses of Lulirx Cream 50 gm

Treatment of Fungal infections

Medicinal Benefits

Lulirx Cream 50 gm is an antifungal that is primarily used to treat fungal infections of the skin such as ringworm, jock itch and athlete’s foot. The fungal cell membranes are essential for their survival as they prevent the entry of unwanted substances into the cells and stops the leakage of cell contents. Lulirx Cream 50 gm 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.

Directions for Use

Lulirx Cream 50 gm is only for external use. Take a small amount of Lulirx Cream 50 gm on the finger and apply as a thin layer on the clean and dry affected area and surrounding skin. Avoid contact of Lulirx Cream 50 gm with nose, mouth or eyes. In case Lulirx Cream 50 gm comes in contact with these areas accidentally, rinse with water thoroughly. Wash your hands before and after using Lulirx Cream 50 gm if hands are not the affected area to prevent the spread of infection.

Storage

Store in a cool and dry place away from sunlight

Side Effects of Lulirx Cream 50 gm

  • Redness, swelling, irritation or burning sensation of skin at the site of application. 

Drug Warnings

If you are allergic to Lulirx Cream 50 gm or any other medicines, please tell your doctor. Lulirx Cream 50 gm is not recommended for children below 12 years to treat athlete’s foot or jock itch but may be used in children above 2 years to treat ringworm if prescribed by a doctor. Avoid contact of Lulirx Cream 50 gm with nose, mouth, or eyes as it may cause irritation. In case Lulirx Cream 50 gm comes in contact with these areas accidentally, rinse with water thoroughly. If you are pregnant or a nursing mother, it is advised to consult a doctor before using Lulirx Cream 50 gm. If you have any allergies to preservatives, foods, or dyes, inform your doctor before taking Lulirx Cream 50 gm.

Drug Interactions

Drug-Drug Interaction: No interactions found.

Drug-Food Interaction:  If you are taking any herbal supplements, vitamins or OTC medicines, inform your doctor.

Drug-Disease Interaction: No interaction found.

Habit Forming

No

Diet & Lifestyle Advise

  • Regularly change your socks and wash your feet. Avoid shoes that make your feet sweaty and hot.
  • In wet places such as changing rooms and gym showers, don’t walk barefoot to prevent fungal infections.
  • Do not scratch the affected area of the skin as it can spread the infection to other body parts.
  • Avoid sharing towels, combs, bedsheets, shoes, or socks with others.
  • Wash your bed sheets and towels regularly.

Special Advise

  • Before applying Lulirx Cream 50 gm, clean and dry the affected area.

  • Avoid contact of Lulirx Cream 50 gm with nose, mouth or eyes. In case Lulirx Cream 50 gm comes in contact with these areas accidentally, rinse with water thoroughly.

Disease/Condition Glossary

Fungal infection: It is a skin disease in which a fungus attacks the tissue and causes infection. Fungal infections may be contagious (spread from one person to another). Ringworm is a common fungal infection of the skin or scalp that is 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.

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Alcohol

Caution

Interaction of alcohol with Lulirx Cream 50 gm is unknown. Please consult a doctor before consuming alcohol with Lulirx Cream 50 gm.

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Pregnancy

Caution

Lulirx Cream 50 gm is a Category C pregnancy drug and safety is unknown. Please consult a doctor if you are pregnant or planning for pregnancy.

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Breast Feeding

Caution

It is unknown whether Lulirx Cream 50 gm is excreted in human milk. Please consult a doctor before using Lulirx Cream 50 gm while breastfeeding.

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Driving

Safe if prescribed

Lulirx Cream 50 gm usually does not affect your ability to drive or operate machinery.

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Liver

Caution

If you have any concerns regarding the use of Lulirx Cream 50 gm in patients with kidney problems, please consult a doctor.

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Kidney

Caution

If you have any concerns regarding the use of Lulirx Cream 50 gm in patients with kidney problems, please consult a doctor.

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Children

Caution

Lulirx Cream 50 gm may be used in children above 2 years to treat ringworm if prescribed by a doctor.

Country of origin

India

Manufacturer/Marketer address

Sarkhej-Dholka Road, Bhat, Ahmedabad-382 210, INDIA.
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FAQs

Lulirx Cream 50 gm is used to treat Fungal infections.
Lulirx Cream 50 gm contains Luliconazole, an antifungal that works by causing holes in the fungal cell membranes that are essential for their survival as they prevent the entry of unwanted substances into the cells and stop the leakage of cell contents. Thus, it kills fungi and clears the infection.
Yes, fungal infection is a contagious skin condition which spreads from one person to another through direct skin to skin contact or by contact with contaminated soil or surfaces and infected animals. Therefore, it is recommended to avoid close direct contact until the infection is clear and avoid sharing things with the infected person as it can also spread the infection.
Yes, Lulirx Cream 50 gm may cause allergic reactions in some people. It is not necessary for everyone using Lulirx Cream 50 gm to experience allergic reactions. However, if you notice a skin rash, difficulty in breathing, swelling of lips, face, throat or tongue, please consult a doctor immediately.
Lulirx Cream 50 gm is not recommended for children below 12 years to treat athlete’s foot or jock itch, but Lulirx Cream 50 gm may be used in children above 2 years to treat ringworm. However, please consult a doctor before using Lulirx Cream 50 gm for children.
You are recommended to use Lulirx Cream 50 gm for as long as your doctor has prescribed it. However, if the condition worsens or persists after 1 to 2 weeks of treatment with Lulirx Cream 50 gm, please consult a doctor.
No, you are not recommended to stop using Lulirx Cream 50 gm without consulting your doctor as it may cause recurring infection. Therefore, take Lulirx Cream 50 gm for as long as your doctor has prescribed it, and if you experience any difficulty while taking Lulirx Cream 50 gm, please consult your doctor.

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