Terbocet 1% Tube Of 10gm Cream
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Terbocet 1% cream is an antifungal cream containing Terbinafine, applied to the skin and is used to treat fungal skin infections like athlete's foot, jock itch, ringworm (red, itchy, and circular-shaped rashes with clear skin in the middle affecting the skin, scalp, or nails), and so on. The dose you are given will depend on your condition and how you respond to the treatment. Do not stop the medications abruptly without consulting the doctor. If you observe any severe side effects, inform the doctor immediately. Store the cream in a cool and dry place....
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Uses of Terbocet 1 %
- Fungal skin infections
Contraindications of Terbocet 1 %
- Allergy to terbinafine or any other excipient
- Liver disease
Side effects of Terbocet 1 %
- Skin itching
- Skin peeling
- Skin redness
- Dry skin
- Burning sensation at the application site
- Change in skin colour
- Abnormal liver enzyme
- Taste change
Precautions and Warnings of Terbocet 1 %
Can I apply Terbocet 1% cream during pregnancy?
Terbocet 1% cream may be safe in pregnancy. Limited human trials and animal research claim that it might not be harmful to the baby. Your physician will confirm the benefits over the risks before prescribing.
Can I apply Terbocet 1% cream while breastfeeding?
Terbocet 1% cream is most likely safe to use during breastfeeding. According to limited human data, the medicine appears to pose no harm to the infant. Ensure your baby's skin should not come into direct touch with the gel. Terbocet 1% cream may expose the baby to the ill effects if they lick it.
Can I drive if I have applied Terbocet 1% cream?
Terbocet 1% cream is safe while driving.
Can I consume alcohol if I have applied Terbocet 1% cream?
Yes. The use of Terbocet 1% cream is safe. There is no evidence of Terbocet 1% cream and alcohol interactions.
Other General Warnings
Talk to your doctor if
- You have symptoms of hepatobiliary dysfunction
- You have signs of cholestatic hepatitis
- You feel changes in the ocular lens and retina
- Your blood reports show neutropenia
- You are diagnosed with Stevens-Johnson syndrome
- You develop toxic epidermal necrolysis
- You feel temporary burning, itching or redness at the application site
- You are using other prescription or non-prescription medication
- You are allergic to terbinafine or any other excipient of the medication
Mode of Action of Terbocet 1 %
How Does It Work?
Terbocet 1% cream is a topical antifungal cream used to treat skin infections. It acts by damaging the cell membrane of the fungi on the skin, killing them. The membranes of fungal cells are critical for their survival because they prevent undesired substances from entering the cells and stop the leakage of cell contents. Terbocet 1% cream destroys fungus by creating holes in their cell membranes. As a result, the fungal infection is eradicated....
Directions for Use of Terbocet 1 %
- Wash your skin with a gentle cleanser and pat it dry before applying Terbocet 1% cream
- Clean and dry the skin that has been affected thoroughly
- After that, apply a thin layer of Terbocet 1% cream to the affected skin
- Unless the Dermatologist specifies otherwise, do not cover the area after applying the lotion
- Apply Terbocet 1% cream thoroughly and cover the region with a sterile covering if the infection is discovered under the breasts, between the fingers, in the buttocks, or on the groin
- Take care not to get the Terbocet 1% cream in your eyes, nose, or mouth
- Depending on the intensity of the symptoms, Terbocet 1% cream usually takes a few days to work
- Regular usage of the Terbocet 1% cream or stopping it before the time restriction expires increases the risk of infection recurrence
Interactions of Terbocet 1 %
Interactions with other medicines
- Concomitant terbinafine increases cyclosporine clearance by 15%
- Rifampin enhances terbinafine clearance by 15%
- Cimetidine (33%) and terfenadine 16%) reduce terbinafine clearance
- Terbinafine clearance is decreased by terfenadine
Interactions with food items
There are no food interactions of Terbocet 1% cream. However, if you are using Terbocet in oral form (tablets), you should avoid meals containing chocolate and caffeine, cocoa beans, tea, coffee, cola, and energy drinks. This may enhance the side effects of caffeine....
Storage and disposal of Terbocet 1 %
- Terbocet 1% cream should be kept in a cool, dark area away from direct sunlight and heat
- Make sure it's out of reach of children and that they don't apply it on their skin
- Check the expiration date on the Terbocet 1% cream before using it
- To avoid harming the environment, make sure to properly dispose of any unused Terbocet 1% cream tubes
- Keep away from children and pets
Dosage of Terbocet 1 %
Unless Terbocet 1% cream is used in large quantities for a long time, an overdose is unlikely to induce symptoms. Overdose symptoms include burning, stinging, itching, and stretch marks in rare cases. Call your doctor or rush to the nearest hospital in case of accidental ingestion immediately....
Missed a Dose
If you miss a dose, apply the missed Terbocet 1% cream dose as soon as you remember. Do not apply twice the amount of cream at once.
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)
Q: How long does it take Terbocet 1% cream to work on the skin?
A: Terbocet 1% cream is an antifungal cream that works on the skin to treat fungal skin infections. The treatment can last anywhere from one to two weeks, depending on the fungal skin infection. The dermatologist may opt to continue the treatment based on the patient's response to the medicine. You will see benefits within a few days, but you must use Terbocet 1% cream for the entire duration of the prescription to completely cure the fungal infection. Continue to use. Terbocet 1% cream until you've completed the course. Treatment for diverse fungal infections typically lasts 1 to 2 weeks, with the option of a 4-week extension. The risk of infection recurrence increases if the Terbocet 10gm cream is stopped before the prescribed time. Please contact your dermatologist if your symptoms do not improve within the time range provided.
Q: Does Terbocet 1% cream make my skin more photosensitive?
A: Yes, Terbocet 1% cream can make your skin more sensitive to the sun. As a result, avoid or limit your exposure to the sun and sunlamps. To prevent sunburn, use sunscreen and wear protective clothing when going outside. However, please see a dermatologist if you have unusual sun sensitivity or a rash while using Terbocet 1% cream.
Q: Now I'm feeling much better. Can I discontinue using Terbocet 1% cream?
A: Even if you feel better, do not discontinue using Terbocet 1% cream. Before the illness improves, your symptoms may improve. As a result, it is recommended that you continue your treatment for the entire term specified. So you should not discontinue using Terbocet 1% cream without first visiting your dermatologist since this could result in a recurrence of infection. As a result, use Terbocet 1% cream for as long as your dermatologist prescribes, and if you have any problems while using Terbocet 1% cream, contact your dermatologist.
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