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Active ingredient: 1 g cream contains 1 mg hydrocortisone-17-butyrate.
Excipients: Polyethyleneglycol cetosteryl ether, cetostearyl alcohol, soft white
paraffin, paraffin, propyl parahydroxybenzoate (E216), benzyl alcohol, anhydrous citric acid, anhydrous
trisodium citrate and deionized water
1. What is LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) and what is it used for?
LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) is an adrenal cortex (outer part of the adrenal gland) hormone
(corticosteroid) and the itching, redness or skin rash seen in some skin disorders.
It quickly reduces symptoms such as flaking.
Corticosteroids usually do not cure the underlying disease.
The cream makes the skin disorder less moist.
LOCODERM, (Generic Locoid) is available in 15 g and 30 g tubes. White, homogeneous cream
is in view.
LOCODERM, (Generic Locoid) responsive to corticosteroids and not caused by microorganisms
in the treatment of inflammatory, allergic and itchy conditions of dermatoses (all kinds of skin diseases)
2. Before you use LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) (Generic Locoid)
DO NOT USE LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) (Generic Locoid) in the following conditions
If you have a skin infection caused by bacterial, viral, fungal, yeast or parasitic infections
if you have a disorder (these disorders may be exacerbated or masked),
If you have acne with skin rash,
If you have sores or fish skin disease (ichthyosis)
If the skin around the mouth can be caused by your previous corticosteroid treatment.
if you have a skin disorder such as inflammation, possibly streaking skin, thin blood vessels, rash on the soles of children's feet, if you are hypersensitive (rare) to hydrocortisone 17-butyrate or any of the other ingredients of LOCODERM (Generic Locoid). In addition, some of the contents of “LOCODERM (Generic Locoid)
See section "Important information about excipients".
USE LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) (Generic Locoid) CAREFULLY in the following conditions
The skin of the face, genitals, and skin folds are particularly sensitive to corticosteroids and should be treated with caution.
If you use LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) under bandages or dressings, on large skin surfaces, or in children, you should be examined by your doctor.
LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) should not be applied to the eyes or eyelids.
Long-term use of corticosteroids over large areas in children should be avoided.
You should consult your doctor if the skin disorder recurs quickly after prolonged treatment with LOCODERM (Generic Locoid).
If these warnings apply to you, even at any time in the past, please consult your doctor.
Using LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) with food and drink
No data available. Consult your doctor or pharmacist before using this pregnancy medicine. Use of high doses of corticosteroids may cause growth retardation in the unborn child.
If you notice that you are pregnant during your treatment, consult your doctor or pharmacist immediately.
Consult your doctor or pharmacist before using this medication.
LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) can be used by nursing mothers if the treatment is short-lived and the product is applied to small areas. Breastfeeding is not recommended during long-term treatment or when treating large areas. Driving and using machines There is no information that LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) affects your ability to drive or use machines; However
The drug is not expected to have any effect.
Important information about some excipients in the content of LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) Cetostearyl alcohol in the content of LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) may cause local skin reactions (such as contact dermatitis). LOCODERM' (Generic Locoid)
Propyl parahydroxybenzoate (E216) contained in the content of the product may cause allergic reactions (possibly delayed).
LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) contains benzyl alcohol. However, no adverse effects are expected due to the way of use.
Concomitant use with other drugs
There are no known interactions.
If you are currently using or have recently used any prescription or nonprescription medication
If you have used it, please inform your doctor or pharmacist about them.
3. How to use LOCODERM (Generic Locoid)?
Instructions for proper use and dose/frequency of administration
LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) contains more oil than normal and is therefore suitable for skin diseases where the skin is partly dry and partly moist.
Do not apply more than 1 to 3 times a day on the diseased skin, unless your doctor tells you otherwise. If your complaints decrease, your doctor may recommend that you use LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) less frequently.
In general, you should use no more than 1-2 tubes of 30 grams of LOCODERM (Generic Locoid) per week.