What is Lotriderm Cream?
Lotriderm is a combination drug used to treat fungal skin infections. Without treatment they often become inflamed. It is often due to skin conditions such as ringworm, jock itch and athlete’s foot. The combination of Clotrimazole (an antifungal) and Betamethasone (a corticosteroid) work better to treat fungal infections when used together. It is often recommended when other treatments fail to work.
Frequently Asked Questions About Lotriderm Cream
Lotriderm Cream works by reducing the growth of fungus and reducing the redness, itching and swelling that occurs with skin infections.
Lotriderm is only approved for use on clean, dry undamaged skin. Gently apply a thin layer on the affected areas of the skin and gently rub. The usual dose is once or twice a day depending on your doctor’s instructions.
Wash your hands after use unless the medicine is intended to treat your hands. Wear loose clothing on the area of treatment and do not wrap or bandage it unless recommended by your doctor.
If the cream makes contact with the mouth, nose, eyes or vaginal, wash the area carefully. Flush with water as it can cause irritation.
The duration of treatment depends on your Condition. Do not stop using the cream until your infection is finished. Symptoms can return if you end treatment prematurely. Inform your doctor if you experience adverse effects
Your doctor will let you know how long you should take it. Taking the medicine longer than recommended can increase your risk of experiencing side effects. Check with your doctor or pharmacist if your symptoms worsen or if there is no improvement in your condition.
All orders from Sunshine Pharmacy are delivered in the manufacturer's packaging and include a medicine information sheet. We ask that you carefully read this information sheet and call us if you have any questions or do not understand the document
Store at room temperature when not in use. Keep Out of reach from pets and children.
There are potential known drug interactions associated with Lotriderm Cream. You should disclose all of your current vitamins, supplements, OTC drugs, herbal products and all current prescription medicines. Our pharmacists will provide therapeutic screening for all orders against this supplied list.
Call your doctor or seek immediate medical attention if you experience an allergic reaction or drug interaction.
- Choline Salicylate
- Sodium Salicylate
- Ethinyl Estradiol
We do not list all possible known side effects.You may experience a side effect that is not provided here. If you find that you are noticing severe side effects call your doctor or one of our pharmacists for counseling and medical advice.
Your doctor will normally balance the benefits of treatment versus any possible adverse reactions. Please call us and speak to the pharmacist if you have concerns about buying Lotriderm Cream online
- Blistering, burning, itching, peeling, dryness, redness, or other signs of skin irritation
- painful or difficult urination
- redness and scaling around the mouth
- softening of the skin
- stomach pain
- unusual tiredness or weakness
- lower back or side pain
- eye pain
- burning, crawling, itching, numbness, prickling, "pins and needles", or tingling feelings
- change in vision
- decreased vision
- dry mouth
- full or round face, neck, or trunk
- reddish purple lines on the arms, face, legs, trunk, or groin
- blurred vision
The generic product is Clotrimazole - Betamethasone Dipropionate Cream.
This medication is “prescription required”. You cannot obtain this from a licensed pharmacy without one.
It is not ordinarily recommended to use it on your face. It may be applied on your face for no more than 5 days depending on your doctor’s instructions.
It may be used to treat yeast infections outside of the vagina. It is not recommended for use inside the body.
You should notice the results within 5 days. Contact your doctor if your symptoms persist longer than 5 days.
Lotriderm is used to treat rashes caused by fungus. Advise your doctor if you have symptoms for conditions that Lotriderm does not treat.
DISCLAIMER: The information provided here is intended as supplementary information to that provided by your doctor. The guidance provided by your doctor supersedes any information provided on the website. Do not avoid or disregard any counseling from your licensed medical professional based on this information.
If you have any medical questions that are not answered here, we do offer counseling from a licensed pharmacist.