Candid B Cream

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karthika Says:

What would happen if candid b cream is accidentally ingested?

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David Says:

Candid B is a local "skin application" that consists of Clotrimazole and betamethasone; it is effective for localized fungal infections such as Ring worm. I don't think ingesting the cream is a very good idea to say the least and may even cause more harm than good since it is not an oral medication.

Keep in mind that Candid B is not effective in widespread fungal infections. For wide spread fungal infections one would need to take "oral" anti-fungal treatments. In addition, it is not very effective in fungal infection of the nails.

As far as side effects go, Clotrimazole and Betamethasone can cause skin irritation. Some people can get allergic reactions but it is quite rare. Mild burning sensation, redness, and itching can also occur.

I hope this info helps!

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Malty Says:

Is candid B lotion useful for nail fungus? I have dark and raised toe nails. Is this lotion good for me to use?

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nayan Says:
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Can I use candid b cream for pimples on my face? Are there any side effect that could occur?

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trendsetter Says:
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I have a thick layer of nail but it doesn't hurt & I know it is an infection. I just want to get rid of it, ughhh. Will Candid-b cream help get rid of a nail infection?

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Sheena Says:

Is candid-b dusting powder safe to use near the vaginal area, in case of normal vaginal itching?

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Nens Says:
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I have had an ingrown toenail for a week now and I think it has somehow rotted inside. Can I apply candid B cream?

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Ram Says:
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I have an upper lip infection and want to find out if I can use candid b cream on my lips?

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