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Mupirocin calcium cream 2%

hopefully a cream that can be used for Roshea; a reddness that appears on the checks or t zone of the face. please send me what info u are able to find. Thanku, desperatly waiting. stephanie ## am about to start using Mupirocin Calcium Cream for a staff infection,and on the prescription page it says may interact with a dietary supplement.(metamucil.) which I use every day. can you tell me if its o.k. to take these two every day. thanks. ## Mupirocin is an antibiotic, so it will only help conditions that have been caused by a bacterial infection. Has your doctor prescribed it to treat rosacea? Jo, if you are using the topical cream, there shouldn't be any problem, but it would be best to check with your doctor, or pharmacist to be sure. Its typical side effects may include skin redne...

mupirocin ointment 2%

what is mupirocin ointment 2% ## I met with an accident and had deep wounds on the leg(half cm).The dressing was initially done with betadine but i could not see much improvement in would healing process.The doctor then asked me to use T-bact(2% mupirocin).would like to know whether this would be useful in healing.also would like to know the mechanism of action of this ointment.secondly,i applied ointment thrice. and i see that the ointment is accumilated (not absorbed)in the wound(in the groove) and i am finding it difficult to clean it it ok if it remains that way.Is there an efficient method of cleaning it up. ## It is an antibiotic ointment that is used to treat, or prevent topical skin infections. The FDA lists its typical side effects as possibly including skin redness, rash...

t bact ointment

Can t-bact ointment be applied for active acne? Or any other type of acne? ## T-Bact contains the active ingredient Mupirocin, this is an antibiotic that is used topically, most commonly used to treat MRSA. Has your doctor told you to use it for this? If not, it is not advisable to do so, because it is not to aid in the development of antibiotic resistant bacteria when used improperly. ## Hey thanks Verwon, for ur reply.. but yes my doctor has asked to apply dis n i hve been getting good result. ## i have mosquito bites all over my hands which is like a tiny tiny dots with some scratch marks. my sis-n-law suggested T Bact as she used it for her son and found it to be good. what should i do. use or consult a doctor ## i recently had an accident n i've got my skin peeled off near my r...

can i use mupirocin while taking methadone

I take 40 mg of methadone daily, have for 2 years. Can I use mupirocin while taking methadone? ## Hello, Lehigh! How are you? Yes, that should be fine, as long as your doctor approves. The FDA classifies Methadone as an opiate, so it has the potential to be habit forming and may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, drowsiness, dry mouth and constipation. Mupirocin is a topical antibiotic and its side effects are usually limited to skin reactions, such as redness, dryness and itching. Is there anything else I can help with?

can i use mupirocin and triamcinolone to treat bacterial skin infection

Can I use mupirocin and triamcinolone to effectively treat a bacterial skin infection ? ## What type of bacterial skin infection? Has it been confirmed by your doctor? Topical ointments are really only going to help with a topical infection, that would be one that's just on the very first layer of skin. Anything deeper than that is going to require a systemic antibiotic to eradicate, which means either taking it orally or by IV.

Mupirocin Ointment U S P

I had phimosis and got it operated. After one week of operation I myself started dressing with Mupirocin 2% ointment. I use the ointment once a day only. Am I using the correct ointment for dressing this kind of wound and how long should I use this ointment for dressing ?


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