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About Mometasone Cream
What is Mometasone cream used for?
Mometasone Cream is a topical corticosteroid used to reduce inflammation, redness, and itching caused by various skin conditions, including eczema, psoriasis, and certain types of dermatitis.
How do I apply Mometasone Cream?
Mometasone Cream should be applied as a thin layer to the affected skin area. Always follow the instructions provided by your healthcare professional or included with the medication. It's generally recommended for once-daily use.
Can Mometasone Cream be used on the face?
While Mometasone Cream can be used on the face, it should be done so only under the guidance of a healthcare professional due to the sensitive nature of facial skin. Avoid contact with the eyes or mouth.
Can children use Mometasone Cream?
Yes, Mometasone Cream can be used in children, but always under the supervision of a healthcare professional. However, long-term use in children should be avoided due to the risk of affecting their growth and development.
At Access Doctor we do not prescribe any of our treatments for use in under 18-year old. We recommend that you consult your own GP or dermatologist for more advice on treatment for children.
Are there any side effects of Mometasone Cream?
While most people do not experience side effects, some may include skin irritation, burning, itching, or dryness at the application site. More serious side effects are rare but can include stretch marks, skin thinning, or changes in skin color. If any of these occur, consult with your healthcare professional immediately.
Can I use Mometasone Cream while pregnant or breastfeeding?
If you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding, you should discuss the use of Mometasone with your healthcare professional. It should be used during these periods only if clearly needed and under medical supervision.
Do I need a prescription for Mometasone Cream?
Yes, Mometasone is a prescription medicine, so you will need a prescription from a prescriber to obtain it.
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