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BRAND LISTING - Fucidin H Cream (Fusidic Acid/Hydrocortisone)
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2%/1%

FUCIDIN H CREAM (FUSIDIC ACID/HYDROCORTISONE)

Fucidin H Cream Description

Dealing with skin conditions such as eczema or psoriasis can be bothersome and time consuming enough, but when the itching and scratching causes a break in your skin, you may need an antibiotic to treat a secondary infection as well.

Staphylococci are bacteria that live on your skin and, for the most part, never cause a problem. But when eczema or psoriasis flares up, scratching may cause a lesion. Bacteria become a problem as they easily find a way inside through the abrasion and cause pain along with the redness and inflammation already present from the flare-up. Your doctor may recommend Fucidin H Cream which contains Fusidic Acid and Hydrocortisone.

How This Combination Fusidic Acid/Hydrocortisone Drug Works

Fusidic Acid enters the bacterial cells and interferes with their ability to produce the proteins required for them to divide and multiply. This action does not kill the bacteria but reduces their numbers to eliminate the infection.

Hydrocortisone works like your own naturally produced corticosteroid called cortisol. As it is absorbed into your skin cells, it prevents the release of inflammation-causing chemicals that are usually sent in response to an irritation or allergy, including an eczema or psoriasis flare-up. The inflammation and itch are relieved and the remaining bacteria will die off. Fucidin H Cream is not a cure for eczema or psoriasis, but will provide respite from these skin symptoms and secondary bacterial infections.

Conditions Treated by Fucidin H Cream

Eczema flare-ups can be caused when soaps, perfume, certain metals, or cosmetics come into contact with your skin and an itchy, red rash develops. The idea is to stop the itching as soon as you can so you are less likely to scratch the area; this reduces the risk of infection. Knowing what triggers these reactions can help you avoid flare-ups.

Psoriasis is an autoimmune condition that causes an unwarranted immune response by signaling T cells (white blood cells) that there is a present danger. Other immune responses are set off and swelling occurs. This also leads to a faster turnover and the creation of new skin cells faster than your old skin cells can slough off, resulting in the raised patches of scaly skin. Eczema and psoriasis are not contagious and can be easily maintained with topical creams or lotions. Should an infection occur, ask your doctor about Fucidin H Cream.

Before You Apply Fucidin H Cream

Ask your doctor’s advice before applying Fucidin H Cream if you are pregnant, may become pregnant, or are breast feeding. Discuss other medical conditions and allergies with your doctor and list any OTC or Rx drugs you take, including herbal remedies and dietary or vitamin supplements. This allows your doctor to determine if Fucidin H Cream is right for you.

Fucidin H Cream Precautions

If after seven days your infection and symptoms have not improved, visit your doctor before applying more Fucidin H Cream. Be careful not to get Fucidin H Cream in your eyes, nose, or mouth as it can cause irritation. Do not bandage or cover the treated area unless instructed to do so by your doctor as this increases the absorption rate and the risk of side effects.

Possible Side Effects of Fucidin H Cream

  • Dry skin
  • Irritation
  • Burning sensation

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