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|Generic Name||Butenafine Hcl 1% 15gm|
Fintop cream is a topical treatment for patients with a variety of fungal skin infections such as athlete’s foot, jock itch, and ringworm. It contains the active ingredient antifungal agent, Butenafine hydrochloride, which belongs to the class of drugs known as antifungals. The class of drugs works well to prevent the growth of fungus. The antifungal preparation is also useful in treating tinea versicolor, also called pityriasis, a fungal infection that causes darkening of the skin of the arms, chest, and legs. The topical drug is for external use only. If irritation occurs on applying the medication, discontinue treatment and talk to your dermatologist. Your dermatologist will prescribe appropriate therapy that helps you to get rid of the fungal infection.
Before using Fintop solution, notify your dermatologist about the history of allergic reaction with Butenafine or other antifungal agents like naftifine or terbinafine. Before using this antifungal cream, tell your dermatologist your medical history, especially of athlete’s foot. During pregnancy, this medication should be used under the supervision of a health care expert. Discuss the risk and benefits of using Butenafine solution with your dermatologist. Also, consult your dermatologist before breastfeeding while receiving topical therapy.
Many people using Fintop cream do not have side effects. Irritation, redness, itching, or burning at the application site may occur while using Fintop cream. If any of these side effects stay or worsen, notify your doctor. Immediately visit your doctor’s place if you have serious side effects such as swelling or blistering at the application site. A severe allergic reaction is rare; however, it is essential to inform your doctor about severe allergic reactions such as trouble breathing, dizziness, itching, or swelling of the face, throat and tongue. If you notice any other unwanted effect, contact your doctor.
Apply Fintop cream on the skin only. Clean and dry the area to be treated with topical medication. A pea-size amount is sufficient to apply on and around the affected area. Gently rub in the medicine usually 1 to 2 times daily as instructed by your dermatologist. If you are not sure about how much or how often you need to apply to get rid of the fungal infection, please don’t hesitate to speak to your dermatologist. If you got a prescription for Butenafine HCL cream, then follow the guidelines given on your prescription. Check with your dermatologist if you are uncertain about any information regarding the usage of the medicine. Wash your hands after each application. Do not cover the treated area with bandage or clothing unless directed by your doctor. Do not let the medication get into your eyes, mouth, or inside the vagina. If you get it in those areas, rinse with plenty of water. Your dermatologist will prescribe the best dosage that helps to control your fungal infection. Usually, the dosage and duration of the treatment depend on the type of infection being treated and the severity of symptoms.