|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|1 Cream||US$ 7.00||US$ 7.00|
|3 Cream||US$ 4.67||US$ 14.0033%US$ 21.00|
|6 Cream||US$ 3.67||US$ 22.0048%US$ 42.00|
T Bact 7.5 gm cream is used in the control, treatment, improvement and prevention of the following disease and symptoms:
Skin infection caused by bacteria
The cream is used to treat several other skin conditions also. The drug is available in the form of a cream. The topical formulation works by killing certain bacterial infections and stops the growth of bacteria by blocking protein synthesis and thereby fighting infection. T Bact is manufactured by GSK, India.
There are various medicines which can interact with T Bact 7.5 gm Cream. It is best to tell your doctor about the medicines you are taking or applying so that he can check for drug interaction. Drug interaction can change the way medicine work. Hence, it is important to check for a drug interaction before using the medicine.
Things to remember
— The medicine should be stored in a cool and dark, and dry place away from children
— It should be used only to treat bacterial infections as it is ineffective against viral and fungal infections.
— The medicine should not be shared with anyone else, even if the person suffers the same symptoms.
— The medicine should be used only for specified purposes and not for any other purpose.
— Even after applying the medicine for a long, if the symptoms remain the same, you must visit your doctor again.
Mention your doctor if you are allergic to the main ingredient Mupirocin or any other drug ingredient or have renal impairment. Also, mention if you are pregnant or planning to be pregnant, breastfeeding mom, or have other skin/health issues etc.
The commonly reported side effects of T Bact 7.5 gm Cream are Stinging, Burning, pain, itching, and rash. There may be other side effects as well. If the side effect persists for long or becomes serious, you need to check yourself by a doctor.
The medicine comes in an ointment form to be applied in the prescribed quantity to the affected area. The medicine should be applied normally three times a day. The recommended dose depends on several factors, such as the severity of the condition, response to treatment, patient age, and so on. It is best to consult your doctor before using the medicine.
Wash your hand properly with soap and water before applying the medicine. Clean the area properly, take the prescribed dose of the medicine, and apply it to the affected area.
The medicine should be applied for the entire prescribed period. It should not be stopped in between. Stopping the treatment mid-way can result in a reoccurrence of the infection.