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Fucibet Cream 60g – Fucibet Cream 30g is a private prescription item. To purchase this item you must have a private prescription from your doctor or medical profession. If you require any help or assistance with purchasing Fucibet Cream 60g please contact our pharmacy team.
Fucibet contains two different types of medicine. One medicine is called fusidic acid. It is a type of antibiotic. The other medicine is called betamethasone valerate. It is a type of corticosteroid (steroid). These two medicines work at the same time in different ways. Fucibet works by:
Fucibet is used to treat:
Fucibet Cream 60g – Please take Fucibet Cream 60g as prescribed by your doctor or medical professional. Direction details will be available on your medication container. Always use Fucibet exactly as your doctor has told you. You should check with your doctor or pharmacist if you are not sure.
How to put on Fucibet: This medicine is only for using on your skin or the skin of a child. Do not swallow it. Do not put it inside your body. Remove the cap. Check the seal is not broken before you first use the cream. Then push the spike in the cap through the seal on the tube. Always wash your hands before using Fucibet. Rub the medicine gently on the skin. If you use it on your face be careful to avoid your eyes. Unless you are using the cream to treat your hands, always wash your hands after using Fucibet. If you accidentally get any medicine in your eye, wash it out with cold water straight away. Then bathe your eye with eyewash if possible. Your eye may sting. If you start to have any problems with your sight or your eye is sore, contact your doctor immediately.
How much Fucibet to use: Your doctor will tell you how much Fucibet to use. The usual treatment time is up to two weeks. Ask your doctor before using this medicine for any longer. You should notice your skin improve after just a few days of using the cream. If there is no improvement after 7 days you should stop using the cream and go back to your doctor.
Usually you should use this medicine twice each day. Use it in the morning and evening. To remind you to use the medicine it may help to use it when you do another regular action, such as brushing your teeth. If you have been told to cover the skin with any dressings or bandages you may not need to use the medicine so often. A nappy on a baby may act as a dressing. Follow the advice of your doctor.
Adults and children:Your doctor should tell you the dose that is right for you or the child. If your doctor has told you the amount of cream to use then keep to this advice. If not, the following guide will help you to use the correct amount. You can use your first (index) finger to measure how much Fucibet® to use. Squeeze the cream along your finger from the tip to the first joint as shown in the diagram. This is called a fingertip unit. The usual number of finger tip units you need to cover different parts of the body is shown in the diagrams. If you need to use a little more or a little less do not worry. If you are using the cream on a child still use an adult finger to measure out the fingertip unit.
If you forget to use Fucibet: If you forget to use this medicine, use it as soon as you remember. Then next use this medicine at the usual time. If you have any further questions about using this medicine, please ask your doctor or pharmacist.
Fucibet Cream 60g – Please contact your doctor or medical practitioner to understand more about the side effects of taking Fucibet Cream 60g.
Like all medicines, Fucibet can cause side effects, although not everybody gets them. Important side effects to look out for: You must get urgent medical help if you have any of the following symptoms. You may be having an allergic reaction:
Other possible side effects: Any of the problems listed below are more likely if the medicine is used for a long time, in large amounts or on skin folds (such as armpits or under breasts). These problems are more likely in babies and children. They are also more likely if the skin is covered with a dressing, bandage or nappy.
If any of the side effects become serious or you notice any side effects not listed in this leaflet, tell your doctor or pharmacist.
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