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Loprox

No Prescription

Loprox cream, lotion, and topical solution are prescribed for the treatment of the following fungal skin infections:

- Tinea Versicolor--Infection Of The Skin That Is Characterized By Brown Or Tan Patches On The Trunk.;
- Fungal Infection Of The Groin (Jock Itch);
- Fungal Infection Of Non-Hairy Parts Of The Skin;
- Candidiasis (Yeastlike Fungal Infection Of The Skin);
- Athlete'S Foot;

Loprox gel is prescribed for athlete's foot, fungal infections of the non-hairy parts of the skin, and certain scalp inflammations (seborrheic dermatitis of the scalp).

Side Effects

Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any develop or change in intensity, inform your doctor as soon as possible. Only your doctor can determine if it is safe for you to continue using Loprox.

When Loprox gel is applied to the scalp, about 15 to 20 percent of patients feel a temporary burning or stinging sensation.

Dosage

ADULTS

Gently massage Loprox into the affected and surrounding skin areas 2 times a day, in the morning and evening. For most infections, improvement usually begins within the first week of treatment. People with tinea versicolor usually show signs of improvement after 2 weeks of treatment.

CHILDREN

Safety and effectiveness of the cream, lotion, and solution have not been established in children under 10 years of age (16 for the gel).

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