Oxistat is a medication that is categorized under the drug class topical antifungals. Oxistat is used in the treatment of a skin fungal infections. This is verified through Oxistat"s ability to stop the growth and development of fungi on the surface of skin. The affected area should be cleaned prior to application.
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Oxistat is a prescription medicine that is used in treatment of skin infection brought by fungi infestation. Oxistat is an azole antifungal and prevents further growth of fungus. Oxistat treats fungal infection by clearing symptoms and signs of the skin condition. Oxistat medication should never be taken orally; it is to be applied on infected skin area only as it is a topical cream and not for ophthalmic, oral, or intravaginal use. For best results, Oxistat should be used regularly. Below you will find the uses of Oxistat.
- Athlete"s foot
- Jock itch
- Pityriasis (tinea versicolor)
Oxistat is a psoralen in the form of a lotion or cream and should be applied exactly as prescribed by your health provider. Dosage may vary depending on the result of your diagnosis and on how you respond to the treatment. It is not safe to change your dosage or stop using Oxistat before first talking to your physician. The recommended dosage is as follows.
- Jock Itch and Ringworm: Apply a thin film of Oxistat on the affected area(s) and surrounding area(s) once to twice in a day for two weeks
- Athlete"s Foot: Apply a thin film of Oxistat on the affected area(s) and surrounding area(s) once to twice in a day for four weeks
- Skin infections: Apply a thin film of Oxistat on the affected area(s) and surrounding area(s) once a day for two weeks
Oxistat Side Effects
Oxistat has different results varying from one individual to another. Remember that Oxistat is a prescription medicine and you should follow instructions from your health provider even when symptoms disappear. Sudden stoppage of administration of Oxistat can cause a recurrence of the symptoms. Some undesired effects are due to oxiconazole topical, the active ingredient in the medication. If you experience any persistent side effects consult your health provider immediately. Common side effects associated with Oxistat include the following. Note that not all possible side effects are listed.
- Burning sensation
- Skin redness
- Skin rashes
- Skin blisters
- Excessive skin dryness
Like any drug, Oxistat may interact with other drugs and substances. Interactions with Oxistat can lead to a different functioning of this medication. Interactions can also cause severe further adverse side effects and may be unfavorable to the user. It is important to inform your personal physician of any prescription and non-prescription medicine including short-term medications such as antibiotics that you may be using before beginning this medication. Oxistat should not be applied with other forms of medications unless your physician approves its use. Below you will find a list of drugs that may interact with Oxistat. Note that not all possible interactions are listed.
- Over-the-counter drugs
- Medications that contain the active ingredient oxiconazole topical
- Herbal supplements