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Pasitrex® Ointment

Skin Care Pasitrex Ointment (Generic) Generic drugs, marketed without brand names, contain the exact same active ingredients used in their brand-name counterparts, but cost significantly less. The drugs are required to meet US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) standards for safety, purity and effectiveness.
Pasitrex Ointment

Plaque psoriasis is treated using a synthetic vitamin D derivative ointment called Pasitrex® 0.005% Ointment. This ointment can be used on both adults and children older than 6 years of age. It is possible to take it by itself or in conjunction with a number of different medications.


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Pasitrex ® Ointment What kind of merchandise is this exactly? Psoriasis can be treated with the topical medicine Pasitrex Ointment, which is available through your doctor. It accomplishes this by slowing down the pace at which new skin cells are produced. This helps to lessen the appearance of the scaly, red areas on the skin. Use of this medication in excess of what is indicated can lead to hypercalcemia. On the other hand, if medication is stopped, this state returns to normal really rapidly. This medication frequently causes a side effect known as skin irritation, although it is not severe and clears up very fast. Notify your physician if the symptom continues for an extended length of time. PASITREX OINTMENT SIDE EFFECTS Dry skin Irritation of the skin Itching Burning feeling Stinging feeling Rash, or a reddening of the skin INSTRUCTIONS FOR USING PASITREX OLDER This drug is solely intended for topical application. Use it in the dose and for the amount of time that was recommended by your healthcare provider. Before beginning usage, make sure to read the instructions on the label. After washing and drying the afflicted region, apply the ointment and massage it in carefully. After application, you should wash your hands unless the hands themselves are the afflicted region. HOW PASITREX OINTMENT WORKS The medication known as "anti-psoriatics" includes the topical ointment known as Pasitrex, which contains a synthetic version of the vitamin D. It does this by slowing down the pace at which skin cells reproduce, which in turn brings the psoriatic condition under control. PASITREX OINTMENT RELATED WARNINGS Alcohol There was no evidence of any evidence for any interaction. Pregnancy It is possible that using Pasitrex Ointment while pregnant might be harmful to the baby. Even though there aren't many studies done on people, research done on animals has proven that there are negative impacts on the growing infant. Before prescribing it to you, your physician will consider both the advantages and any possible hazards that may be involved. Please visit your doctor. Lactation The usage of Pasitrex Ointment is most likely safe for women who are nursing. Although there are few studies involving humans, it appears that the medication does not pose a major risk to the unborn child. Driving There was no evidence of any evidence for any interaction. Kidney There was no evidence of any evidence for any interaction. Liver There was not discovered or proved to be any interaction. WHAT SHOULD YOU DO IN THE EVENT THAT YOU MISS A DOSE OF PASITREX OINTMENT? If you forget to apply your Pasitrex Ointment at a scheduled time, apply it as soon as you remember. Nevertheless, if it is almost time for your next dosage, you should ignore the missed dose and go back to your normal schedule. If it is almost time for your next dose, however, you should not take it. It is not recommended to double the dose. Professional Advice Inform your physician if you are nursing, are pregnant, or are intending to become pregnant in the near future. If you are breastfeeding and have been instructed to use this medication, you should avoid getting it anywhere near your breasts. If you are undergoing therapy with ultraviolet (UV) light, you should let your doctor know before beginning to use calcipotriol. During this phase of therapy, it is important to limit your time spent in direct sunlight. Before beginning treatment with calcipotriol, you should discuss your medical history with your primary care provider if you have been diagnosed with a form of psoriasis known as "generalized pustular psoriasis" or "erythrodermic exfoliative psoriasis." Calcipotriol should not be applied to the face, since this is not suggested.


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