- Oxiconazole side effects
- Oxiconazole side effects of oxiconazole
- Oxiconazole drug
- Oxiconazole effects of oxiconazole
- Oxiconazole used to treat
- Oxiconazole adverse effects
Oxiconazole is a prescription medication used to treat fungal skin infections such as ringworm, jock itch, and athlete's foot. Oxiconazole belongs to a group of drugs called imidazole derivative antifungals. These work by killing the fungi that cause infections on the skin.
This medication comes as a topical cream or lotion and is usually applied to the skin 1 to 2 times a day.
Common side effects of oxiconazole include itching, burning, and irritation of the skin.
Excipient information presented when available (limited, particularly for generics); consult specific product labeling.
Oxistat: 1% (30 g, 60 g, 90 g) [contains benzoic acid, cetyl alcohol, propylene glycol]
Generic: 1% (30 g, 60 g, 90 g)
Oxistat: 1% (30 mL, 60 mL) [contains benzoic acid, cetyl alcohol, propylene glycol]
Concerns related to adverse effects:
• Irritation: Discontinue if sensitivity or irritation occurs
• Appropriate use: For topical use only; not for ophthalmologic, oral, or vaginal use.