Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 018737/001.

Names and composition

"EXELDERM" is the commercial name of a drug composed of SULCONAZOLE NITRATE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018737/001 EXELDERM SULCONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/TOPICAL 1%
018738/001 EXELDERM SULCONAZOLE NITRATE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 1%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
018737/001 EXELDERM SULCONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/TOPICAL 1%
018738/001 EXELDERM SULCONAZOLE NITRATE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 1%

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What is the best medication to cure athletes foot? prescription and/or non prescription..?
Asked by Lexie Mathisen 1 year ago.

Athlete's foot (tinea pedis ) is a fungal infection of the web of the toes (also called ring worm)..Most cases can be treated adequately with application of the following fungal ointments or creams. Generic name Trade name (British) Clotrimazole CANESTEN Econazole PEVARYL Ketocanozole NIZORAL Miconazole DAKTARIN Sulconazole EXELDERM Treatment may have to be continued for two weeks. Reinfection can occur after total cure. Depending on the country most of the above can be bought OTC. A treament of the past was Whitfield's ointment, which can be bought OTC. Dusting powders are not much effective. One cannot say what the best is , but if there is a failure of response another should be tried. Usually all these give a rapid cure. If the lesion is infected wit Bacteria , in addition an oral antibiotic has to be taken. Further you have to keep the feet dry most of the time. A hair dryer can be used for drying the feet properly. Answered by Eula Malinchalk 1 year ago.

Just use a foot powder...............the military has the best I'fe ever had..............but I just shower and dry my feet well and powder............and I have to wear white socks....any colored socks and it takes off in 4 hours on me........Probably due to showering with a lot of people in the military and lots of sports programs. Just clean and powder.....also just powder to dry the moisture up............good luck.......it works Answered by Coreen Budy 1 year ago.


Does anyone else agree that Blue Star Ointment BURNS like hell?
I've been using it for jock itch, and apparently it's been working... but the more I use it, the worse the burnings are. I tried using it for jock itch a second ago (undercarriage, not my scrotum) and it burned SO BAD that it had me reeling for 15 minutes on the bathroom floor. I want to say that I'll... Asked by Zora Wendell 1 year ago.

I've been using it for jock itch, and apparently it's been working... but the more I use it, the worse the burnings are. I tried using it for jock itch a second ago (undercarriage, not my scrotum) and it burned SO BAD that it had me reeling for 15 minutes on the bathroom floor. I want to say that I'll never use it again... but it worked so well the first time I used it. Is there a less painful way to alleviate itchiness and soreness than this stuff? It's like getting a 3rd-degree burn on your genitals. Answered by Quentin Jenniges 1 year ago.

If only one or two lesions exist, topical antifungal therapy is sufficient. You may be given a prescription for any of the following topical medications: Imidazoles (clotrimazole or Lotrimin, miconazole or Micatin, ketoconazole or Nizoral, econazole or Spectazole, oxiconazole or Oxistat, and sulconazole or Exelderm) Allylamines (naftifine or Naftin, terbinafine or Lamisil) Naphthiomates (tolnaftate or Tinactin) Substituted pyridines (ciclopirox olamine or Loprox) In addition, the doctor may prescribe a topical corticosteroid to help relieve the itching. It is never used as the only treatment in ringworm infections. Seriously infected or deep abscesses may require surgical drainage. Bacterial superinfections usually require antibiotics. Answered by Bette Daignault 1 year ago.

I couldn't have said it better just used it as well I wanted to pull my hair out! It burned my inside tigh close to my genitals like acid or something I couldn't take the burn and it kept getting hotter and hotter till it cooled down after 20 mins of hell Answered by Marvella Flewellen 1 year ago.

The bigger the star, the hotter the core. Though what's in the core of a star is the fourth state of matter: plasma. Frankly, plasma likes it hot. It wouldn't be plasma otherwise. Answered by Lannie Herstad 1 year ago.


What works good for athletes foot???
Asked by Hayley Laneaux 1 year ago.

The list of treatments mentioned in various sources for Athlete's foot includes the following list. Always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans. Antifungal creams or powders Good foot hygiene Drying the feet Avoid foot sweating Socks made of natural fibers Open shoes to allow airing the feet Oral antifungal medications - in severe cases Medications used to treat Athlete's foot: Note:You must always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans. Some of the different medications used in the treatment of Athlete's foot include: Clotrimazole Ketoconazole Apo-Ketoconazole Nizoral Nizoral A-D Novo-Ketocon Nu-Ketocon Betamethasone and Clotrimazole Lotrisone Lotriderm Butenafine Lotrimin Ultra Mentax Ciclopirox Loprox Penlac Econazole Ecostatin Spectazole Micostyl Pevaryl Lipogel Naftifine Naftin Oxiconazole Oxistat Oxizole Gyno-Myfungar Myfungar Sertaconazole Ertaczo Sodium Hypochlorite Solution Dakin's Solution Sulconazole Exelderm Terbinafine (topical) Lamisil Cream Tolnaftate Absorbine Jr. Antifungal Aftate Antifungal Blis-To-Sol Dermasept Antifungal Fungi-Guard Gold Bond Antifungal Tinactin Antifungal Tinactin Antifungal Jock Itch Tinaderm Ting Tip Tap Toe Pitrex Triacetin Myco-Nail Undecylenic Acid and Derivatives Fungi-Nail Answered by Sudie Panzarella 1 year ago.

Micatin cream . Be sure to wash and dry your feet . Especially between your toes. and change your socks often, If your sneakers are "well worn" wash them or treat yourself to new ones Answered by Tashina Woodgate 1 year ago.

Tenactin got rid of mine. Answered by Latasha Client 1 year ago.

tinactin or Drr scholls Answered by Emory Reichling 1 year ago.


What is the best medication to cure athletes foot? prescription and/or non prescription..?
Asked by Clarisa Diederich 1 year ago.

Athlete's foot (tinea pedis ) is a fungal infection of the web of the toes (also called ring worm)..Most cases can be treated adequately with application of the following fungal ointments or creams. Generic name Trade name (British) Clotrimazole CANESTEN Econazole PEVARYL Ketocanozole NIZORAL Miconazole DAKTARIN Sulconazole EXELDERM Treatment may have to be continued for two weeks. Reinfection can occur after total cure. Depending on the country most of the above can be bought OTC. A treament of the past was Whitfield's ointment, which can be bought OTC. Dusting powders are not much effective. One cannot say what the best is , but if there is a failure of response another should be tried. Usually all these give a rapid cure. If the lesion is infected wit Bacteria , in addition an oral antibiotic has to be taken. Further you have to keep the feet dry most of the time. A hair dryer can be used for drying the feet properly. Answered by Vikki Hillaire 1 year ago.

Just use a foot powder...............the military has the best I'fe ever had..............but I just shower and dry my feet well and powder............and I have to wear white socks....any colored socks and it takes off in 4 hours on me........Probably due to showering with a lot of people in the military and lots of sports programs. Just clean and powder.....also just powder to dry the moisture up............good luck.......it works Answered by Veronika Mcdaniels 1 year ago.


Does anyone else agree that Blue Star Ointment BURNS like hell?
I've been using it for jock itch, and apparently it's been working... but the more I use it, the worse the burnings are. I tried using it for jock itch a second ago (undercarriage, not my scrotum) and it burned SO BAD that it had me reeling for 15 minutes on the bathroom floor. I want to say that I'll... Asked by Garnet Creek 1 year ago.

I've been using it for jock itch, and apparently it's been working... but the more I use it, the worse the burnings are. I tried using it for jock itch a second ago (undercarriage, not my scrotum) and it burned SO BAD that it had me reeling for 15 minutes on the bathroom floor. I want to say that I'll never use it again... but it worked so well the first time I used it. Is there a less painful way to alleviate itchiness and soreness than this stuff? It's like getting a 3rd-degree burn on your genitals. Answered by Lowell Servis 1 year ago.

If only one or two lesions exist, topical antifungal therapy is sufficient. You may be given a prescription for any of the following topical medications: Imidazoles (clotrimazole or Lotrimin, miconazole or Micatin, ketoconazole or Nizoral, econazole or Spectazole, oxiconazole or Oxistat, and sulconazole or Exelderm) Allylamines (naftifine or Naftin, terbinafine or Lamisil) Naphthiomates (tolnaftate or Tinactin) Substituted pyridines (ciclopirox olamine or Loprox) In addition, the doctor may prescribe a topical corticosteroid to help relieve the itching. It is never used as the only treatment in ringworm infections. Seriously infected or deep abscesses may require surgical drainage. Bacterial superinfections usually require antibiotics. Answered by Dani Zamarron 1 year ago.

I couldn't have said it better just used it as well I wanted to pull my hair out! It burned my inside tigh close to my genitals like acid or something I couldn't take the burn and it kept getting hotter and hotter till it cooled down after 20 mins of hell Answered by Yuriko Deshayes 1 year ago.

The bigger the star, the hotter the core. Though what's in the core of a star is the fourth state of matter: plasma. Frankly, plasma likes it hot. It wouldn't be plasma otherwise. Answered by Lisandra Godzik 1 year ago.


What works good for athletes foot???
Asked by Lekisha Prinzing 1 year ago.

The list of treatments mentioned in various sources for Athlete's foot includes the following list. Always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans. Antifungal creams or powders Good foot hygiene Drying the feet Avoid foot sweating Socks made of natural fibers Open shoes to allow airing the feet Oral antifungal medications - in severe cases Medications used to treat Athlete's foot: Note:You must always seek professional medical advice about any treatment or change in treatment plans. Some of the different medications used in the treatment of Athlete's foot include: Clotrimazole Ketoconazole Apo-Ketoconazole Nizoral Nizoral A-D Novo-Ketocon Nu-Ketocon Betamethasone and Clotrimazole Lotrisone Lotriderm Butenafine Lotrimin Ultra Mentax Ciclopirox Loprox Penlac Econazole Ecostatin Spectazole Micostyl Pevaryl Lipogel Naftifine Naftin Oxiconazole Oxistat Oxizole Gyno-Myfungar Myfungar Sertaconazole Ertaczo Sodium Hypochlorite Solution Dakin's Solution Sulconazole Exelderm Terbinafine (topical) Lamisil Cream Tolnaftate Absorbine Jr. Antifungal Aftate Antifungal Blis-To-Sol Dermasept Antifungal Fungi-Guard Gold Bond Antifungal Tinactin Antifungal Tinactin Antifungal Jock Itch Tinaderm Ting Tip Tap Toe Pitrex Triacetin Myco-Nail Undecylenic Acid and Derivatives Fungi-Nail Answered by Sarina Antrobus 1 year ago.

Micatin cream . Be sure to wash and dry your feet . Especially between your toes. and change your socks often, If your sneakers are "well worn" wash them or treat yourself to new ones Answered by Setsuko Yearout 1 year ago.

Tenactin got rid of mine. Answered by Lynette Volo 1 year ago.

tinactin or Drr scholls Answered by Jacquline Buchna 1 year ago.


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