Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020888/001.

Names and composition

"LOTRIMIN AF" is the commercial name of a drug composed of CLOTRIMAZOLE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020888/001 LOTRIMIN AF CLOTRIMAZOLE Cream/ Topical 1%
020889/001 LOTRIMIN AF CLOTRIMAZOLE Lotion/ Topical 1%
020890/001 LOTRIMIN AF CLOTRIMAZOLE Solution/ Topical 1%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017613/001 LOTRIMIN CLOTRIMAZOLE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 1%
017619/001 LOTRIMIN CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 1%
017717/002 GYNE-LOTRIMIN CLOTRIMAZOLE TABLET/VAGINAL 100MG
018052/002 GYNE-LOTRIMIN CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 1%
018181/001 MYCELEX CLOTRIMAZOLE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 1% **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018181/002 MYCELEX CLOTRIMAZOLE Solution/ Topical 1%
018182/002 MYCELEX-7 CLOTRIMAZOLE TABLET/VAGINAL 100MG
018183/001 MYCELEX CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 1%
018230/002 MYCELEX-7 CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 1%
018713/001 MYCELEX CLOTRIMAZOLE TROCHE/LOZENGE/ORAL 10MG **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**
018813/001 LOTRIMIN CLOTRIMAZOLE LOTION/TOPICAL 1%
019069/001 MYCELEX-G CLOTRIMAZOLE TABLET/VAGINAL 500MG
020289/002 GYNE-LOTRIMIN COMBINATION PACK CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM, TABLET/TOPICAL, VAGINAL 1%,100MG
020389/002 MYCELEX-7 COMBINATION PACK CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM, TABLET/TOPICAL, VAGINAL 1%,100MG
020525/001 GYNE-LOTRIMIN 3 CLOTRIMAZOLE TABLET/VAGINAL 200MG
020526/002 GYNE-LOTRIMIN 3 COMBINATION PACK CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM, TABLET/TOPICAL, VAGINAL 1%,200MG
020574/001 GYNE-LOTRIMIN 3 CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%
020888/001 LOTRIMIN AF CLOTRIMAZOLE Cream/ Topical 1%
020889/001 LOTRIMIN AF CLOTRIMAZOLE Lotion/ Topical 1%
020890/001 LOTRIMIN AF CLOTRIMAZOLE Solution/ Topical 1%
021143/001 TRIVAGIZOLE 3 CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%
072640/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 1%
072641/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 1%
073249/001 GYNIX CLOTRIMAZOLE TABLET/VAGINAL 100MG
073306/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE CLOTRIMAZOLE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 1%
074165/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/VAGINAL 1%
074580/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE CLOTRIMAZOLE SOLUTION/TOPICAL 1%
076387/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE CLOTRIMAZOLE TROCHE/LOZENGE/ORAL 10MG
076763/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE CLOTRIMAZOLE TROCHE/LOZENGE/ORAL 10MG
078338/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 1%
090219/001 CLOTRIMAZOLE CLOTRIMAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 1%

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Answered questions

Cat has rash, treat with Lotrimin AF?
My cat has what looks like an "athlete's foot" type irritation... right where her "belly roll" folds over her leg when she sleeps. See here: http://i.imgur.com/OJ6NF.jpg and http://imgur.com/Y5d7Q Definitely doesn't seem all that serious... hair loss from her licking it. no classic ring... Asked by Shanell Seegers 1 year ago.

I wouldn't recommend the Lotrimin AF. Excessive licking can lead to hair loss and I'm sure the rash is bothering her. It sounds like she's trying to groom/clean this area herself leading to the hair-loss. Whatever you put on there she's going to try and lick off. Sounds like she might needs some antibiotics. Take your cat to a Saturday clinic or discount Vet if need be. Our vet charges around $20 to see our cat instead of $50. Google in your area. Answered by Senaida Kleppinger 1 year ago.

No! The cat will lick the medicine and it could hurt the cat. Call a 24 hour emergency vet in your area and get professional advice. They can ask the appropriate questions and tell you the right thing to do. Never give or apply any medicine to a cat without vet approval! Answered by Dyan Doxon 1 year ago.

looks like irritating to her,but would not use lotrimin might make worse,might be a allergy to something in house and might spread,think the vet would look at and do a scrap of the area to see if anything there like mites.fleas Answered by Mimi Tigar 1 year ago.

Yes it is true that veterinarians cost money. It is also true that you must never give an animal OTC medications meant for humans without clear instructions from a veterinarian, including dosage instructions that you can understand. Furthermore it is true that you have both a legal and an ethical responsibility to provide your pets a reasonable level of veterinary care. Answered by Tricia Romanoski 1 year ago.


Will Lotrimin AF athlete's foot work for jock itch?
Asked by Bridgette Derbes 1 year ago.

jock itch, athletes foot, and ringworm are all one in the same. i suppose you could use lotrimin for it, but i think they make the powder kind so that its not all creamy in your pants. but whatever floats your boat. another thing you can do is get nizoral antifungal shampoo and wash down there with it. my doc said to use it as a body wash when my cat had ringworm to prevent it from spreading from her to us. it's not super strong, but it helps. Answered by Kelsie Barriault 1 year ago.

I have found that it does indeed work. They charge more for jock itch medication because guys are willing to pay more to protect their boys, but the cheaper athlete's foot spray will work. Answered by Mistie Elfenbein 1 year ago.

Yes - both are yeast based infections so it should work fine. Answered by Ayanna Prochaska 1 year ago.


Lotrimin Ultra and Lotrimin AF?
Is it okay to use Lotrimin Ultra with Lotrimin AF? The Key medice in ultra is butenafine hydrochloride and in the regular its clotrimazole. Its for jock itch. Asked by Dottie Braulio 1 year ago.

go for it i hink it will be ok, have tried just using one and seeing if it works? Answered by Jana Pontbriand 1 year ago.


Lotrimin AF Liquid Help?
Actually thats what it was like 2-3 Days ago i stopped treating it and soaked in the Tub. Now its just All dead skin and peeling ( But if i try and take the dead skin hanging off It hurts) and feeels like Leather, or A reptile or something Lol... Asked by Flora Krenke 1 year ago.

alright I got Jock Itch So i USe Lotromin Anti Fungal In my Jock Itch, But this isnt the Powder Lotromin Its the Liquid, SO it dosnt go on dry so it gets on my balls and ****... IT really if ******* them Up help please! My sack is Feels like alligator skin and is flaking and is alll dead.. Its RED and the skin feels extremley thin and they hurt, Also theres a spot where its purple and feels like it has internal bleeding and stuff... Lol Any advice and wtf is going on??? Answered by Kasey Fournet 1 year ago.

ur balls are fixing to fall off! you sould be prepared to have a sex change, cause ur dick will be worthless w/out the balls, sounds like u are having a reaction to that ****, STOP using it dumb ***! go to the doc asap, or stay home n watch them fall off. Answered by Alyson Harpool 1 year ago.


Lotrimin af?Which one to use?
hello guys i have an inner thigh rash it looks like little reddish/brown lines. I;m going to try to use and over the counter cream before i take a trip to the doctors. I;ve seen many lotrimin af cream/lotions/spray sfor jock itch or athlete foot, does it matter which one i choose to use on my inner thigh rash. Asked by Krystal Isaack 1 year ago.

For the most part, they are all effective for what they treat. Start with the least costly, obviously. Answered by Ariane Demartini 1 year ago.


Will Lotrimin AF jock itch work for feet?
My dad bought the wrong one...he bought the one for jock itch instead of athlete's foot. Will it still work?And he cant return it because its opened. He didn;t know it was the wrong one... Asked by Leone Mcnulty 1 year ago.

Yeah, it's the same stuff, perhaps just a slightly weaker concentration. Cures tinea curitis and pedis. Both body ringworm. Both react well to Tolnaftate. Answered by Lavinia Mcclung 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole is used to treat yeast infections of the vagina, mouth, and skin such as "athlete's foot," jock itch, and body ringworm. It can also be used to prevent oral thrush in certain patients. Please see the web pages for more details on Clotrimazole (generic name) Lotrimin AF (brand name). Answered by Irma Tumbleson 1 year ago.

Technically it should, both are antifungals- and both problems are fungi! Might as well. I would-you can even compare the ingredients in the 2 and ask a pharmacist, they take phone calls for free! yay! db Answered by Pierre Gjeltema 1 year ago.


Is it safe to use Lotrimin AF when using a tanning bed?
By the way, it's the cream, not a pill or anything. Asked by Cynthia Ahmed 1 year ago.

I had been tanning for about a month (which is the 1st time I've ever been tanning) and I noticed white spots on my chest. I went to the doctor and she said it was tinea veriscolor, and told me to use Lotrimin AF. I know this is a skin, antifungal medication and that you shouldn't use tanning beds while using certain medications. Is this one of them? Answered by Marylou Kubitz 1 year ago.

First off, I would change tanning salons because you prob got the fungal infection from unclean tanning beds...you can prob still tan, but not right after application...if you have the cream on your skin it might intensify the rays and cause you to burn so I'd wait a couple of hours after application to tan. Also if your not sure you can always call your local pharmacy and talk to the pharmacist, they are always willing to answer questions.. Answered by Rolland Wisell 1 year ago.


Cat has rash, treat with Lotrimin AF?
My cat has what looks like an "athlete's foot" type irritation... right where her "belly roll" folds over her leg when she sleeps. See here: http://i.imgur.com/OJ6NF.jpg and http://imgur.com/Y5d7Q Definitely doesn't seem all that serious... hair loss from her licking it. no classic ring... Asked by Sherrill Breihan 1 year ago.

I wouldn't recommend the Lotrimin AF. Excessive licking can lead to hair loss and I'm sure the rash is bothering her. It sounds like she's trying to groom/clean this area herself leading to the hair-loss. Whatever you put on there she's going to try and lick off. Sounds like she might needs some antibiotics. Take your cat to a Saturday clinic or discount Vet if need be. Our vet charges around $20 to see our cat instead of $50. Google in your area. Answered by Jamie Allenbach 1 year ago.

No! The cat will lick the medicine and it could hurt the cat. Call a 24 hour emergency vet in your area and get professional advice. They can ask the appropriate questions and tell you the right thing to do. Never give or apply any medicine to a cat without vet approval! Answered by Freda Mathery 1 year ago.

looks like irritating to her,but would not use lotrimin might make worse,might be a allergy to something in house and might spread,think the vet would look at and do a scrap of the area to see if anything there like mites.fleas Answered by Alaina Calfee 1 year ago.

Yes it is true that veterinarians cost money. It is also true that you must never give an animal OTC medications meant for humans without clear instructions from a veterinarian, including dosage instructions that you can understand. Furthermore it is true that you have both a legal and an ethical responsibility to provide your pets a reasonable level of veterinary care. Answered by Merrie Pontillo 1 year ago.


Will Lotrimin AF athlete's foot work for jock itch?
Asked by Julieta Dagraca 1 year ago.

jock itch, athletes foot, and ringworm are all one in the same. i suppose you could use lotrimin for it, but i think they make the powder kind so that its not all creamy in your pants. but whatever floats your boat. another thing you can do is get nizoral antifungal shampoo and wash down there with it. my doc said to use it as a body wash when my cat had ringworm to prevent it from spreading from her to us. it's not super strong, but it helps. Answered by Chloe Jucean 1 year ago.

I have found that it does indeed work. They charge more for jock itch medication because guys are willing to pay more to protect their boys, but the cheaper athlete's foot spray will work. Answered by Rosio Ficht 1 year ago.

Yes - both are yeast based infections so it should work fine. Answered by Reda Bruzewicz 1 year ago.


Lotrimin Ultra and Lotrimin AF?
Is it okay to use Lotrimin Ultra with Lotrimin AF? The Key medice in ultra is butenafine hydrochloride and in the regular its clotrimazole. Its for jock itch. Asked by Aubrey Funt 1 year ago.

go for it i hink it will be ok, have tried just using one and seeing if it works? Answered by Rayna Simco 1 year ago.


Lotrimin AF Liquid Help?
Actually thats what it was like 2-3 Days ago i stopped treating it and soaked in the Tub. Now its just All dead skin and peeling ( But if i try and take the dead skin hanging off It hurts) and feeels like Leather, or A reptile or something Lol... Asked by Belva Lipszyc 1 year ago.

alright I got Jock Itch So i USe Lotromin Anti Fungal In my Jock Itch, But this isnt the Powder Lotromin Its the Liquid, SO it dosnt go on dry so it gets on my balls and ****... IT really if ******* them Up help please! My sack is Feels like alligator skin and is flaking and is alll dead.. Its RED and the skin feels extremley thin and they hurt, Also theres a spot where its purple and feels like it has internal bleeding and stuff... Lol Any advice and wtf is going on??? Answered by Jarrett Fausey 1 year ago.

ur balls are fixing to fall off! you sould be prepared to have a sex change, cause ur dick will be worthless w/out the balls, sounds like u are having a reaction to that ****, STOP using it dumb ***! go to the doc asap, or stay home n watch them fall off. Answered by Leila Batzli 1 year ago.


Lotrimin af?Which one to use?
hello guys i have an inner thigh rash it looks like little reddish/brown lines. I;m going to try to use and over the counter cream before i take a trip to the doctors. I;ve seen many lotrimin af cream/lotions/spray sfor jock itch or athlete foot, does it matter which one i choose to use on my inner thigh rash. Asked by Sang Gilkes 1 year ago.

For the most part, they are all effective for what they treat. Start with the least costly, obviously. Answered by Clark Kytle 1 year ago.


Will Lotrimin AF jock itch work for feet?
My dad bought the wrong one...he bought the one for jock itch instead of athlete's foot. Will it still work?And he cant return it because its opened. He didn;t know it was the wrong one... Asked by Tanika Blevans 1 year ago.

Yeah, it's the same stuff, perhaps just a slightly weaker concentration. Cures tinea curitis and pedis. Both body ringworm. Both react well to Tolnaftate. Answered by Joetta Beahn 1 year ago.

Clotrimazole is used to treat yeast infections of the vagina, mouth, and skin such as "athlete's foot," jock itch, and body ringworm. It can also be used to prevent oral thrush in certain patients. Please see the web pages for more details on Clotrimazole (generic name) Lotrimin AF (brand name). Answered by Idalia Downard 1 year ago.

Technically it should, both are antifungals- and both problems are fungi! Might as well. I would-you can even compare the ingredients in the 2 and ask a pharmacist, they take phone calls for free! yay! db Answered by Marry Alme 1 year ago.


Is it safe to use Lotrimin AF when using a tanning bed?
By the way, it's the cream, not a pill or anything. Asked by Hong Lowin 1 year ago.

I had been tanning for about a month (which is the 1st time I've ever been tanning) and I noticed white spots on my chest. I went to the doctor and she said it was tinea veriscolor, and told me to use Lotrimin AF. I know this is a skin, antifungal medication and that you shouldn't use tanning beds while using certain medications. Is this one of them? Answered by Afton Mallicoat 1 year ago.

First off, I would change tanning salons because you prob got the fungal infection from unclean tanning beds...you can prob still tan, but not right after application...if you have the cream on your skin it might intensify the rays and cause you to burn so I'd wait a couple of hours after application to tan. Also if your not sure you can always call your local pharmacy and talk to the pharmacist, they are always willing to answer questions.. Answered by Leana Workman 1 year ago.


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