Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020743/001.

Names and composition

"NORITATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of METRONIDAZOLE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020743/001 NORITATE METRONIDAZOLE CREAM/TOPICAL 1%

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Answered questions

I want to know about Noritate Cream for Rosacea
I have been prescribed Noritate Cream from Aventis for my Rosacea and I bought the same. I just want to know if it is safe and effective for treatment for Rosacea?. Will it be effective in bringing down the redness and the swelling? Any information about this is very much appreciated. Thanks Asked by Graham Caraker 1 year ago.

Safe and effective, and very gentle on your skin. It will reduce the inflammation, redness and tenderness after using it for a week or so. If it doesn't work well for you, go back to your doc and ask for something else to use instead of or in conjunction with the Noritate. Answered by Bobette Belnap 1 year ago.


I have Rosacea,Help me please!!!!?
Hi there,I'm sad cause my face is infected of Rosacea.I put make up on for school but we can still see the redness on my face.Especially when it is a little warm at school and my nose gets very red.I went to the dermatologist twice and he gave me a cream: Noritate 1%.Still,the Rosacea wont disappear and the... Asked by Jenise Boenisch 1 year ago.

Hi there,I'm sad cause my face is infected of Rosacea. I put make up on for school but we can still see the redness on my face.Especially when it is a little warm at school and my nose gets very red.I went to the dermatologist twice and he gave me a cream: Noritate 1%.Still,the Rosacea wont disappear and the doctor said it will never.I'm not happy with rosacea. Will proactive help??? And face is sweating often. Answered by Dorothy Ede 1 year ago.

Rosacea is a very common condition. Believe it or not, there are almost 15 million Americans who have rosacea. The good news is there are plenty of different treatments for it. The Noritate that you are using is one of the topical treatments. This can help, but if it is not working, there are other alternatives. These include topical medications such as Metrogel 1% (which is the same active ingredient as the Noritate), Klaron lotion (sodium sulfacetamide), Finacea and the oral medications which include Oracea (a pill that is taken once a day), and others such as minocycline. If the rosacea is more severe or resistent to your current treatment, you should ask the doctor for more aggressive theray including pills if necessary. It is also important to avoid the well known triggers of rosacea which include sunlight, heat, spicy food, alcohol and stress. These are hard things to avoid, but if they cause you to get more red, minimizing your exposure may help. For a more quick fix for the redness (which is hard to control), you can consider cosmetics or creams that are tinted green. While this may sound strange, the green tint actually visually offsets the red making it look more skin colored in appearance. An example is Eucerin Redness Relief. For more aggressive redness treatment, you could also consider laser treatment to help with any broken blood vessels. Proactive will not likely help rosacea as it is benzoyl peroxide and this helps acne but not rosacea. It may in fact cause additional irritation and redness, so beware. Unfortunately, rosacea is a chronic condition, but it sounds like you have some more options that can help. I hope this helps. Answered by Katherina Moad 1 year ago.

Hello, rosacea was destroying my life, just look in the mirror I was depressed a lot and I locked myself in my room, I decided to try several treatments; inside they found the new treatment "Banish Rosacea" specialist Robert Campbell, was able to heal from this terrible rosacea, I feel a strong desire to live. Below I leave you the direct link to their website and you too can heal from this terrible rosacea! Answered by Melony Farrer 1 year ago.


Rosacea HELP???? 10 points!!!?
ok so im 13 and I have rosacea. i know what your probly going to say, "your too young" but trust me. Rosecea is hereditary, and both my parents have it. I have bad flare ups (extreme blushing) everyday, and its only getting worse. My question is there any topical medication or anythng that you can reccommend?? I... Asked by Alysha Scherf 1 year ago.

ok so im 13 and I have rosacea. i know what your probly going to say, "your too young" but trust me. Rosecea is hereditary, and both my parents have it. I have bad flare ups (extreme blushing) everyday, and its only getting worse. My question is there any topical medication or anythng that you can reccommend?? I have seen reveiws for Zenmed. Has anyone on here tryed that?? Answered by Lesa Gillespi 1 year ago.

I use Noritate, and I've tried Metrogel. the Noritate works a lot better for me. Have you found your triggers yet, one of mine is MSG, and some form of that is in a lot of food! Answered by Shakira Janiszewski 1 year ago.


Anyone with rosacea that has used rosex cream?
Is it any good/ does it work? and how long did you have to use it for? please give all the details, i've finally been prescribed this :) Asked by Fredricka Pernell 1 year ago.

Metrogel, Metrocream, or Noritate (all contain metronidazole) have worked well for me in the past. Since Rosacea is apparently caused by a protozoa (animal) rather than a bacteria or fungus (plant) antibiotics don't work. By the way, some protozoa can occupy stomach, intestines, nasal cavity or reproductive organs so it may be necessary to have further tests for infections. Consult you doctor. I heard rumors that Rosex was taken off the market or re-branded due to name confusion. I don't know whether it works or not. Answered by Venice Caller 1 year ago.


People that suffer from Rosacea, what works for you?
I've just been diagnosed with mild/moderate Rosacea. I don't break out or have the acne type but my face is constantly red like a sunburn/flushing & I hate it. I was given Metrogel (which says takes around 3 weeks to see improvement) It's been 3 & it is doing nothing in my book. I was also given a... Asked by Weldon Cadena 1 year ago.

I've just been diagnosed with mild/moderate Rosacea. I don't break out or have the acne type but my face is constantly red like a sunburn/flushing & I hate it. I was given Metrogel (which says takes around 3 weeks to see improvement) It's been 3 & it is doing nothing in my book. I was also given a strong new allergy pill called Xyzal which helps my allergies but doesn't do anything for my red face. I'm sick of this & since I don't wear make up it really upsets me. What has worked for others out there with Rosacea without acne? Please help! Answered by Craig Price 1 year ago.

I know how you feel, I used Metrogel with little improvement, and now I use Noritate. Use a moisturizer with sunscreen (all the time) and try to figure out what your triggers are. Clinique has a line of skin care specifically for people with Rosacea-it's called Redness Solutions. It will help the redness, but mine will never go away until I have it removed with a laser. Exercise will help (helps with circulation) as will avoiding your triggers- some of mine are alcohol, stress, MSG- I turn bright red -like a lobster. You won't be able to avoid all your triggers, but just knowing what they are will help. Use a mild cleanser- I use Aveeno Ultra Calming foaming cleanser-they have a line of Ultra Calming skincare also-as the Clinique is expensive. Aveeno Ultra Calming also has moisturizers with sunscreen-that's what I use. The Metrogel (and Noritate) will make you photosensitive (meaning more sensitive to the sun) so always try to wear a wide brimmed hat in the summer, and a higher SPF sunscreen than you think you need. It does take time to see improvement, but it's better for you in the long run anyway. Good Luck Caffeine is also one of my triggers. Answered by Maxwell Wieger 1 year ago.

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My rosacea worsening?
in february i was diagnosed with rosacea, and having been putting noritate cream every night for the past 10 weeks. it seemed to be getting better and fading..when last sunday i woke up really red. i thought i just irrated it and itll go away as the day goes on but it hasnt changed colour since sunday. it is a... Asked by Annie Abbitt 1 year ago.

in february i was diagnosed with rosacea, and having been putting noritate cream every night for the past 10 weeks. it seemed to be getting better and fading..when last sunday i woke up really red. i thought i just irrated it and itll go away as the day goes on but it hasnt changed colour since sunday. it is a really bright red. what can be causing this? P.S. the cream says 65% gone in 9 weeks, shud i stop using it after 9 weeks? Answered by Melynda Martinolli 1 year ago.

Eric. Why don't you ask the doctor who diagnosed your skin condition and tell what has happened since Sunday. I'd stop using the cream and still ask your doctor what is going on. OK? Answered by Krystyna Callin 1 year ago.

Erik I concur with Cats 3, stop the treatment and go back to your doc and explain everything. There are a number of prescription treatments for rosacea, Noritate is just one. The reason there are so many is that there is no single treatment for rosacea that works for everyone. There are also many alternative and non prescription treatments for rosacea, not to mention photo dynamic therapy for rosacea. Answered by Dorthy Wigman 1 year ago.


Rosacea HELP???? 10 points!!!?
ok so im 13 and I have rosacea. i know what your probly going to say, "your too young" but trust me. Rosecea is hereditary, and both my parents have it. I have bad flare ups (extreme blushing) everyday, and its only getting worse. My question is there any topical medication or anythng that you can reccommend or... Asked by Marti Guynn 1 year ago.

ok so im 13 and I have rosacea. i know what your probly going to say, "your too young" but trust me. Rosecea is hereditary, and both my parents have it. I have bad flare ups (extreme blushing) everyday, and its only getting worse. My question is there any topical medication or anythng that you can reccommend or tell me not to try?? I have seen reveiws for Zenmed. Has anyone on here tryed that?? Answered by Shanel Henness 1 year ago.


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