This medicine interacts with tuberculosis since it increases the risk of relapse and one’s health must be monitored closely if this medicine is taken.
This medicine causes electrolyte imbalance in mineral levels that include potassium, sodium and calcium in the body. For this reason, individuals with this type of imbalance are not recommended to take this medicine.
This medicine is known to cause bleeding and perforation in the gut and hence it is not recommended for individuals with intestine or stomach disorders.
This medicine suppresses one’s immune system when high doses are administered. For this reason, it is not recommended for individuals with infections.
This medicine is not recommended for individuals who have suffered from a heart attack recently.
Ocular herpes infection:
This medicine should be used with caution by those who suffer from eye infections caused by herpes.
This medicine must be used with caution by patients suffering from this skin disease.
This medicine must be used with caution by those suffering from threadworm infection.
Quadriderm interacts with the following medicines:
This medicine reacts with amlodipine and as a result it reduces the efficiency of the medicine. It may cause rise in blood pressure when the two drugs are used together.
This medicine reacts with Mifepristone and as a result it reduces the efficiency of the medicine.
This medicine reacts with Warfarin and it may alter the clotting time test results. If both medicines are taken together then one must check for signs or instances of vision loss, bruising, chest pain, swelling of feet and hands.
This medicine reacts with Ethinyl estradiol and reduced the efficiency of the medicine.
This medicine reacts with insulin and if taken together then the blood sugar level must be constantly monitored.
This medicine reacts with Ciprofloxacin and it poses a risk for the elderly. It may cause swelling of biceps, ankles and shoulders that must be reported to the doctor at the earliest.
This medicine reacts with BCG vaccine and must not be used together since the vaccine contains live strain of the virus or bacteria.
1) I have a fungal infection. Can I use Quadriderm Cream?
Yes, Quadriderm causes fungal infection. Consult a doctor before using this medicine.
2) What alternative medicine can I use instead of Quadriderm Cream?
Mycopar Cream is an excellent alternative to Quadriderm. However, one must consult a doctor before using this medicine.
3) Is it safe to take Quadriderm Cream orally?
No, Quadriderm is not recommended to be taken orally since it causes an upset stomach. However, one must consult a doctor before taking this medicine orally.
Is it harmful to use expired gel?
It is unlikely that single time use of expired gel can cause harm to you. However, it is best to consult a doctor in cases where an expired gel is used repeatedly in order to avoid any complications.
5) Does applying an extra layer of gel provide better or instant results?
No, piling gel does not provide better or instant results. In order to get the best results one must use a thin layer of the gel when applied on the skin.
6) Is this cream safe to use for pregnant women?
Pregnant women must
consult a doctor before using this gel. Remember that self-medication is harmful.
7) Is the use of Quadriderm Cream habit forming?
No, the use of Quadriderm cream is not habit forming. It is best to consult a doctor before using this medicine since self-medication can be harmful.
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