Know the benefits, use and side effects of doxepine hydrochloride cream to effectively treat diverse skin conditions.

Know the benefits, use and side effects of doxepine hydrochloride cream to effectively treat diverse skin conditions.

Doxepine hydrochloride cream, also known as doxepine cream, is a topical medication that is usually prescribed for various dermatological conditions. This cream contains doxepine, which is a tricyclic antidepressant with powerful antihistamine properties.

Important note: Doxepine hydrochloride cream is strictly for external use and should not be used or used on open wounds or broken skin.

The active substance of doxepine hydrochloride cream acts by blocking the histamine action, a natural substance of the organism that contributes to allergic reactions and itching. By inhibiting histamine, Doxepine cream helps relieve symptoms such as itching, redness and inflammation associated with various skin conditions. It is usually prescribed for conditions such as atopic dermatitis (eccema), pruritus (itching) and hives (ranches).

  1. Efficacy: Doxepine hydrochloride cream has shown promising results in the treatment of pruritus, especially in patients with atopic dermatitis.
  2. Application: Clean and dry the affected area before applying a thin layer of doxepine cream. Massage gently until its complete absorption. Avoid contact with eyes, nose, mouth and other mucous membranes.
  3. Side effects: Common side effects of doxepine cream can include local skin reactions such as burning, stinging or itching sensation. If these reactions persist or get worse, it is advisable to consult a healthcare professional.

Doxepine hydrochloride cream can provide relief to people suffering from various dermatological problems. However, it is crucial to follow the prescribed instructions and consult a healthcare professional before using this medicine to guarantee its safe and effective use.

Author of the article
Dr.Greenblatt M.
Dr.Greenblatt M.
Medical oncologist at the Robert Larner College of Medicine, MD, at the University of Vermont

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