Sebifin cream 1% (Terbinafine)
|Generic Name||Terbinafine HCl|
|Manufacturer||Sun Pharma Medisales Pvt Ltd.|
|Pack Size||Qty||Price Per Pill or Unit||Price||Cart|
|30 Tablet/s||US$ 1.00||US$ 30.03|
|60 Tablet/s||US$ 0.99||US$ 59.46|
|90 Tablet/s||US$ 1.08||US$ 97.30|
Sebifin cream 1% (10 gm) (Terbinafine)
Sebifin Cream 1% contains the active ingredient Terbinafine, which is an antifungal agent that is developed to treat fungal infection in different parts of your body. This medicine is hydrophobic in nature and it’s commonly prescribed to treat fungal infections. Sebifin cream is manufactured by Ranbaxy Labs.
What is Sebifin 1% used for?
Sebifin 1%-10 gm Cream is specifically formulated to relieve you from itching, burning, cracking and scaling that are caused by ringworm, jock itch, athlete's foot, and other fungal infections of the skin. Its active ingredient Terbinafine cream is a strong topical antifungal agent that can easily kill sensitive fungi without hurting your skin.
How does Sebifin 1% work?
Terbinafine, an active ingredient of Sebifin Cream, inhibits the normal growth of Cytoplasmic membrane of a fungal cell. It also works to enhance the efficiency of Ergosterol, so that fungal cell membrane does not develop further.
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What does Sebifin 1% contain?
Sebifin 1 % contains the active component Terbinafine. Each 10 gm tube contains 1% of Terbinafine.
What are the side effects of Sebifin 1%?
There are some common side effects of Sebifin 1%-10 gm, such as:
- Abdominal pain
- Visual disturbances
- Elevated liver function test
- Taste disturbances
- Urge to vomit
- A rash or redness of the skin
- Elevated enzyme levels
The possible allergic side effects of Terbinafine HCl topical cream are redness, burning, itching, or irritation. The potentially hazardous side effects of Sebifin Cream include neutropaenia, liver failure, and Stevens-Johnson syndrome.
Apart from these, you may experience a decline in food intake that leads to significant weight loss and the development of wrinkles on the skin. Some rare side effects are also registered, such as psoriaform eruptions or exacerbation of psoriasis, hair loss, and anaphylactoid reactions (including angioedema).
Some other possible allergic side effects could be swelling of the tongue, face, lips or other parts of the body, shortness of breath, wheezing or difficulty breathing, rash, itching or hives on the skin. If you experience such allergic side effects, then you should tell your doctor about it as soon as possible.
What medications interact with Sebifin 1%?
There are some medicines as well as salt interactions that may influence the normal strength of Sebifin Cream 1% when used together. In some cases, this medication interacts with medicinal elements like Amiodarone, Rifampin, Cimetidine, Desipramine, Ketoconazole, and Fluconazole. Moreover, oral diabetes medicines, Rifabutin, sedative drugs, or seizure medicines could also interact with this Sebifin.
How should Sebifin 1% be used?
The sufficient amount of this cream or its dosage may depend on different factors like age, sex, drug allergies, or seriousness of the condition, etc. Your doctor can tell you exactly how frequently and how much to be used for the good treatment of fungal infections. Usually, Sebifin 1%- 10 gm is applied twice daily. But again, it depends on the condition of the patient.
When should Sebifin 1% not be used?
There are some health problems and medical or physical conditions that may contraindicate with the Sebifin 1%-10 gm. These conditions include:
- Alcoholic condition
- Kidney problems
- Liver disease
- Blood-related problems
- Skin disease
- Lupus erythematosus
Missed dose of Sebifin 1 %?
If you have missed your regular dose then take it as soon as you remember, but don’t increase the dose in order to make up the loss of missed doses. Excess application of Sebifin Cream 1% - 10 gm is not good for the skin and you should tell your doctor if it makes the condition worse.
How long should you use Sebifin 1%?
Usually, 2-3 weeks are enough to treat fungal infections. If the skin condition is more severe then you can extend the use of Sebifin Cream for one more week.
How should Sebifin 1 % be stored?
No special storage place is required and you can keep this medicine at room temperature. Keep it away from direct heat and moisture. Keep your children away from the medicine for their safety.