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Lidex

Pronounced: LYE-decks
Generic name: Fluocinonide


Why is this drug prescribed: Lidex is a steroid medication that relieves the itching and inflammation of a wide variety of skin problems, including redness and swelling.

Most important fact about this drug: When you use Lidex, you inevitably absorb some of the medication through your skin and into the bloodstream. Too much absorption can lead to unwanted side effects elsewhere in the body. To keep this problem to a minimum, avoid using large amounts of Lidex over large areas, and do not cover it with airtight dressings such as plastic wrap or adhesive bandages unless specifically told to by your doctor.

How should you take this medication: Lidex is for use only on the skin. Be careful to keep it out of your eyes. If the medication gets in your eyes and causes irritation, immediately flush your eyes with a large amount of water. Apply Lidex as directed by your doctor. Do not use more of the medication than suggested by your doctor. --If you miss a dose... Apply it as soon as you remember. If it is almost time for the next dose, skip the one you missed and go back to your regular schedule. --Storage instructions... Store at room temperature. Avoid excessive heat.

What side effects may occur: Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any develop or change in intensity, inform your doctor immediately. Only your doctor can determine if it is safe for you to continue using Lidex. Side effects may include: Acne-like eruptions, burning, dryness, excessive hair growth, infection of the skin, irritation, itching, lack of skin color, prickly heat, skin inflammation, skin loss or softening, stretch marks

Why should this drug not be prescribed: You should not be using Lidex if you are allergic to any of its components.

Special warnings about this medication: Do not use Lidex more often or for a longer time than your doctor ordered. If enough of the drug is absorbed through the skin, it may produce unusual side effects, including increased sugar in your blood and urine and a group of symptoms called Cushing's syndrome, characterized by a moon-shaped face, emotional disturbances, high blood pressure, weight gain, and growth of body hair in women. Some factors that may increase absorption include: Using bandages over the area where the medication is applied; Using the medication over a large area of skin or on broken skin; or Using the medication for an extended period of time. Children may absorb a proportionally greater amount of steroid drugs and may be more sensitive to the effects of these drugs. Avoid covering a treated area with waterproof diapers or plastic pants. They can increase absorption of Lidex. Effects experienced by children may include: Bulges on the head Delayed weight gain Headache Slow growth Lidex should be discontinued if irritation develops, and another treatment should be used. Extended treatment time with any steroid product may cause skin to waste away. This may also occur with short-term use on the face, armpits, and skin creases.

Possible food and drug interactions when taking this medication: No interactions have been reported with Lidex.

Special information if you are pregnant or breastfeeding: Pregnant women should not use steroids on the skin in large amounts or for long periods of time. During pregnancy, these medications should be used only if the possible gains outweigh the possible risks to the baby. Steroids do appear in breast milk. Women who breastfeed an infant should use them cautiously.

Recommended dosage: ADULTS: Lidex is applied to the affected areas in a thin film 2 to 4 times a day. If hair covers the infected area, part the hair so that the medication can be applied directly. CHILDREN: Children should be given the smallest effective dose.

Overdosage: Lidex can be absorbed in amounts large enough to have temporary effects on the adrenal, hypothalamic, and pituitary glands. Some effects of steroid drugs may include: Abnormal sugar levels in urine, excessive blood sugar levels, symptoms of Cushing's syndrome Symptoms of Cushing's syndrome may include: Easily bruised skin, increased blood pressure, mood swings, water retention, weak muscles, weight gain If you suspect a Lidex overdose, seek medical help immediately.









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