Aspercreme Cream is used for a temporary relief of minor pain. This medication is a topical pain reliever used to reduce swelling or inflammation in muscles and joints.
Store at room temperature in a sealed childproof container. Keep away from excessive heat.
If you are pregnant or breast-feeding you should tell your doctor before taking this medication. If you are taking any other prescription medications, over-the-counter drugs, herbal preparations or dietary supplements you should inform your doctor before taking Aspercreame Cream.
Do not get any medication in your eyes, nose, or mouth. If the area of skin is red inform your doctor. If your symptoms clear up and then return you should inform your doctor. Do not administer this medication to children under 12.
Use this medication as you have been instructed to by your doctor or health care provider. Apply a liberal amount of cream to the affected area of skin. Rub the medication into the skin until it is absorbed. Do not apply to any broken or irritated skin or to open wounds. Wash your hands after using this medication unless you are also treating your hands. Do not use this medication more than four times per day.
If you have allergies to Aspercreme Cream or any ingredients listed on the label of Aspercreme Cream, avoid taking this medication. If you have ever had an allergic reaction to aspirin you should not take this medication.
Severe: Severe allergic reaction (hives, rash, breathing problems, shock), skin redness or irritation.