Mycelex is a prescription medication that is used for the treatment of skin infections such as athlete’s foot, jock itch, ringworm and yeast infections.
Store Mycelex at room temperature in an area that is protected from moisture and heat.
Use caution when applying Mycelex to any areas around the eyes, nose or mouth. Always wash hands before and after applying Mycelex to infected areas.
While you are taking Mycelex, avoid wearing any tight fitting or synthetic clothing that doesn’t allow circulation.
Mycelex should be used in the exact fashion that is outlined in your prescription. If your prescription is unclear, contact your healthcare provider for more information before using Mycelex. Mycelex is produced in the form of a cream and should be applied topically. Wash your hands before applying Mycelex to the infected area. Mycelex is generally applied daily for up to four weeks. If your infection persists after four weeks, contact your doctor. Continue to use Mycelex for the full amount of time that your doctor has prescribed, even if your symptoms recede.
If you have ever experienced an allergic reaction to clotrimazole or any other of the ingredients in Mycelex, do not use this medication.
Severe Side Effects: severe itching, blistering, redness, peeling, dryness, swelling, or skin irritation.
No other side effects have been associated with this medication. If you think that you may be experiencing a side effect as a result of taking this medication, contact your doctor.