Nerisone is a responsive topical steroidal treatment that is used for the initial treatment of severe dermatoses.
Store Nerisone at room temperature away from moisture and heat.
Tell your doctor about any allergies that you have before taking Nerisone. If you are pregnant or plan on becoming pregnant do not use Nerisone without your doctors consent. Do not use this medication over large areas of the body or for longer than reco
Limit use in children or on face to a maximum of 5 days. If you apply Nerisone under a dressing, the dressing should not be left on for more than 24 hours. In infants, napkins and plastic pants can act as an occlusive. Monitor use of Nerisone in patie
Apply Nerisone to the affected areas two or three times a day. If Nerisone is to be used on children or on the face, only use it for 5 days without occulusion. If you are using Nerisone Forte, apply it sparingly two or three times a day for a maximum of two weeks. Do not apply Nerisone forte to the face. Make sure you apply Nerisone to a clean dry area of the skin. Do not shower or swim immediately after applying Nerisone cream. Avoid contact with eyes
Do not take Nerisone if you are allergic to any ingredients in Nerisone. Allergic reaction may occur. Do not use this medication for more than 2 weeks at a time.
Seek emergency medical attention if any of these serious signs of an allergic reaction occur: difficulty breathing, hives, and swelling of the face, lips, tongue, or mouth. Call your doctor if any of these serious side effects occur: burning, dryness, ir
Less serious side effects include: acne, oily skin, back ache, blurred vision, depression, increased blood pressure, loss of appetite, irritability, nausea, unusual bruising, rapid weight gain, stomach bloating, muscle pain, cramps or weakness.