Tacrolin Pomade %0.03

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%0.03 30G



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Each 1 G Tacrolin Contains 0.03% Pomade, Equivalent To 0.3 Mg Tacrolimus, Tacrolimus Monohydrate.

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1 review for Tacrolin Pomade %0.03

  1. Nasser

    Nice to have you back . I need to know what is the difference between these two drugs TAcrolin 0.1% and TAcrolin 0.3%. And how much do they cost? I want it for my little brother as he developed vitiligo on the ends of his hands and feet and several places on his face more than 5 years ago. How many boxes do I need? And what is the usage method? Thanks

    • Medical Guidance Center

      Hello Nasser, this is WikiKenko.

      The main difference between the two is the concentration of the active ingredient, tacrolimus. The 0.1% ointment contains a higher concentration of tacrolimus than the 0.03% ointment.

      Tacrolimus ointment is one of the treatment options for vitiligo. Many studies have reported the efficacy and safety of tacrolimus ointment in adults and children with vitiligo, particularly when located on the head and neck. Successful treatment is possible when it is combined with other therapies, such as narrow-band UVB, microphototherapy, helium-neon laser, or narrow-band excimer laser. However, it’s important to note that current treatments for vitiligo are largely unsatisfactory and often not effective. It’s best to consult with a dermatologist to determine the best course of treatment for your brother’s specific case.

      The number of boxes of Tacrolimus ointment you will need and the usage method will depend on several factors such as the size of the affected area, the severity of the condition, and the treatment plan prescribed by your brother’s doctor. It’s best to consult with a dermatologist to determine the appropriate treatment plan for your brother’s specific case. In general, Tacrolimus ointment is applied topically to the affected areas of skin. It’s important to follow the instructions provided by your brother’s doctor and to read the patient information leaflet that comes with the medication for detailed instructions on how to use it.

      Tacrolimus 0.03% ointment is a topical immunomodulator used for moderate-to-severe eczema in adults or in children over 2 years of age. It helps reduce inflammatory skin reactions and is usually prescribed as an alternative to other treatments such as steroid creams or ointments.

      It is important to note that the long-term safety of tacrolimus 0.03% ointment is not known. Lymphoma, skin cancer, and other types of cancer have rarely happened in people treated with tacrolimus 0.03% ointment. It is not known if tacrolimus 0.03% ointment caused this effect. As for whether you can buy it without a prescription, it depends on where you live. In some countries, it may be available over-the-counter while in others it may require a prescription from a doctor. It’s best to check with your local pharmacy or doctor for more information.

      Some common side effects of using tacrolimus 0.03% ointment include burning, stinging, soreness, or itching where the ointment is applied. Most of the time, these happen during the first few days of treatment and go away as skin gets better.

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