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Monistat cream is an antifungal medication used to treat yeast infections.
Miconazole nitrate is an imidazole antifungal drug that inhibits ergosterol synthesis and peroxidases to promote bacteria cell death. These actions allow this Monistat cream to kill bacteria that causes yeast infections when applied topical and absorbed into the affected area.
Vaginal yeast infections are often treated first using topical ointments like this Monistat cream. The antifungal cream offers effective treatment for vaginal infections with a lower incidence of adverse effects than oral medications.
Uses and Dosage
The rate at which this cream should be applied will vary depending on the individual and severity of the infection being treated. Follow all your doctor’s instructions and read packaging labels carefully.
- Thoroughly wash your hands before and after application
- Clean affected skin before use and ensure to dry it well
- Apply a thin layer of cream to affected skin and gently massage
- Lie down as soon as you can after application
- Ensure the affected area can breathe
- Keep this Monistat cream out of your mouth, nose, and eyes
- Store at room temperature
- Do not let the cream freeze
This Monistat cream may cause some side effects to develop while it topically kills bacteria. Speak with your doctor for more in-depth information regarding any symptoms you may encounter when using this miconazole ointment.
Common Monistat cream side effects:
- Irritation where the cream is applied
Serious Side Effects
Some more serious adverse reactions may occur when taking miconazole nitrate. Stop using this antifungal cream and call your doctor if you develop any of the following:
- Burning at application site, especially if it won’t go away
Do not use this Monistat cream if you are allergic to miconazole nitrate or any of the ingredients used in the cream. If you develop signs of an allergic reaction, stop using this antifungal medication and contact your doctor.
Monistat cream allergy symptoms may include:
- Red, swollen, blistered, or peeling skin with or without fever
- Wheezing, tightness in your chest or throat
- Trouble breathing, swallowing, or talking
- Unusual hoarseness
- Swelling of mouth, face, lips, tongue, or throat
Before using this Miconazole cream, tell your doctor about any allergies you have to ensure it is safe for you to apply to your skin.
Miconazole cream can cause serious harm if swallowed. Call a doctor or a poison control center immediately if this occurs.
Keep this ointment away from your mouth, nose, or eyes.
Monistat cream will not treat nail or scalp infection.
Tell your doctor about all the medications you take, including over the counter medicine, vitamins, and herbal products, to avoid drug interactions when using this miconazole cream.
Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or plan to become pregnant while using this medication to discuss the benefits and risks of using this Monistat cream while pregnant.
Consult with your doctor about the risks of using this miconazole ointment while breastfeeding.
Form and Strength
This antifungal medication is available in cream form.
Monistat cream strength:
This Monistat cream is available in quantities of 30g.
Why does Monistat burn/itch so bad?
Monistat is an antibacterial ointment that fights and kills bacteria when applied topically to areas affected with skin infections, especially vaginal yeast infections. The cream can cause some discomfort, itching, or burning because your vagina and vulva are covered by a sensitive membrane that can absorb various chemicals. Consult your doctor if you experience severe burning, itching, or swelling.
Should you wash Monistat out in the morning?
You can shower and wash yourself in the mornings after application if you would like, but this is not required. You should apply Monistat cream in the evenings before bed so you can lie down soon after to reduce leakage. You can wear pads or panty liners during the day to protect your clothing whether you wash out the cream or not.
Miconazole nitrate – non Rx