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MONOSONE 0.1%W/V CREAM

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Composition for MONOSONE

Mometasone Topical(0.1% w/v)

food interaction for MONOSONE

alcohol interaction for MONOSONE

pregnancy interaction for MONOSONE

lactation interaction for MONOSONE

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alcohol
pregnancy
lactation
No interaction found
No interaction found
Monosone 0.1%w/v cream may be unsafe to use during pregnancy.
Animal studies have shown adverse effects on the foetus, however, there are limited human studies. The benefits from use in pregnant women may be acceptable despite the risk. Please consult your doctor.
WEIGH RISKS VS. BENEFITS
Monosone 0.1%w/v cream is probably safe to use during breastfeeding. Please consult your doctor.
SAFE

SALT INFORMATION for MONOSONE

Mometasone Topical(0.1% w/v)

Uses

Monosone 0.1%w/v cream is used in the treatment of allergic disorders, skin disorders and eye disorders.

How it works

Mometasone belongs to a class of medications called as corticosteroids. It works by blocking the release of inflammatory mediators called cytokines thereby relieving inflammation, swelling and itching.

Common side effects

Difficulty in speaking, Burning sensation, Tingling sensation, Headache, Itching, Sore throat

SUBSTITUTES for MONOSONE

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  • ECOMOM 0.1% W/V CREAM
    (15 GM cream in tube)
    Albatross Healthcare Pvt Ltd
    Rs. 3.27/GM of cream
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    Rs. 49
    save 59% more per GM of cream
  • MONOSONE 0.1%W/V CREAM
    (30 GM cream in tube)
    Monichem Healthcare Pvt Ltd
    Rs. 4.33/GM of cream
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    Rs. 130
    save 46% more per GM of cream
  • MOMELTIN CREAM
    (20 GM cream in tube)
    Zee Laboratories
    Rs. 4.75/GM of cream
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    Rs. 95
    save 41% more per GM of cream
  • MOMEBEST 0.1%W/V CREAM
    (30 creams in tube)
    Precision Pharmaceuticals Pvt Ltd
    Rs. 3.27/cream
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    Rs. 98
    save 59% more per cream

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Expert advice for MONOSONE

  • Do not keep the treated skin area covered or apply on your face unless advised by your doctor.
  • Inform your doctor before taking the medicine if you have diseases like tuberculosis (TB), herpes simplex virus (infection of the eye), cystic fibrosis (genetic disorder of glands resulting in lung and digestive problems), clouding of lens in the eye (cataract) or raised pressure in the eye (glaucoma), or a lung or chest infection or cold or breathing problems, if you are taking other corticosteroid medications. 
  • Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or planning to become pregnant or breastfeeding. 
  • Do not use if you are allergic to mometasone or any of its ingredients.
  • Do not use if you have had an infection or injury or surgical procedure of the nose.
  • Do not use by Children < 6 years.
  • Do not use if you are suffering from bacterial, fungal or viral dermatitis (bacterial skin infections).
  • Do not use if you have rosacea (redness, small and superficial dilated blood vessels on facial skin).
  • Do not use if you are suffering from perioral dermatitis (scaly or bumpy rash around the lips).

Frequently asked questions for MONOSONE

Mometasone Topical

Q.Is mometasone a steroid drug?
Yes. Mometasone is a steroidal drug

Q.Is mometasone the same as hydrocortisone?
No. Mometasone and hydrocortisone are different drugs; although both are steroids

Q.Does mometasone topical treat ringworm/acne?
Mometasone topical does not treat ringworm/acne. It only treats the symptoms of inflamed skin

Q.Does mometasone topical lighten skin?
Yes. Mometasone topical may lighten the area of skin which is darkened due to any infection.

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Content on this page was last updated on 13 March, 2016, by Dr. Varun Gupta (MD Pharmacology)