Get a Pimecrolimus (Elidel) prescription refill online
Pimecrolimus cream is a prescription medication for treating mild to moderate atopic dermatitis (eczema). This cream is typically prescribed for patients who have not responded to other first-line medicines.
You can get a Pimecrolimus cream prescription online by connecting with our doctor at Your Doctors Online. Our online doctor will ask you to describe your symptoms to determine the best course of treatment that is considered suitable and safe for you.
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Hi Dr. Nicole, I have used Pimecrolimus (Elidel) cream before for eczema. Can I get a refill?
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- Pimecrolimus (Elidel) cream 10mg/g:
- Apply a thin layer of the cream to the affected area two times per day.
What is Pimecrolimus?
Pimecrolimus comes under a topical calcineurin inhibitor. These inhibitors counter inflammation, which helps suppress the symptoms of atopic dermatitis, including redness, itching, and inflammation of the skin.
Important information about Pimecrolimus
- Common Pimecrolimus side effects include headache, cough, stuffy or runny nose, flu, fever or other viral infection.
- Severe side effects include rash, itching, swelling of the face, tongue and throat, trouble breathing and severe dizziness. Seek medical help if this is the case.
FAQs about Pimecrolimus prescription refill
Do you need a prescription for Pimecrolimus?
Yes, a prescription is required in order to get pimecrolimus.
How long does it take for Pimecrolimus cream to work?
Pimecrolimus, 1% cream, has shown results in between 1-3 weeks in people who have atopic dermatitis.
What is a substitute for Elidel?
When should you not use Pimecrolimus?
Individuals with the following conditions should not use pimecrolimus:
What to avoid with Pimecrolimus?
Use pimecrolimus on the skin only. Be careful not to get this medication in your eyes, inside your nose or mouth, or on open wounds. Do not cover the affected area with bandages unless you have been advised to do so.
How do you stop using Elidel?
Stop using Elidel Cream when your doctor tells you. When the signs and symptoms of eczema settle, you should stop using the cream.
How long can I keep using Elidel on discoid eczema?
It is recommended not to use the cream for more than 6 weeks if symptoms don't improve. Generally, you should stop using Elidel once your eczema symptoms, including rash, itching, and redness, disappear.
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