Timodine - Information, specialists, frequent questions.

Usage of Timodine

Indications: Dermatoses and severe nappy rash infected with candida
Contra Indications: Use on acne (including rosacea), peri-oral dermatitis, scabies, leg ulcers, tuberculous, ringworm or viral skin disease. Untreated fungal or bacterial infections. Extensive or prolonged use in pregnancy. Continuous prophylactic use

Adverse and side effects

Cushingoid changes and adrenal suppression. Skin atrophy, striae and telangiectasia. Velus hair growth

Special precautions

Limit use in children or on face to maximum 5 days. In infants, napkins and plastic pants may act as occlusive. Monitor use in psoriasis. Withdraw gradually psoriasis. Withdraw gradually after prolonged use

Questions about Timodine

Our experts have answered 2 questions about Timodine

Dr. Andrew Affleck
Dr. Andrew Affleck
Dermatologist
Dundee
Safe yes but always best to have a diagnosis so the optimum treatment can be advised. Some dermatologists run a specialist "male genital skin clinic" which can be very helpful.
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Dr. Anshoo Sahota
Dr. Anshoo Sahota
Dermatologist
Highgate
Timodine contains nystatin and hydrocortisone so it is best not to have intercourse if it had been applied to the penis. It is not safe to use with condoms either. You may have to wait a little…
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