Lidocort Cream Dosage
Generic name: LIDOCAINE HYDROCHLORIDE 30mg in 1g, HYDROCORTISONE ACETATE 5mg in 1g
Dosage form: cream
Drug class: Topical anesthetics
Medically reviewed by Drugs.com. Last updated on Feb 16, 2021.
Apply product to the affected area(s) twice daily or as directed by a physician. Product should not be used in excess of recommendations or for prolonged used in the anal canal. If the condition does not respond to repeated courses of product or should worsen, discontinue use and seek the advise of your physician.
Products without applicators: Remove the child-resistant cap and foil seal from the tube. Apply a thin film to the affected area. Replace the cap after use.
Products with Single-Use Tubes and Applicators: Tear open one cleansing wipe packet (if the product kit contains such item), gently clean the affected area and discard the used cleansing wipe. Remove the child-resistant cap and foil seal from one tube and firmly screw one applicator onto the tube. Do not over tighten. Squeeze the tube to fill the applicator until a small amount of cream/gel comes out of and lubricates the applicator openings. Gently insert the applicator tip with attached tube into anal area. Continue squeezing the body of the tube as it is moved around the areas of discomfort, and lastly, around and in the anal opening (if directed by physician).
Do not completely insert the applicator and tube into the anus or insert deep into the rectum. Do not insert a loose applicator tip into the anus or rectum. Once application is completed, both the tube and applicator should be gently removed and discarded.
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