The Use Of The Drug Minoxidil When Being Treated For Other Diseases?
I want to ask … is there any effect when I use Minoxidil when I am treating other diseases Minoxidil that I use CMA which is smeared and without biotinsaran doctor what do I do
Hello Thorik Bhae, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com.
Minoxidil drugs that are applied to the surface of the skin, can still interact with several other topical medications such as corticosteroids, retinoids, or other topical drugs that are clogged to the pores of the skin. This interaction will cause the drug Minoxidil to be more absorbed by the skin, causing the work of the drug Minoxidil to be better. However, if overuse can cause an increase in the possibility of side effects such as contact dermatitis, burning or redness on the skin given the drug.
As long as you only use the topical minoxidil medication, generally this drug will not cause any interaction with other diseases or medications taken. Although it generally does not cause interaction, it is still advisable to re-consult with a doctor who is treating your condition at this time if there are certain suggestions or not regarding the use of these drugs. Follow the advice given by your doctor about how to use it.
If you feel any side effects that arise due to the use of the drug Minoxidil, immediately control the doctor who treats you to be re-evaluated.
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