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Ketoconazole Foam Information

A healthcare provider may prescribe ketoconazole foam (Extina®) to help treat a skin condition called seborrhea. This prescription medication works by killing certain types of fungus that may cause this skin problem.
 
This medicine comes as a foam that is applied twice daily for four weeks. While most people tolerate this product well, some people may experience side effects, such as a burning sensation or other skin reactions.
 
While it may be an effective treatment, not everyone can use this medication. Information on ketoconazole foam should be discussed with your healthcare provider before using this product to help avoid potential complications. For example, you may not be able to use this medicine if you have certain allergies.
 
(For more information on this medication, click Ketoconazole Foam. This article contains a complete overview on various aspects of this medicine, including what to do if you miss a dose, generic availability, and more.)
 

Ketoconazole Foam Information

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