RHOFADE has just been approved by the FDA and some of the information that is typically included in the RHOFADE Prescribing Information is now available. The PI for a prescription treatment includes a list of pre-existing medical conditions that might preclude one from using this treatment, and a list of possible adverse reactions. All treatments have side effects, so what might stop you from being able to safely use RHOFADE to treat your red face ?
Well, sadly the list is long. Indeed if you find your medical history will preclude you from RHOFADE, you might feel that this quite long indeed.
As we know from Mirvaso, adverse reactions are real, and rosacea sufferers will be well advised to take care with RHOFADE.
RHOFADE Side Effects
- may impact blood pressure
RHOFADE Conta-Indicated Conditions
If you suffer from any of the following conditions you are advised to seek advice from your doctor first.
- severe or uncontrolled cardiovascular disease
- orthostatic hypotension
- uncontrolled hypertension/hypotension
- cerebal or coronary insufficiency
- Rynaud’s phenomenon
- thromboangitis obliterans
- Sjogren’s syndrome
RHOFADE Adverse Reactions
So if you don’t suffer from any of the conditions listed above, and your doctor writes you script for RHOFADE, what bad reactions might you expect?
- site dermatitis (2% of users)
- worseing papules and pustules (1% of users)
- site pruritus, that is itching (1% of users)
- site redness (1%)
- site pain (1%)