FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: MUPIROCIN

User Comments:


For Secondary Cutaneous Bacterial Infections: “I’ve used this on my 2year olds rash and saw noticeable results within 1 day. He would pick his face in his sleep and I couldn’t clear it with anything until the doctor prescribed this. I keep it in my diaper bag all the time now. It also works amazingly for diaper rash and any small cut, scrape, or infection. No side affects on my son, daughter, or myself”

McGMomOf3 September 17, 2017


For Impetigo: “Thought I had horrible acne. Tried other things that online doctors prescribed. Made it worse. Went to my primary after not being able to go to work because I was so embarrassed by my face. She diagnosed it as impetigo and gave the ointment because it stays on longer. Not even 24 hours and it’s almost cleared up. AMAZING. Zero side effects.”

rhsess00 (taken for less than 1 month) May 19, 2017


Bactroban (mupirocin) for Skin and Structure Infection: “As in any tropical country , shoes are a not a comfortable item to wear. The down side of that is your feet are exposed for knocks and scrapes. I have been using an Iodine type product in the past , My doctor in Australia prescribed Bactroban as cream for my condition…It has twice the recovery healing times as iodine , Would recommend it for your first aid pack.”

Joe, VIETNAM (taken for less than 1 month) April 16, 2017


For Skin and Structure Infection: “I had cellulitis near my ankle. Upon application of this drug I experienced severe burning, bumpy rash on both legs and arms. Resulted in nerve damage near my ankle/site of cellulitis. Beware!”

psfrankj (taken for less than 1 month) February 19, 2017


For Skin and Structure Infection: “MD prescribed Mupirocin cream for what he thought was impetigo but swab was negative. Turned out to be roseaca. Cream did not help and actually caused nausea, diarrhea and dizziness. After I stopped using cream, my symptoms disappeared. I’m hyper sensitive to antibiotics and this one is now on the list.”

Crmbks (taken for less than 1 month) June 12, 2016


For Skin and Structure Infection: “I have had a recurring scabby skin infection. Primary care physician prescribed this, did not work, then went to dermatologist, re-prescribed still does not work. It was first thought that condition is Impetigo. I am now waiting on the 2nd lab test. Feeling hopeless and frustrated.”

SmrciJ April 15, 2016

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