Kemsol is used as a treatment for scleroderma. Scleroderma affects the skin, and in more serious cases it can affect the blood vessels and internal organs. The most evident symptom is the hardening of the skin and associated scarring. Typically, the skin appears reddish or scaly. Blood vessels may also be more visible. Where large areas are affected, fat and muscle wastage will weaken limbs and affect appearance.
Avoid using Kemsol if you
- are allergic to any ingredients in this medication;
- have any eye diseases;
- have liver or renal dysfunction;
- have skin sensitivity.
Side effects of Kemsol
The most common side effects include:
- itching and irritation at site of application;
- sensations of warmth;
- dizziness and sedation;
Use of Kemsol in children and infants is not recommended unless the potential benefit outweighs the risks involved.
Kemsol has not been studied in pregnant or lactating women and therefore is not recommended in their treatment. Tell your doctor if you are pregnant, planning to become pregnant, or breastfeeding.
When applied to infected skin Kemsol may induce invasion of certain microorganisms. Repeated application of the drug may lessen its effectiveness in some individuals. This medicine may cause dizziness and changes in vision. Use caution while driving or performing other tasks requiring alertness, coordination, or physical dexterity.
Avoid contact of synthetic fabrics with skin wetted with Kemsol.
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