Should I let my doctor know that I am using Lotrimin AF?

Yes. Although for external use only, in some situations, small amounts of the active ingredient in the Lotrimin AF products may be absorbed into the blood- stream. It's important to let your doctor know you are using Lotrimin AF before using a prescription medication to treat a headache, migraine or symptoms of dementia. You also should tell your doctor about your Lotrimin AF use before receiving certain uterus stimulant medications used during childbirth. If you're pregnant or thinking about becoming pregnant, you should tell your doctor that you are using Lotrimin AF to treat a fungal infection.

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