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Crisaborole - Overview

Crisaborole is a medication sometimes prescribed to people who need treatment for atopic dermatitis or eczema. People who might need a crisaborole prescription can use Push Health to connect with a local medical provider who can prescribe crisaborole medication, including crisaborole cream and crisaborole ointment, when appropriate to do so.

Crisaborole - Dosage and Cost

Crisaborole ointment is marketed under the brand name Eucrisa and is sometimes prescribed for the treatment of eczema or atopic dermatitis. The crisaborole dosage and regimen used depends on the judgement of the prescribing medical provider and the health needs of the patient. Some people may find crisaborole ointment to be moderately expensive when paying out of pocket. It is worth looking for crisaborole coupons online or through the manufacturer. Additionally, some insurance plans may help cover costs associated with a crisaborole prescription.

Can I Buy Crisaborole Online?

Crisaborole ointment requires a prescription to be dispensed by a pharmacy in the United States. For this reason, crisaborole OTC is not available and one cannot just buy crisaborole online. The first step to getting a crisaborole prescription is consulting a licensed medical provider. People who might need a crisaborole prescription can use Push Health to connect with a local medical provider who can prescribe crisaborole cream when appropriate to do so.

Crisaborole - Side Effects

Crisaborole can cause side effects when used. Before using crisaborole ointment, it is important to discuss potential side effects and other concerns with a qualified medical provider. Crisaborole and alcohol should not be used together. People with a hypersensitivity or allergy to crisaborole cream, ingredients in the formulation, or similar medications should not use crisaborole.

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Last updated February 20, 2021. Given the evolving nature of medicine and science, this information might not be accurate and should not be construed as medical advice or diagnosis / treatment recommendations. Please consult a licensed medical provider if you have additional questions.