Dovonex (Calcipotriene, Calcipotriol) is prescription medication used to treat plaque psoriasis in adults. It contains calcipotriene monohydrate, is a synthetic vitamin D that is formulated for the topical dermatological use. Plaque Psoriasis is a skin condition that cannot be cured but it can be effectively managed. Take Dovonex exactly prescribed.
BestBuyRX supplies only genuine Dovobet/Dovonex (shipped using Canadian packaging) and/or Turkey (shipped with Turkish and/or Mauritian) packaging. This Dovobet/Dovonex is manufactured by Leo Pharma A/S, the worldwide manufacturer of Dovobet/Dovonex. BestBuyRX has no affiliation whatsoever with Leo Pharma A/S.
We currently have the brand Dovonex Ointment and Cream (also known as Psorcutan) comes from Turkey and brand Dovonex Solution comes from Canada manufactured by Leo. Generic Dovonex is not available now. Dovonex comes in the following dosages and forms:
• Dovonex 0.005 %/30 gm in Ointment and Cream
• Dovonex 0.005 %/60 ml Solution
The most common side effects of Dovonex include:
• Dry skin;
• Skin burning, irritation, and stinging;
• Peeling and rash;
If you suffer any serious side effects as below, please notify your doctor or pharmacist immediately.
• Hair bumps (folliculitis);
• Mental/mood changes;
• Severe dizziness;
• Skin discoloration/thinning;
• Trouble breathing;
• Unusual tiredness;
Apply Dovonex on the skin only. Do not use Dovonex if you are allergic to Calcipotriol or Calcipotriene or any ingredient in this medication. Tell your doctor about all the medical conditions you have had before.
• High levels of calcium in your blood (hypercalcemia);
• High levels of vitamin D in your body (hypervitaminosis);
• You’re receiving light treatments;
Always wear a sunscreen and protective clothing when outdoors. Tell your doctor about all the medicines you are taking including prescriptions and over-the-counter medicines including herbal supplements, especially: other products containing vitamin D. This may cause a serious or fatal drug interaction. Consult your doctor if you are getting pregnant or breastfeeding.