Dovenex

Were you looking for information on Dovonex? Dovenex is a common misspelling of Dovonex.
 
Dovonex® (calcipotriene) is a medication approved for the treatment of a particular kind of psoriasis called plaque psoriasis. It can help minimize the red, scaly patches often seen with this condition. Most people have no problems with this drug, but side effects are possible. Common ones include burning, tingling, and stinging sensations at the application site.
 
During treatment with Dovonex, it is important to avoid excessive sun exposure (including tanning beds and sun lamps) and to use caution if you are taking vitamin D and/or calcium supplements, as drug reactions are known to occur. In addition, this medicine should never be applied to the face.
 
(Click Dovonex to learn more about this psoriasis medication, including what to tell your doctor before beginning treatment and other safety concerns. You can also click any of the links in the box to the right for specific information.)
 
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