Micatin Spray Powder (Miconazole Nitrate - non Rx) Medication


Micatin Spray Powder (Miconazole Nitrate - non Rx)

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Drug Description


Micatin Spray Powder is a topical medication used to treat skin infections such as athlete’s foot (tinea pedis), ringworm (tinea corporis), and jock itch (tinea cruris). 

As an azole antifungal, Micatin Spray Powder inhibits fungal growth in the skin, alleviating itching, scaling, burning, and discomfort associated with skin infections. 

Uses and Dosage 

Carefully read and adhere to the instructions provided on Micatin Spray Powder packaging before initial use and with each refill. For any questions or additional information, consult your healthcare provider or pharmacist. 

Micatin Spray Powder is intended for skin use only. Refrain from applying on open wounds. 

Avoid applying this medication to the eyes, nose, mouth, or vagina. If accidental contact occurs, thoroughly rinse the affected area with water. In case of accidental ingestion, seek medical help. 

Micatin Spray Powder is usually sprayed over the affected area twice daily, morning and night. 

To properly apply this medication, follow these steps: 

  1. Shake the can well before use. 
  2. Cleanse the affected skin with soap and water, ensuring thorough drying. 
  3. Spray a thin layer of powder over the affected area. 
    • For athlete’s foot, focus on spaces between toes; wear well-fitting, ventilated shoes and cotton socks. 
  4. After applying the medication, wash your hands. 

Avoid wrapping, covering, or bandaging the treated area unless specifically instructed by your doctor. 

For the best results, consistently use Micatin Spray Powder as directed on the product package or as prescribed by your doctor. Apply it at the same times each day for adherence. 

Continue treatment with this medication for 1-2 weeks after symptoms have subsided, with a maximum duration of 4 weeks. Ceasing the medication prematurely may lead to a recurrence of the infection. 

If there is no improvement within 2 weeks or if new irritation occurs after completing the full treatment, cease usage of Micatin Spray Powder and consult a doctor. 

Side Effects 

Common Side Effects 

  • Dry, itchy, or peeling skin 

Inform your doctor if these common side effects persist or worsen. 

Serious Side Effects 

  • Severe blistering, redness, or irritation of treated skin 
  • Indications of systemic absorption of the medicine into the bloodstream, including: 
  • Dry mouth, sore tongue, tooth pain, red or swollen gums 
  • Altered sense of taste 
  • Nausea, diarrhea 
  • Headache 

Stop using Micatin Spray Powder and call your doctor if you experience any of these serious side effects. 

Allergic Reactions 

Although rare, a severe allergic reaction to Micatin Spray Powder can occur. Prompt medical aid must be sought if any of the following symptoms manifest: 

  • Breathing difficulty 
  • Hives 
  • Facial, lips, tongue, or throat swelling 

This list does not include all potential side effects of Micatin Spray Powder. Report to your doctor if you notice any effects not mentioned here. 


Before using Micatin Spray Powder, talk to your doctor or pharmacist if you have known allergies, especially to miconazole, other azole antifungals (e.g., clotrimazole, econazole, or ketoconazole), or any ingredients in this spray powder. 

Consult a healthcare professional or pharmacist regarding the suitability of using Micatin Spray Powder if you have any medical conditions or are taking medications, including prescription and over-the-counter drugs, along with vitamins and herbal supplements. 

Micatin Spray Powder is pressurized and flammable. Avoid using this product near heat or an open flame, such as a cigarette. Do not puncture or incinerate the container. 

The potential impact of Micatin Spray Powder on an unborn baby is unknown. If pregnant, refrain from using this medication without consulting a doctor. 

The transfer of miconazole topical into breast milk and its potential harm to a nursing baby are uncertain. If you are breastfeeding, seek advice from a doctor before using this medication. 

Additional information

Generic name:

Miconazole Nitrate – non Rx


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