When applied topically penetrates well into the skin; systemic bioavailability – 10%. Pruritus of different origin boldenone (except associated with cholestasis), for example, itchy dermatitis, eczema, urticaria, insect bites.
Sunburn, household and industrial burns (mild). Hypersensitivity to dimetindenu and other components of the drug, angle-closure glaucoma, prostatic hyperplasia, children under the age of 1 month, especially premature.

Precautions – Pregnancy Trimester 1, lactation.

Pregnancy and lactation:
Use of the drug in the first three months of pregnancy is possible only after consultation with your doctor. In II and III trimesters of pregnancy and lactation Fenistil gel should not be used on large areas of skin, especially in the presence of inflammation or bleeding phenomena. Nursing mothers boldenone should not be applied in the preparation of the nipples of mammary glands.

Dosage and administration:

Outwardly. The gel is applied to the affected area 2-4 times a day. In cases of pronounced itching or skin lesions common to the simultaneous use of oral forms.

Side effects

Dry, burning of the skin. In rare cases – skin rash and itching.

Overdose:

cases of overdose have not been described.

Interactions: not described.

special instructions

In infants and young children should not use the drug to large areas of skin, especially in the presence of phenomena of inflammation or bleeding.
In marked itching or extensive lesions of the skin preparation may be used only after consulting a doctor.
When using the gel Fenistil on large areas of skin should be avoid exposure to sunlight.
If the severity of symptoms of the disease is not reduced in the period of application of fenistil gel or, on the contrary, boldenone intensified, it is necessary to consult a doctor.
Ineffective pruritus associated with cholestasis.

Product form:

Gel for topical application in 30 g aluminum tubes with a polypropylene lid. Tuba, together with instructions for use are packed in a cardboard box.