Fluorometholone (FML)

A steroid drug is fluorometholone. It stops the body from releasing chemicals that lead to inflammation. Fluorometholone topical (for the skin) is used to treat skin conditions like eczema, psoriasis, dandruff, seborrhea, and tinea versicolor that cause swelling, redness, itching, and burning. Short-term inflammation of the eye brought on by allergies or other factors is treated with fluorometholone ophthalmic (for the eyes. Other uses for fluorometholone not covered in this medication guide are possible. This article can be used by Welzo users as reference material to learn more about fluorometholone.

Health Benefits

There are many potential health advantages of fluorometholone. A few of these are:

Reduced inflammatory response

2. Treating dandruff, eczema, and other skin conditions

3. Addressing inflammation-related eye conditions like allergies

4. Possibly enhancing immune function

5. Decreased cancer risk

Side Effects

Side effects from fluorometholone are possible. A few of these are:

1. An upset stomach

2. Retching

3. Diarrhea

Four. Diarrhea

5. Queasyness

6. head pain

7. Cloudy vision


Fluorometholone is typically administered two or three times daily for no longer than two weeks at a time at a dose of 0.01% to 0.03% to the affected area.

The typical dose for ophthalmic use (eye drops) is one or two drops up to four times per day in the affected eye(s).


Fluorometholone and other medications may interact.A few of these are:1. Steroid drugs like dexamethasone, hydrocortisone, and prednisone2. Immunosuppressive drugs like tacrolimus and cyclosporine3. Antibiotics like polymyxin B, bacitracin, and neomycin4. Diabetes drugs like metformin and insulin5. Hormone-based contraceptives, such as birth control pills