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Satogesic hot gel

Generic name: methyl salicylate topical [meth-il-sa-liss-il-ate-top-ik-al]
The brand names are: arthricare cream, boroleum, castiva cooling, coats aloe analgesic liniment cold and hot pain relief,… Show the 25 brands
drug class: topical rubefacient

What is Satogesic hot gel?

Satogesic hot gel (for the skin) is used to provide short-term relief from minor pains and aches due to strains, sprains, arthritis, bruises, nerve pain, and basic back pain.

Satogesic hot gel could also be used to treat conditions that are not mentioned in this medication guide.

Side effects of Satogesic hot gel

See a doctor immediately. If you are experiencing symptoms warning signs of an allergic response, such as difficulty breathing, hives, and swelling of your lips, face, and throat,

Satogesic hot gel may cause serious side effects. Stop using satogesic hot gel immediately and consult your physician immediately in the event of:

  • Redness or swelling of the treated area
  • More pain, increased pain
  • Extreme skin irritation or burning, like severe skin irritation, such as a blister, itching, pain, or blisters.

More minor side effects might be more likely, or there may be no side effects whatsoever.

This isn't an exhaustive list of all the side effects. Other effects may also be present. Contact your doctor to seek medical advice on the effects. You can report any side effects to the fda at 1-800-fda-1088.


Follow the instructions on the label and in the package. Make sure you use the product exactly as it is indicated.

Prior to use this drug

Consult your doctor or pharmacist to see if satogesic hot gel is suitable for you if you have ever suffered from an allergic reaction (especially in the case of aspirin or other salicylates).consult a physician before taking this medication if you are nursing or pregnant.if you are breastfeeding, refrain from applying this medication to your nipple not give this medication to a child without medical guidance.

How to take Satogesic hot gel?

Follow the directions on the label or as directed by your not chew it. Topical medicines are meant for use on only the skin.apply only to dry, clean skin. Do not apply it to large areas of skin.don't apply it to open wounds or on skin that has been burned, sunburned, blistered, or otherwise irritated.

Only certain types of this medicine are appropriate for use in children under the age of follow all directions when administering this medicine to the child.apply a thin layer of medication to the area that is painful and gently rub it the patch of skin over the area that is hurting, and apply pressure to the edges. Take the patch off and put a new one on according to the instructions.

Mix and shake the spray thoroughly prior to every use.wash your hands thoroughly with soap and water following the application of this medication or handling an application patch for your skin. To avoid inhaling this medication on your hands, apply it with gloves made of rubber, a cotton ball, a finger cot, or a clean towel.if you're using the medicine to treat an area on your fingers or hands, take at least 30 minutes before washing your not cover the areas with bandages or a heating pad.

Stop taking this medication and consult your physician in the event that your pain doesn't improve after seven days, or if your symptoms become worse or better, then return within a few weeks.keep at room temperature, far from heat, moisture, and direct sunlight.

What happens if i miss the dose?

Satogesic hot gel can be used when you need it. If you're on a schedule for dosing, take a break from any dose missed. Do not take two doses at once.

What happens if i overdose?

Get medical attention immediately or contact the poison help line at 1-800-222-1222 if you have accidentally swallowed the medication.

What should be avoided?

Do not get satogesic hot gel within your eyes. If contact occurs, wash your eyes with water. Be sure to avoid getting the medication in your mouth, nose, or vagina.

Avoid getting the medication on your contact lenses, dentures, or other devices that come into contact with delicate areas of your not use other medications in the same areas of treatment without medical guidance.

Interaction with other drugs

The skin-care products you take are unlikely to have an effect on any other medications that you are taking; however, there are many drugs that interact. Inform your doctor about all of your current medications, such as prescription and over-the-counter drugs, vitamins, and herbal remedies.