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Levulan Kerastick Uses
Treats wart-like lesions (actinic keratoses) on the face or scalp.BRAND NAME (S): Levulan® Kerastick
You will receive this medicine in a clinic or doctor's office.
A nurse or other caregiver will apply the medicine.
The next day, or several hours later, you will be treated with a special blue light.
After treatment with this medicine, stay out of the sun or bright light as much as possible.
Wear protective clothing when going outside.
During the blue light treatment, you will be given special goggles to wear to protect your eyes.
Call your doctor right away if you notice any of these side effects:
Bleeding, blistering, or oozing of treated areas
You should not receive this medicine if you have had an allergic reaction to aminolevulinic acid or porphyrins, or if you have porphyria or skin that is sensitive to sun.
If you are pregnant or breastfeeding, talk to your doctor before receiving this medicine.
During the blue light treatment you may feel stinging, tingling, prickling, or burning of the lesions, but this should go away after the treatment.
Redness, scaling, and swelling may occur but should clear up after 4 weeks of treatment.
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