Nizoral table. 200 mg. 30 table

Nizoral table. 200 mg. 30 table
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Nizoral is a drug used to treat infections caused by fungi and yeasts (eg Candida). It is used for the treatment of infections of the skin, hair and mucous membranes, which can be cured by applying the drug topically on the infected. persistent vaginal infections;
  infections of the mouth, throat, stomach, intestines and other internal organs, or simultaneous infection of several organs.

Nizoral table. 200 mg. 30 table
 

WHAT IS THE PILL used Nizoral?

Nizoral is a drug used to treat infections caused by fungi and yeasts (eg Candida). It is used to treat:
  infections of the skin, hair and mucous membranes, which can be cured by applying the drug topically on the infected.
  persistent vaginal infections;
  infections of the mouth, throat, stomach, intestines and other internal organs, or simultaneous infection of several organs.
 

WHEN NOT TO BE USED Nizoral?

 
Do not use Nizoral:
  if you have any liver disease;
  if you know you are allergic to it.
 
Do not take any of these medicines if you take Nizoral:
  Some allergy drugs, such as terfenadine, astemizole and mizolastine;
  halofantrine - medicine to treat malaria;
  levatsetilmetodil (levomethadyl), medicine for pain or to control the drug; 
Cisapride and domperidone , drug-using that for some digestive problems;
  certain drugs that lower cholesterol as simvastatin and lovastatin;
  some hypnotics such as midazolam and triazolam;
  pimozide or sertindole - medicines for psychotic disturbances;
  some medicines used to treat heart rhythm disorders known as quinidine, disopyramide and dofetilide;
 certain drugs for the treatment of angina pectoris (severe chest pain) and high blood pressure, bepridil, epleronon and nisoldipine;
  medicines called ergot alkaloids such as ergotamine, dihydroergotamine, ergometrine (ergonovine) metilergometrin (methylergonovine) used to Conroy the bleeding and maintain uterine contractions after birth.
 

WHAT PRECAUTIONS SHOULD TAKE

 
 If you are taking any other medication, tell your doctor as simultaneous use of certain medications can be dangerous. Notify the medicines that your doctor has prescribed for those you have selected, including nutritional supplements and herbal products.
 
 Tell your doctor if you have liver disorders or if you are allergic to any medicines. You should not use Nizoral tablets in case you have any acute or chronic liver disease. During treatment with Nizoral tablets may occur liver disorders, even for short courses of treatment, sometimes serious. The possibility of this happening is greater for longer periods of taking Nizoral tablets. Stop taking Nizoral tablets and contact your doctor immediately if any of these symptoms occur during treatment with Nizoral tablets: dark urine, pale stools, yellowing of the skin, stomach pain, abnormal fatigue, gadene.povrashtane loss of appetite, abdominal pain and / or fever.
 
If you need to take Nizoral tablets, your doctor will need to blood tests to make sure that your liver is working properly. With continued treatment, your doctor will recommend regular blood tests for possible liver problems can be detected early. (See Adverse Reactions)
  Tell your doctor if you have Addison's disease (impaired function of the adrenal gland). If you have Addison's disease or are under stress, such as that of major surgery, adrenal function should be monitored
 

Pregnancy

 
If you are pregnant or suspected pregnancy, tell your doctor who will decide if you should take Nizoral tablets.
 
Breastfeeding
 
You are advised not to breast-feed if you are taking Nizoral, as small amounts of the drug can penetrate into breast milk.
Some people feel sick if you drink alcohol while taking Nizoral. Therefore should not consume alcohol.
  Heartburn should be sufficient to completely absorbed Nizoral. Therefore, drugs that neutralize stomach acid should be taken no earlier than two hours after taking Nizoral. For the same reason, if you are taking drugs that suppress the production of stomach acid, Nizoral should be taken with a Coke.
 
 Inform your doctor or pharmacist about medications you are taking at the moment. Some medicines can not be administered concomitantly, and for simultaneous use of other required some adjustments.
 
Examples of drugs that should never be taken while you are taking Nizoral:
 
 Some medicines against allergy, terfenadine, astemizole and mizolastine;
  Halofantrine - medicine to treat malaria;
  Levatsetilmetodil (levomethadyl), medicine for pain or to control the drug;
  Cisapride and domperidone, drug users are in some digestive problems;
  Some drugs that lower cholesterol as simvastatin and lovastatin
  Some hypnotics such as midazolam and triazolam;
 

ALCOHOL AND OTHER DRUGS

 
 Pimozide or sertindole, medicines for psychotic disturbances;
  Some medicines used to treat heart rhythm disorders known as quinidine, disopyramide and dofetilide;
  Certain medicines to treat angina (severe chest pain) and high blood pressure, bepridil, epleronon and nisoldipine;
  Medicines called ergot alkaloids such as ergotamine, dihydroergotamine, ergometrine (ergonovine) metilergometrin (methylergonovine) used to Conroy the bleeding and maintain uterine contractions after birth.
 
In combination with another drug nyakakav may need to adjust the dosage of Nizoral or other medicine. Examples are:
 
 Some medicines used to treat tuberculosis (rifampicin, rifabutin and isoniazid) and epilepsy (carbamazepine and phenytoin);
  Some drugs acting on the heart and blood vessels (digoxin and calcium channel blocker verapamil);
 Drugs that slow blood clotting;
  Methylprednisolone, budesonide and dexamethasone, anti-inflammatory drugs used for asthma and allergies, orally, by injection or inhalation;
  Cyclosporine, tacrolimus and rapamycin (sirolimus =), which are routinely prescribed for organ transplants;
Certain HIV protease inhibitors;
  Nevirapine, HIV non-nucleoside reverse transcriptase inhibitor;
  Some drugs used to treat cancer;
  Certain medicines to treat anxiety or help you sleep (tranquilizer) and buspirone, alprazolam and brotizolam;
 Sildenafil drug to treat erectile dysfunction;
  Trimetrexate, a medicine used to treat certain types of pneumonia;
  Ebastin, drug allergy;
 Atorvastatin, a drug to lower cholesterol;
  Reboksetin, medicine to treat depression;
 Some medicines for pain such as fentanyl and alfentanil;
  Cilostazol, a medicine to improve circulation;
  Eletriptan, a drug for the treatment of migraine headaches;
  Repaglinide, a medicine to treat diabetes;
  Tolterodine, a medicine used to control the need for frequent urination.
 
 

DRIVE AND USE MACHINES

 
Usually no problem, if you feel dizzy and drink alcohol.
 

HOW TO TAKE Nizoral and at what dosage?

  Nizoral comes in tablets for oral administration.
  Always take Nizoral with a meal to be better absorbed by the body.
 Swallow the tablets with a drink.
How much Nizoral should take and how long depends on the type of fungus and the site of infection. Your doctor will tell you exactly what to do. The treatment period can vary from 5 days to 12 months.
 
 Adults and children weighing more than 30 kg usually take a "one tablet daily with a meal. Sometimes the dose may be increased to two tablets once daily.
 Children weighing 15 to 30 kg usually take half a tablet daily with a meal.
  Nizoral tablets are not recommended for use in children weighing less than 15 kg.
 
Nizoral is generally well tolerated. Sometimes the following side effects occur:
 Indigestion, nausea, abdominal pain and diarrhea, but they are usually not serious. It is also possible onset of headache, dizziness, sensitivity to bright light, feelings of numbness in the fingers or toes, decreased platelet count, swollen breasts, hair loss, impotence and menstrual disorders.
  Hypersensitivity to Nizoral is rare. It can manifest itself as a skin rash, itching, shortness of breath and / or swelling of the face. In this case stop taking Nizoral and consult a doctor. If you have difficulty breathing, seek emergency medical care.
  Liver disorders also occur frequently. They can arise if you need taking Nizoral for a long time. Symptoms are loss of appetite, nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, dark urine, pale stools, yellowing of the skin, abnormal fatigue, and / or fever. In this case, taking Nizoral should be discontinued and contact a doctor immediately (see "precautions").
  Very rarely arise failure of the adrenal glands (small glands near the kidneys).
 
Without hesitation, tell your doctor if you develop any side effects.
If you take more than prescribed Nizoral, immediately contact a doctor. He will take the necessary measures.
 
 
Physician information is case of overdose
 
In case of accidental overdose, you should take supportive measures. In the first hours after ingestion may perform gastric lavage. If deemed necessary, may be given activated charcoal.
 
 

HOW TO KEEP Nizoral?

 
Nizoral Store below 30 ° C (ie, at normal room temperature). Keep your tablets in a dry place. This drug can be stored for a limited period of time. Do not use Nizoral after the date (month and year) printed after "EXP." Even if it has been stored properly.
You are advised to return the medication expiration date your pharmacist
 

 OVERDOSE

 
 Shelf life: 5 years
 

WHAT Nizoral?

 
Nizoral is a drug used to treat infections caused by fungus and yeast. Active ingredient in Nizoral is ketoconazole. Nizoral comes in tablets. White, round, scored tablets:
  1 tablet contains 200 mg of ketoconazole (on the tablet reads "Janssen" on one side and the reverse K/200)
  Tablets also contain lactose, povidone, corn starch, colloidal silicon dioxide and magnesium stearate.
 
What you need to know about the medicines ...
 
If you are taking any other medicines, always inform your doctor as some medications should not be used simultaneously.
 
Medicinal products are well tested before giving them to patients. It is therefore unlikely to occur is something wrong if the medicines are used correctly, ie as follows:
  Solely for the purpose for which the medication is given;
  Only in the prescribed amount;
  Only for the prescribed time.
Keep all medicines out of the reach of children.
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