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erbitrasx-t
white round pill I picked this up in Tijuana for my Yellow Toe nail infection ...
Updated 7 years ago.
Wed, May 17 '06, 7:54 AM   0 
amox trk cl 875 mg
urinary tract infection ## will amox tr-k clv help with urinary tract infection or blatter infection? I have a ingrown toe nail but also a blatter infection. Aslo how do you get blatter or urinary tract infections? ## Can AMOX TR-K CLV 875-125 Mg Tab help a bladder infection? ## @Jennifer, Based on my research, Amoxicillin and clavulanate is used to treat many different infections caused by bacteria, such as sinusitis, pneumonia, ear infections, bronchitis, urinary tract infections, and infections of the skin. However, I have heard that this medication is not extremely effective for urinary tract infections. Did your doctor prescribe this to you? If not, I would definitely make a point to speak with him/her first so you can get the right stuff to treat the UTI. Learn More: Amoxicillin +... ...
Updated 2 months ago in Amoxicillin.
Sun, Jan 19 '14, 2:37 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 176797
An anti fungal I'm unsure about.
My doctor put me on Diflucan for a toe nail fungus.Has anyone ever heard of this before? I've already had all ten toe nails cut out three times and I can't face that again or having the nails removed.My nails are hard and curl into my toes. ## Hi Missy, Based on my research, Diflucan (Fluconazole) is primarily used to treat Vaginal yeast infections and has been approved by the FDA for that purpose. However, it is sometime prescribed as a toe nail fungus medicine when the toe nail fungus is a mild case, or if the toe nail fungus infection looks to be yeast generated. I have heard of people getting relief from toe nail fungus while using Diflucan, so I hope it works well for you too. Learn More: Diflucan Details If you have any more questions, please post back. ## Hi Jenna,thank y... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Diflucan.
Mon, Jan 07 '13, 12:58 PM   2  Subscribe to thread 240928
 Gris-PEG Griseofulvin
Griseofulvin (marketed under the proprietary name Grifulvin V by Orthoneutrogena Labs, according to FDA orange book) is an antifungal drug that is administered orally. It is used both in animals and in humans, to treat fungal infections of the skin (commonly known as ringworm) and nails. It is produced by culture of some strains of the mold Penicillium griseofulvum, from which it was isolated in 1939.[1][2] Contents 1 Mechanism 2 Uses 3 Potential for cancer treatment 4 Side effects 5 C...
 Grisactin Griseofulvin
Griseofulvin (marketed under the proprietary name Grifulvin V by Orthoneutrogena Labs, according to FDA orange book) is an antifungal drug that is administered orally. It is used both in animals and in humans, to treat fungal infections of the skin (commonly known as ringworm) and nails. It is produced by culture of some strains of the mold Penicillium griseofulvum, from which it was isolated in 1939.[1][2] Contents 1 Mechanism 2 Uses 3 Potential for cancer treatment 4 Side effects 5 C...
 Grifulvin V Griseofulvin
Griseofulvin (marketed under the proprietary name Grifulvin V by Orthoneutrogena Labs, according to FDA orange book) is an antifungal drug that is administered orally. It is used both in animals and in humans, to treat fungal infections of the skin (commonly known as ringworm) and nails. It is produced by culture of some strains of the mold Penicillium griseofulvum, from which it was isolated in 1939.[1][2] Contents 1 Mechanism 2 Uses 3 Potential for cancer treatment 4 Side effects 5 C...
 Fulvicin P/G Griseofulvin
Griseofulvin (marketed under the proprietary name Grifulvin V by Orthoneutrogena Labs, according to FDA orange book) is an antifungal drug that is administered orally. It is used both in animals and in humans, to treat fungal infections of the skin (commonly known as ringworm) and nails. It is produced by culture of some strains of the mold Penicillium griseofulvum, from which it was isolated in 1939.[1][2] Contents 1 Mechanism 2 Uses 3 Potential for cancer treatment 4 Side effects 5 C...
 Fulvicin U/F Griseofulvin
Griseofulvin (marketed under the proprietary name Grifulvin V by Orthoneutrogena Labs, according to FDA orange book) is an antifungal drug that is administered orally. It is used both in animals and in humans, to treat fungal infections of the skin (commonly known as ringworm) and nails. It is produced by culture of some strains of the mold Penicillium griseofulvum, from which it was isolated in 1939.[1][2] Contents 1 Mechanism 2 Uses 3 Potential for cancer treatment 4 Side effects 5 C...
 Griseofulvin
Griseofulvin (marketed under the proprietary name Grifulvin V by Orthoneutrogena Labs, according to FDA orange book) is an antifungal drug that is administered orally. It is used both in animals and in humans, to treat fungal infections of the skin (commonly known as ringworm) and nails. It is produced by culture of some strains of the mold Penicillium griseofulvum, from which it was isolated in 1939.[1][2] Contents 1 Mechanism 2 Uses 3 Potential for cancer treatment 4 Side effects 5 C...
side effects
I started taking it yesterday for a sinus infection and today, after taking both doses I have been dizzy, lightheaded and very woozy. Almost like I'm drunk. It's hard to focus. Is this okay? ## There is a great chance that is from the infection, rather than the antibiotic. I suggest calling your doctor and talking to them about it. ## I started taking this on 5/26/09 and I have dirreah and bloating very bad. I am calling my doctor tomorrow, Monday 5/31/09. ## how long does it take for your body to get use to the medicine so these side effect goes away ## HAD A CYST REMOVED AND WHEN LOOKING AT IT BEHIND THE NAIL ON MY FINGER, WE FOUND A LARGE AREA OF SKIN ABOUT 1/2 INCH ABV FINGER. DR. PUT ME ON A RX WHICH WOULD COST ME $200 WITH INSURANCE. WE CALLED THE DR BACK AND HE RXD AMOX/P... ...
Updated 3 years ago in Amoxicillin + Clavulanate Potassium.
Tue, Mar 22 '11, 4:12 PM   4  Subscribe to thread 180932
Candid B Cream
if we intake candid b cream wat happens ## Candid B is a local "skin application" that consists of Clotrimazole and betamethasone; it is effective for localized fungal infections such as Ring worm. I don't think ingesting the cream is a very good idea to say the least and may even cause more harm than good since it is not an oral medication. Keep in mind that Candid B is not effective in widespread fungal infections. For wide spread fungal infections one would need to take "oral" anti-fungal treatments. In addition, it is not very effective in fungal infection of the nails. As far as side effects go, Clotrimazole and Betamethasone can cause skin irritation. Some people can get allergic reactions but it is quite rare. Mild burning sensation, redness, and itching can a... ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clotrimazole.
Mon, Apr 30 '12, 8:49 PM   1  Subscribe to thread 229951
metotoprol
I have just been prescribed Lamasil by my podiatrist. When looking online to see the detailed side effects and drug interactions of Lamisil, Metotoprol was listed as an interacting medicine. How will Metotoprol interact with my taking Lamasil? It does not say what the interaction is, but since Metotoprol is a beta blocker, I am concerned before I start taking the Lamasil. I want to start taking the oral Lamasil to get rid of a pretty bad nail infection. Thank you. ...
Updated 5 years ago in Lamisil.
Tue, Apr 07 '09, 5:14 AM   0 
pill 93 on one side and 7158 on other side
yellow in color can you tell me what they are ## OVAL SHAPED PILL, YELLOW IN COLOR WITH THE NUMBER 7158 ON ONE SIDE AND93 ON THE OTHER. WHAT TYPE OF PILL IS THIS AND USED FOR WHAT? ## CLARITHROMYCIN 500MG, GENERIC FOR BIAXIN, USED FOR ACUTE RESPIRATORY ILLNESSES INCLUDING FLU, BRONCHITIS AND PNEUMONIA ## yellow oval shaped pill with 7158 on one side and 93 on the reverse ## can you tell me what the pill is and what is it used for? ## I am using it for a mycobacterium infection I received during a pedicure at a NW Houston nail salon. Treatment estimated between 6 months to 9 months. ## Can Clarithromycin 500 MG be taken every 8 hours? ...
Updated 1 year ago in Clarithromycin.
Mon, May 21 '12, 9:07 PM   6  Subscribe to thread 197199
Clotrimazole and Betamethan cream
## I have a vaginal problem, when I used the bathroom I sit and pee I pee a little then this very bad irritation comes are it, it feels like I still have to pee and when I go just a little comes out with the pain still...my grandmother suggested using gentamicina, betametasona, and clotrimazol but she says to pit a lot on the inside of my vagina and my question is that okay can I put the cream inside? ## I have had nail fungus for the last ten years or more. Candid B lotion works well but it returns after I stop using it. Are there side effects of the prolonged use of it. Can you please tell me what is causing the re-occurance ## In regards to the first question from Patty, that actually sounds like it could be a urinary tract infection and if so, it will require an antibiotic. You shou... ...
Updated 11 months ago in Clotrimazole.
Tue, Apr 23 '13, 10:53 AM   3  Subscribe to thread 158309
manteca de ubre
what medicational reasons is it used for. ## Manteca de ubre ## Does anyone know the ingredients in this ointment? Is it manufactured by Germa? ## On Amazon I found some Germa Manteca Ubre Plus 3oz. Kind of hard to come by it seems. Is this the same product you're talking about? ## Manteca de Ubre is used for sore muscle or muscle pain. I used it recently for muscle pain from a fall. I missed a step and landed on my legs and ankles. I spent one night quite uncomfortable. I rubbed the Manteca de Ubre last night and slept like a baby. With other stuff I have used in the past it takes about a week or so to make me feel comfortable. This only took one night. ## I used it a long time ago for an infection I had on my toe, under the nail, I put it only one time, at night time and the next ... ...
Updated 3 months ago.
Sat, Dec 28 '13, 2:25 PM   6  Subscribe to thread 188686


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