Conazole 150mg Tablets

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Please what exactly is the conazole tablet used to treat?



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Jenna Says:

Hello,

Are you referring to Ketoconazole perhaps? If so, I'll provide some information below:

"Ketoconazole (pron.: /kitkonzl/) is a synthetic antifungal and antiandrogenic drug used to prevent and treat fungal skin infections, especially in immunocompromised patients such as those with AIDS or those on chemotherapy. Ketoconazole is sold commercially as an antidandruff shampoo, topical cream, and oral tablet.

Ketoconazole is usually prescribed for topical infections such as athlete's foot, ringworm, candidiasis (yeast infection or thrush), and jock itch. The over-the-counter shampoo version can also be used as a body wash for the treatment of tinea versicolor. Ketoconazole is used to treat eumycetoma, the fungal form of mycetoma.

The side effects of ketoconazole are sometimes used to treat nonfungal problems. The decrease in testosterone caused by the drug makes it useful for treating prostate cancer and for preventing postoperative erections following penile surgery. Another use is the suppression of glucocorticoid synthesis, where it is used in the treatment of Cushing's syndrome. These side effects have also been studied for use in reducing depressive symptoms and drug addiction; however, it has not succeeded in either of these roles.[8][9]

Ketoconazole is also used in combination with other drugs such as zinc pyrithione in rinse-off products. The antidandruff shampoo is designed for people who have a more serious case of dandruff where symptoms include, but are not limited to constant, nonstop flaking, and severe itchiness."

You can learn more about this drug on the page for Ketoconazole Details

I hope this information helps!

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