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Lamisil treatment: 84 days vs 90 days

Hi Everyone, I've been taking Lamisil tablets for a toe fungus and my (250 mg) tablets originated from Europe. It is my understanding the treatment for toenail fungus is 12 weeks (90 days) - but my supply is 84 tablets - I'm shy 6 tablets to complete the 90 day treatment. I'm back in the States, but my doctor does not want to write a prescription for only six tablets without coming in for a consultation - in other words, without putting a few hundred bucks in his pocket first. My question is: Is there any real difference in effectiveness between an 84 day treatment and a 90 day treatment? I'm aware that I have to wait several months before I see a change. I was told that typically in Europe these tablets, sold by the month, come in boxes of 28 - and 3 boxes would of cour...

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Lamisil & Acyclovir

Is it safe to take Lamisil 250mg. with Acyclovir 200mg. ## is it safe ti take lamisil and oxiclovir togetherr ## I didn't find any interactions listed, but it is always best to double check to be sure. The FDA lists the typical side effects as possibly including nausea, dizziness, headache, diarrhea, and stomach pain. Jay, did you mean Acyclovir?

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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. ## According to FDA studies, Lamisil could increase the effect of Metoprolol, which may cause your blood pressure and heart rate to drop too low. It isn't that they usually can't be taken, together, but your doctor should be monitoring your closely, and may have to adjust your dosages accordingly. Other side effects ma...

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lamisol--uses and side effects

why and how does this affect the liver . ihave always taken pride in my toesnails and apparently thid product is effective in getting rid of this ## Hello, Kathy! How are you? Most medications are processed through the liver and carry the risk of causing liver damage or failure, though it usually only occurs with long-term use of high dosages. Lamisil contains the active ingredient Terbinafine, which is classified by the FDA as an antifungal agent. Its typical side effects may possibly include nausea, dizziness, headache, change in sense of taste or sneak, stomach pain and diarrhea. If you have a liver issue, there are topical ones that you may be able to use, instead. Have you discussed all of your options with your doctor?

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can you take lamisil while taking atripla

Please let me know if I can take lamsil pills while taking atripla ## I didn't find any interactions listed between these two medications, but you should always double check such information to be certain. Lamisil may cause side effects, such as nausea, dizziness, diarrhea and vertigo. Atripla may cause side effects, such as dizziness, drowsiness and skin discoloration. Is there anything else I can help with?

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Side Effects Lamisil And Estratest

Has anyone had or heard of oral Lamisil causing breast tissue change or cysts. I take Estratest also.....any problems with this combo of drugs? ## Lamisil (Terbinafine) does not pose risk to those types of side effects. Estratest however, does. Some side effects of Estratest include: breast enlargement premenstrual syndrome (PMS) unusual body movements More severe side effects (that should be reported to your doctor) can include: breast tenderness or secretion calf or chest pain changes in menstrual flow lumps in the breast NOTE: This is not a complete list of all side effects that may occur; but rather just the ones that fit the symptoms you are describing. As far as taking Lamisil and Estratest together, there are no interactions found between the two medications. I hope this info hel...

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prohep tablets

prohep tablets sourced in South Africa are tsken before consumming alcohol to prevent a hungover ## They contain silymarin, which is a Silibinin and it a liver protective agent and yes, there are those who swear by it to prevent hang-overs. You can read more about it here: Are there any questions? ## I am taking oral lamisil for a fingernail infection. Would prohep ar essentiale liver tablets help to protect my liver while I am on my medication?

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