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Medicine For Miconazole Overdose
Vfend (voriconazole): Quite correct both work on fungal infections but they have different molecular structures. Also each may be more specific for certain fungal types. ...Read more
My athletes foot still in my foof im using canesten and miconazole nitrate but still nothings change.Whats the best medicine cream for athletes foot?
There are many: If off the shelf meds are not working then you need to see a podiatrist to make sure that it is an athletes foot infection or for a prescription med. ...Read more
Site of infection: This is an antifungal given for infection of the skin, nails and vagina. It should be applied to whichever of these sites is infected, lightly, several times per day after cleaning and drying. ...Read more
Miconazole;Pregnancy: Effects on pregnancy: clinical observations have been completed on more than 38, 000 pregnancies where Miconazole was used. There was no higher incidence of birth defects or pregnancy complications in these cases compared to women who did not receive treatment. The food and drug administration has not placed this drug in a pregnancy category. ...Read more
Vaginitis : Depends on what infection you are treating ...Read more
Possibky: May have increased itching as med starts to work. ...Read more
Is Ticonazole more effective than Miconazole? Miconazole didn't work. Do you think Ticonazole will?
Probably not: All the "azole" drugs (miconazole, clotrimazole, terconazole, fluconazole, tioconazole, and others) have the same efficacy against yeast. Up to 5-10% of vaginal yeast infections are resistant to them. Speak with your doctor about alternate treatments, e.g. flucytosine, caspofungin, and a few others. You'll need a prescription. Good luck and happy new year! ...Read more
Yes, safely: Miconazole does not enter the blood stream from the vagina to any significant extent and is safe to use during breast feeding. If you are thinking of using it on your nipples, then Clotrimazole (cream) is the same medication used to treat oral thrush in a baby, would be safe to use, and be effective as well. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer