Nizoral (Ketoconazolel, Extina)
Ketoconazole is the generic name of Nizoral and it is also known by the other names like Kuric, Xolegel, Extina or Ketoconazolel. The most areas of the skin normally are the invitation for the fungal growth. The moistness in the skin or the skin injuries are the main causes for the fungal growth in our body. However, if the bacteria in the body are altered due to the extensive antibiotic treatments, it could also welcome the growth of the fungus.
The common symptom of the fungal growth is the inflammation of the skin in the most areas. The fungus growth has also been known to attack the lungs of the patients who are undergoing the prolonged medical treatments.
The best part is that these fungal infections can be easily eradicated with the Nizoral. Candida infections in the mouth or on the skin, coccidiomycosis, histoplasmosis, blastomycosis are a few of the commonly known skin infections caused by the fungi. Nizoral is also very effective in the treatment of the fungal infections which do not respond to other antifungal medication like the griseofulvin.
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Nizoral will need to be introduced orally after or before the food. Prevent taking any antacid syrups or tablets for its least a couple of hours before taking Nizoral.
If you are under the medication of substances like H2 antagonist, anticholinergic or the proton pump inhibitor, it is recommended to space it for its least two hours with the intake of Nizoral. This spacing is very important to prevent any problems from arising.
Completing the full course of Nizoral treatment is mandatory for the complete eradication of the infection and remember not to stop the medication in the condition starts improving it in a few days. Nizoral functions the best if it is taken during the precise hours of the day.
Try not to skip the Nizoral dosage any day and if you do fail to do so, ensure that that you do not overlap it with the next dosage because taking two dosages simultaneously is not recommended.
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