This medicine is an antifungal agent used to treat fungal infections.
|Manufacturer||Intas Pharmaceuticals, India|
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|28 Capsule/s||US$ 1.94||US$ 54.32|
|56 Capsule/s||US$ 1.85||US$ 103.605%US$ 108.64|
|84 Capsule/s||US$ 1.75||US$ 147.0011%US$ 164.64|
Itaspor 100 mg is an antifungal drug which treats a variety of fungal infections. It is effective against fungal infections of the skin, eyes, nails, mouth, vagina, and internal organs. The active ingredient in the medicine is Itraconazole, which is known to treat infections caused by yeasts and fungi. Your doctor may also prescribe this medicine to treat other types of fungal infection from recurring.How to use? (infographics and instructions)
Itaspor is available in 100 mg capsule for oral administration. The dose of the medicine will depend on the type of infection that is being treated. Usually, it is given once or twice daily to stop the fungal growth in the body, thus relieving the infection. To get the most benefits, use this drug exactly as your doctor tells you. Continue using it until your prescription is finished, even if your symptoms disappear after a few days. Do not miss any doses or stop the use, because if you stop treatment, the infection may return. Tell your doctor if your infection doesn’t get better.Precautions (Things to remember, allergy, and warnings)
Do not take Itaspor 100 mg if you are pregnant or are not sure about your pregnancy status. Notify your doctor if you have ever had heart failure, liver problems, or complications associated with a weak immune system. In such cases, the medicine may not be suitable for you. If your treatment duration is more than a month, then your doctor may want to check to monitor your liver by testing the blood. Itraconazole may make you dizzy or make a slightly blurry vision. So do not drive or operate machinery until it is safe.Side effects of Itaspor 100 mg
The common side effects of Itaspor 100 mg are headache, nausea, and stomach pain. Individuals using an itraconazole preparation may also experience problems with menstrual periods, cough, cold, blurry vision, runny nose, constipation, diarrhoea, hearing loss, and indigestion. You must consult your doctor to get advice on how to prevent or reduce these adverse effects. You should discontinue taking the drug if you have any signs of allergic reactions or congestive heart failure. Symptoms of an allergic reaction may include swelling of the lips, breathing problems, nausea, dizziness, swelling of the lips, face, or throat.