There is a family of medications called antifungals that includes itraconazole. Fungal infections can be treated both internally (within the body) and externally (on the skin and nails). Itraconazole is used for treating fungal infections of the nails. It travels to the source of the infection underneath the nail through your bloodstream, and it fights the infection there.
How does it work
Infections of the mouth and throat or of the esophagus are treated with itraconazole oral solution (liquid). Triazoles are a group of antifungals that include itraconazole. The antifungal slows the growth of fungi which cause infection.
Applications Or where it is used
The drug is used to treat fungal infections in the lungs that can spread throughout the body. Also, ittraconazole capsules are used to treat fungal infections of the nails. The tablets and capsules of itraconazole are used to treat fungal infections of the toenails.
Dosage of usage
Take Itraconazole Capsules with a full meal for maximum absorption. Take the capsules whole.
Nerve problems can result from taking this medicine. The effects of itraconazole may include burning, crawling, itching, numbness, prickling, and "pins and needles" or tingling in your skin. Immediately notify your doctor if you experience any of these symptoms. The use of this medicine may cause temporary or permanent hearing loss
Warnings and precautions while using this product:
Hepatic Effects - Occasionally, itraconazole capsules have been linked to serious hepatotoxicity, such as liver failure and death. Patients in such cases did not have pre-existing liver disease. Capsules of itraconazole should be taken with food.