Has anyone ever taken oral doses of Lamisil for treatment of a toenail fungus?
What were your side effects? I'm a little nervous to take it.
Asked by Loan Cheng 1 year ago.
PDR reference: Lamisil side effects Side effects cannot be anticipated. If any develop or change in intensity, inform your doctor as soon as possible. Only your doctor can determine if it is safe for you to continue taking Lamisil. Side effects of the cream and solution are uncommon. They include burning or irritation, itching, dryness, peeling, and rash. The tablets are a bit more likely to cause a reaction: Side effects of the tablets may include: Diarrhea, headache, indigestion, rash Special warnings about Lamisil Changes in the lens and retina of the eye have been reported in people taking Lamisil tablets. If you notice any changes in your vision while taking the tablets, notify your doctor. Lamisil tablets have been known to cause rare cases of liver damage. If you develop warning signs such as nausea, loss of appetite, or fatigue, alert your doctor. Lamisil tablets are not recommended if you have liver disease or kidney problems. If you suffer from the autoimmune disorder lupus erythematosus, you will not be able to take Lamisil. Lamisil tablets have also, in rare instances, caused very severe skin reactions. If you develop a steadily worsening rash, stop taking the tablets and call your doctor immediately. If you develop another kind of infection while taking Lamisil tablets, tell your doctor. Lamisil may decrease your ability to fight infection. Do not use Lamisil cream or solution in the eye, mouth, nose, or vagina. In case of accidental contact with the eyes, rinse them thoroughly with running water and call your doctor if symptoms continue. If you develop skin irritation, redness, itching, burning, blistering, swelling, or oozing while using the cream or solution, notify your doctor. Do not cover the treated area with dressings unless directed by your doctor. Lamisil has not been tested for safety in children. Lamisil takes months to work (the nail needs to completely grow out). I personally would try a stabilized allicin product. Answered by William Endersbe 1 year ago.
I got my Toenail fungus when Victoria, my Vulture, did my Pedicure with her beak .....She said it was the personal touch that matters! Now she has to come over 3 times a week to "Share" saliva with me as I try to build up my antibodies. I think she's trying to edge Eleanor out of the picture. Answered by Joshua Maio 1 year ago.
Birthcontrol v lamisil?
can some one please help me.. i want to know if lamisil will fight against birth control "yasmin" my doc says it will be ok but pharmacist said to be careful does anyone know from personal experience????? i don't want to get pregnant i already have my family
Asked by Greg Martiniz 1 year ago.
Lamisil theoretically can interact with your Yasmin. It does so by increasing the number of liver enzymes available to chew up the Yasmin, so there is less active drug circulating (thus lowering its effectiveness, at least in theory--the strength of this interaction is pretty weak, hence the discrepancy between your physician's opinion and your pharmacist's. Your pharmacist is absolutely correct that there is a potential interaction though). If you're concerned about getting pregnant, consider a backup method of birth control while using Lamisil, and for about a week after stopping the Lamisil (it takes time for the number of enzymes to go back to normal). Answered by Rolland Cuther 1 year ago.
The pharmacist would be the one to trust. Lamisil has so many horrible side effects, you never know what is going to happen next. Find another anti-fungal, or use the cream if you can. Answered by Merna Apkin 1 year ago.
Will Lamisil cure warts?
There are warts on my friends hands, i just want to know what will cure that without goin to the doctors.
Asked by Galen Falkowski 1 year ago.
Like others said doctors and drugs companies suppress them because of money. They want sell more foods and drugs that make people suffer to make a lot of money. It is awesome that you explain how to take care of wart. I wish I knew that years ago. Answered by Tonya Rotert 1 year ago.
Can you buy lamisil tablets in every county ?
Out of US you can get it?Europe???
Asked by Jarod Kinsley 1 year ago.
Lamisil -- for treatment of toenail fungus and other fungal infections -- is a prescription drug in the US. It is not available over the counter and you will need a prescription from a doctor to buy it. As long as you have a prescription, you can buy Lamisil in the US. I know that Lamisil is available in England, so that should mean that it is available throughout Europe. I discussed taking Lamisil with an English friend and she said that it was widely used in England. Answered by Floria Jeffry 1 year ago.
Has anyone ever taken Lamisil tablets for Toe nail fungus?
My doctor is about to prescribe me lamisil tablets for my toe nail fungus. I know it can cause liver damage and they said that's why they monitor your blood work every month. I am still scared to take it. Has anyone ever taken it? How did it work? Did you have any side effects? Did it clear up...
Asked by Leola Fiato 1 year ago.
My doctor is about to prescribe me lamisil tablets for my toe nail fungus. I know it can cause liver damage and they said that's why they monitor your blood work every month. I am still scared to take it. Has anyone ever taken it? How did it work? Did you have any side effects? Did it clear up your infection? Answered by Deann Kagel 1 year ago.
I took Lamisil for about a month and it does work. A new nail started to grow out and it was looking really good. I've had this stomach toe nail fungus for like 3 yrs now. It's very embarrassing. I don't know how I got it but it may've been from getting my toe nails done. The only reason I didn't take it past a month was because my doctor messed up and only gave me enough to take for 6wks. I'm going back again next month and hopefully I'll get a three month supply this time. I also went it for the blood work and I was fine. I think the chances of it affecting your liver are pretty small. I also used to take this other anti-fungul pill from Colombia which I can't think of the name but I only had to take it once a week and it worked so good! Half my new was clear and looking really good. I took the other half off and I guess It was either because I did that or b/c I stopped taking it that the fungus came back again. I also stopped taking it cause I had my gall bladder removed and didn't wanna be taking stuff anymore. But nothing I do recommend you taking it so you'll get rid of that toe nail fungus. Trust me, I know how HORRIBLE & EMBARRASSING it is to have one. Answered by Walker Tracey 1 year ago.
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Have you gotten rid of ringworm using lamisil?
Asked by Lisabeth Bugett 1 year ago.
Yes, Lamisil cream can treat ringworm. The infection will go away anywhere from 1 - 3 weeks.It really depends on your immune system. When I had a bad outbreak (ALLL over my body more than 25 splotches) I didn't even bother with the cream because it would take too long and cost too much money so I let my body deal with it.I am used to flea bites so the itch didn't bother me much ( so I didn't have an increased risk of scratching and causing an infestion) My infection cleared 100% at the 3 week mark (granted it was a all over infection) yours more than likely won't take that long. Keep it dry and apply the cream 2x a day. Answered by Tristan Mcpartland 1 year ago.
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apply Lamisil spray and then Desinex powder over it while the Lamisil is still wet...shake off excess powder. Apply for one week..should clear it up Answered by Bernie Lindersmith 1 year ago.
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I took lamisil pills for toenail fungus. Don't know if lamisil is used for ringworm! Ask your doctor. Answered by Laverna Mierez 1 year ago.
Hello, Lamisil is good for ring worm (Tinea Infection).If the infection is on the skin, it is a little bit easier. You need to keep on using it for a few weeks after all the symptoms have disappered. Please get your family doctor to have a look at it and make sure it is ring worm as there are many skin conditions that look like ring worm Cheers. Answered by Layne Arietta 1 year ago.
Of the three, Lotrimin, Lamisil and Micatin, which is the best for treating a scalp fungus?
Of the three, which the cheapest, and/or the most effective for treating a scalp fungus? thanks
Asked by Debbi Verkuilen 1 year ago.
Definitely Lamisil both my mum and i are on Lamisil for scalp fungal infection,they are very affective but are slow to work,we have been on them a while but after trying everything else we tried these last and are now recovering,Lamisil is expensive but better the others are slower working, then after the symptoms are cleared you need to take them for a month to be sure it wont return,if you prefer go for the generic instead of a top brand all have the same ingredients,so yes Lamisil is best. Answered by Claris Helem 1 year ago.
The Lamisil is the strongest antifungal of the three. However, it also has the most limited scope of killing, in that the many different strains of fungi may not be susceptible to it. Assuming that you are an adult, it's also unlikely that you have a scalp fungus, so that, if that's the case, it wouldn't really matter which product you used, as none of them would clear up a non-fungal scalp conditon. Answered by Lacy Gerlock 1 year ago.
Blue Star Ointment is very strong anti-fungal, however if you have a scalp fungus, you will probably need an oral antibiotic called Griseofulvin, but that will depend on how long and how bad the scalp irratation. Blue Star Ointment works wonders. It is actually stronger than all of those creams they sell. Answered by Chere Scace 1 year ago.
Is Lamisil cream okay for long term use?
I DO NOT have the fungus under my toe nails and my toe nails or toe nail area, are NOT itchy.
Asked by Livia Rocchio 1 year ago.
Using Lamisil over and over most likely will not harm you however the fact that you are having to do this suggests that you have a fungal infection that is "fulminant" or very deep, or it could be affecting the nails. If so simple Lamisil will not cure the dermatophytes (fungus). In that case you might want to consider going to a medical practitioner for there are oral medications that you can take that will destroy the fungus deep in the tissues or under the nail bed where Lotrimin will not. Answered by Pamula Valenstein 1 year ago.
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