MICONAZOLE NITRATE Ressources

Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 073507/001.

Names and composition

"MICONAZOLE NITRATE" is the commercial name of a drug composed of MICONAZOLE NITRATE.

Answered questions

Will using miconazole nitrate 2% help with my yeast infection or cure it?
I let mine get a little out of hand. I am currently using the monistat 3 combo pack. The irritation is kinda bad,itchy, stings and such. I just need something that will help with the pain and irritation. I have plain miconazole nitrate. Please and thank you Asked by Deandre Piselli 4 months ago.

Miconazole Nitrate 2% is an anti fungal cream that is the same as monistat. I am assuming it is the kind that you insert vaginally? If so, then yes it will cure your yeast infection. But since you are already using the ovules in the combo pack, there is no need to use it. The ovules should clear up the infection. If you are talking about the tube of miconazole nitrate that came in the combo pack for external use, then yes you apply it on the outside of the vaginal opening and it helps relieve the symptoms, that's what it's in there for :) Answered by Dusty Fencil 4 months ago.


Trying to make a fungal cream that's 4% Miconazole Nitrate?
I have a bad fungal infection so to work faster i was gonna get a cream and a powder and mix it together because each cream/powder has 2% Miconazole Nitrate if i mix them in an equal amount would that make it 4% Miconazole Nitrate or is there already a cream with 4% Miconazole Nitrate thanks Asked by Loni Mishaw 4 months ago.

Mixing them won't increase the concentration of the Miconazole Nitrate, it will just increase the ammount there is. And I would highly discourage from mixing two medicines becasue unless you are a qualified chemist or pharmacist you have no idea what chemicals are present in the powder and cream and can have no idea how they may react. You could potentially poison yourself. If you wan't a stronger treatment, ask your doctor and/or pharmacist about what other options there are. Answered by Rosia Beschorner 4 months ago.

Unfortunately sometimes fungal infections are not always the easiest to treat due to the high incidence of reinfection from the environment. I would suggest going to a veterinary dermatologist who knows a lot more than a general practitioner about treating skin diseases. Some important treatment considerations in treating a fungal infection are identifying the fungas. There are 3 pathogenic species - m canis, t. mentag, and m. gypseum. There may be different treatment recommendations and longevity based upone which species your pets have. The second step is treatment. Some recommend total body clip to reduce the amount of spores in the dead hair shaft. Some advise against this though stating that clipping futher contaiminates the environment. Getting on a proper oral/systemic medication AND topical treatment is a must. There are many oral anti-fungal medications used to treat ringworm. Also, certain shampoos will help with treating the infection from the outside in. Usually this consists of bathing for 10-20 minutes in a special shampoo 2-3 times per week. It's also important to identify health problems that may have made your pet more suseptible to ringworm disease such as cushings disease, inhaled or food allergies, immune imcompetence, flea infestation, bacterial infection, etc. When treating for ringworm envionmental control is a MUST in order to not cause re-infection. The animals should be kept in an area that can be thoroughly sanitized with bleach often. So this may mean while treating, the pet does not have run of the house. You also want to quarrentine animals that have ringworm from animals that don't. You also need to be contientious of yourself being a route for infection. You can get ringworm and spread it to others. So, unfortunately, my advice is going to be to go see a vet - but not just any vet -- a veterinary dermatologist. They are usually located at specialty hospitals, universities, etc. Good luck! Answered by Junko Madlung 4 months ago.


Can I use the miconazole nitrate 2% vulvar cream inside my vagina? One of the suppositories fell in the toilet?
I bought the Monistat 3 Day suppository combo pack with the tube of vulvar miconazole nitrate 2% cream. I dropped one of the suppositories in the toilet accidentally and want to know if I could just use some of the cream with the applicator to substitute. I'd really like to finish treatment and thought the... Asked by Louie Viteaux 4 months ago.

I bought the Monistat 3 Day suppository combo pack with the tube of vulvar miconazole nitrate 2% cream. I dropped one of the suppositories in the toilet accidentally and want to know if I could just use some of the cream with the applicator to substitute. I'd really like to finish treatment and thought the vulvar cream and suppositories are made of the same thing. Answered by Nevada Papai 4 months ago.

You can use the cream internally but it won't be very effective. The best thing I've found for a yeast infection is plain yogurt. Yogurt contains the bacteria that naturally lives on your vulva and controls the growth of yeast. When you have time, wipe some on and leave it for a few minutes then wipe off with a damp cloth or paper towel. Make sure you're thoroughly dry before putting underwear back on! Repeat this for 2-3 days and you'll be good to go :] I've tried the miconazole nitrate stuff before, and it does kill the yeast but seems to upset my entire pH balance for a long time. The yogurt puts the pH and biological balance back where it belongs. If you have recurring yeast infections, try using talc (baby) powder daily to keep you dry. Yeast loves warm, most environments, so the talc is a great preventative! Good luck, I know how irritating it can be! Answered by Haywood Cipullo 4 months ago.

Cream On The Inside Answered by Aundrea Hignight 4 months ago.

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This would be o.k. to do. It might not have the full effectiveness as the suppository and it might be weaker strength - but it should not cause any problems. Answered by Cinthia Sung 4 months ago.


Which is the more effective antifungal (esp for ringworm) - miconazole nitrate or clotrimazole?
Asked by Alica Yzaguirre 4 months ago.

Miconazole and Clotrimazole are both effective for ringworm. They have not been directly compared in clinical studies to determine if one is superior to the other, but they are thought to be equally effective. Good luck. Answered by Chad Bullin 4 months ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: Which is the more effective antifungal (esp for ringworm) - miconazole nitrate or clotrimazole? Answered by Madalyn Vaneck 4 months ago.

Clotrimazole Vs Miconazole Answered by Darlene Holcomb 4 months ago.


I have miconazole nitrate cream and if i..?
put it on my vagina will it make the sores down there go away?they sortof look like boils, but im not sure. im only 14 , and NOT sexually active. Asked by Beckie Pfeil 4 months ago.

You're not sure what they look like... anyways miconazole nitrate is used in Monistat which is a vaginal cream. It should work because that's what it is for. Answered by Digna Pointer 4 months ago.

Miconazole Cream Singapore Answered by Bryan Binet 4 months ago.

No. Miconazole is an antifungal drug that will make a yeast infection go away. Boils would require antibiotic treatment - I hope you see a doctor. Boils are often caused by Staph, and, not to worry you, but there's always MRSA to worry about nowadays. Probably your doctor will tell you there's nothing serious, but please don't let embarrassment keep you away from their office. Answered by Merri Cederstrom 4 months ago.

Miconazole is for yeast infections, which do NOT cause boils. You need to tell your guardian so you can make an appointment to see a gynecologist. It seems that what you have is more than a yeast infection. Answered by Vasiliki Sarden 4 months ago.

This is a situation where you may need to swallow your pride and talk to your mother or doctor or better yet: see a gynecologist. Not all of my patients are sexually active, but they can have problems, too. We have medicines and treatments that work! Old OB/GYN Doc Answered by Kimberely Wankel 4 months ago.

You need to see a doctor, sorry. Yeast infections do not cause boils. Answered by Raymond Macaskill 4 months ago.


Does anyone know if it's safe to use Miconazole Nitrate 2% on a cat for ringworm?
Does anyone know if it's safe to use Miconazole Nitrate 2% on a cat for a fungal infection, or should Clotrimazole Cream Usp 1% be used?A stray cat that hangs out at our house has ringworm. When we moved here our dogs broke out in ringworm, and now this stray cat has as well, but it's on the cats mouth... Asked by Melinda Tavakoli 4 months ago.

Does anyone know if it's safe to use Miconazole Nitrate 2% on a cat for a fungal infection, or should Clotrimazole Cream Usp 1% be used? A stray cat that hangs out at our house has ringworm. When we moved here our dogs broke out in ringworm, and now this stray cat has as well, but it's on the cats mouth and it will lick it, so I want to know what is safe.. Answered by Tarah Frieler 4 months ago.

Don't worry. It is absolutely safe for your fur-baby. It was prescribed by my veterinarian for ringworm over my Lucy's eye. The label says to apply for 14 days. I did and it is gone. My bottle says Conzol, another name for miconazole nitrate. The only difference is that mine says 1%, but I think 2% is perfectly fine. Good luck! Answered by Robin Lendor 4 months ago.

The miconazole is the cream used by vets. You can get it at any pharmacy store - if you can find a 4% solutiion, it's better, but the standard one is the 2%. We've used it on our cats. The vet charges $21 for the tube, the pharmacy was $9 for the tube. I got it from the pharmacy. Put it on in DABS (do not scrub, it spreads the spores making the problem worse) two to three times a day, working slightly into the edge of the fur line. You should see new fur regrowth in a week, and it should take care of the problem by week #4. Yes, check by phone with the vets. Also ask if they have the oral medication for a cat with ringworm, there's a new med on the market for this that's given that way. I believe it's a one time dose, the cat doesn't need to be treated daily. Answered by Denise Lowthert 4 months ago.

The #1 Natural Ringworm Treatment Method Answered by Ellan Sannutti 4 months ago.

I wouldn't trust ANY answers you get on here about this. I've never heard of giving a cat something like that; if you must, ask a vet and see. Call one up is all you have to do, but for medicating, I would never ask on a site like this...it's simply not a good idea. Good luck though, really ^^ It's nice that you're so willing to help out a stray cat...if you have some extra money, see if you can get him/her fixed so they don't reproduce, because then you'll end up with MORE cats with ringworm, and that would suck xD; Money's tight as it is... Answered by Adam Thetford 4 months ago.

When 8 of my kittens broke out into really bad ringworm, I went to the vet and I asked for something oral I forgot the name but the medication was mixed in with chicken broth so that the cat would drink it if you ask your vet they will give you something and give you the directions and it will be safe because your vet would not give you anything that would hurt your pet and the oral medicine will keep ringworm from spreading on there body and clean areas that your pet would lay around or play in since ringworm is a fungus it can keep on spreading I would suggest oral because they wont lick it off and its much easier since it on there mouth also your vet can tell you if it's ringworm for sure. it worked for all eight of my kittens. I would suggest not petting your pet as much as possible because you can get it too. I also got ringworm and so if you ever need to know how to treat yourself and clean your house I will know I was covered in it but I got rid of it in about 2 weeks with 15 cats in the house. plus the treatment for you cat should be cheap. I hope this helps =]. Answered by Suzan Marzullo 4 months ago.

Honestly if the stray doesn't come in & you dont touch it the ringworm will clear itself in about 6-8 weeks. I take care of a feral community & the ringworm comes & goes. just do not touch the cat or let your other animals near it. you do not want to get ringworm!! I really wouldnt put any medication near the cats mouth or eyes, you will do more harm then good good luck Answered by Cindy Leuhring 4 months ago.

Miconazole Spray Answered by Brian Assalone 4 months ago.

Miconazole For Dogs Answered by Theo Segrest 4 months ago.


How long should miconazole nitrate sit in your vagina while having a yeast infection?!?!?
so i have a yeast infection and i inserted the applicator in my vagina and about 2 hours later i woke up to use the bathroom. Can this mess up my vagina from healing/clearing up from the thrush? Asked by Genesis Mccullers 4 months ago.

Miconazole nitrate should sit in your vagina for at least 5-6 hours while having a yeast infection... Answered by Latashia Schardt 4 months ago.


Miconazole nitrate (yeast killer) safe during pregnancy?
I don't have a vaginal yeast infection, but I have horrid athletes foot. My feet are cracked, ripped, bleeding, peeling, burning, itching and swelling where it's cracked open. It hurts to even wear shoes or walk. I seriously need to use something but is it ok to use during pregnancy? It's just a... Asked by Otto Charley 4 months ago.

I don't have a vaginal yeast infection, but I have horrid athletes foot. My feet are cracked, ripped, bleeding, peeling, burning, itching and swelling where it's cracked open. It hurts to even wear shoes or walk. I seriously need to use something but is it ok to use during pregnancy? It's just a foot powder, nothing goes in. Answered by Laurie Shala 4 months ago.

Miconazole nitrate (Daktarin) is class A according to AUS (australian pregnancy ratings) which is safe during pregnancy , go ahead . Answered by Ozell Bonnel 4 months ago.

it should be fine. You can use a 7 day treatment for a vaginal yeas infection so it should be perfectly safe for your feet. If you're very concerned about it call your dr.'s 24 hour hot line if they have one and tell them your feet hurt so bad you cannot wait until the morning and you need an answer to a question. Answered by Marilu Borris 4 months ago.

Panadol and tylenol are the only secure discomfort drugs you're taking at the same time as pregnant. Your maximum possibly feeling pains what's pronounced as RLS - under pressure leg syndrome, its like a crawling feeling throughout your legs and would additionally be deep burning pains interior the better thighs, its a actual discomfort interior the ****. Answered by Magda Yanagihara 4 months ago.


Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
073507/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 100MG
073508/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 200MG
074030/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%
074136/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%
074366/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%
074395/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 100MG
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074444/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%
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091366/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 4%

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
017450/002 MONISTAT 7 MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%
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073508/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE SUPPOSITORY/VAGINAL 200MG
074030/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 2%
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079114/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM, SUPPOSITORY/TOPICAL, VAGINAL 2%,1.2GM
079114/002 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/ TOPICAL, VAGINAL 2%
091366/001 MICONAZOLE NITRATE MICONAZOLE NITRATE CREAM/VAGINAL 4%

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