Itraconazole 200mg medicine is used for treating numerous fungal infections. The medicine is a triazole antifungal medicine. It is used to treat the fungal infections related to lungs that spread in the whole body if not treated on time. The medicine is used to treat serious medical fungal infections to mild fungal infections. The medicine is also useful to treat the immune-deficiency syndrome. The medicine belongs to a group of azole antifungal. The medicine helps in stopping the growth of fungus. The medicine is more effective as compared to fluconazole medicine. The medicine inhibits fungal mediated synthesis. The medicine interacts with numerous other medicines that help to reduce fungal infection. The medicine has limitations due to its interaction with other medicines. The medicine prevents the formation of ergosterol required for the cell membrane of the fungus. The absorption of the medicine from the stomach is not possible. The medicine is metabolized. It is extremely protein-bound medicine and is well tolerated. The treatment requires specific therapies for everyone. The infection should be treated on time as it might be fatal if left untreated.
Itraconazole 200mg is usually taken with acidic drinks such as cola. It should be taken with food. Swallow the medicine as a whole, do not chew, break or open it. The medicine should be taken as prescribed by the doctor. It should be taken on the same time interval gaps for better results.
Avoid the consumption of caffeine, alcohol and tobacco with the medicine. Do not take an inadequate amount of medicine. Do not switch brands or types of medicine. Do not take medicine for a longer duration than told. Do not overdose medicine.
Keep Itraconazole 200mg medicine away from children. Avoid the medicine if you are allergic to azole antifungal or any other medicine. Do not take the medicine with kidney, liver or heart disease. Do consult your doctor before starting a dose of medicine. Do not drive after intaking the medicine as it might cause dizziness.
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