SPECTAZOLE (Econazole Nitrate)
SPECTAZOLE (Econazole Nitrate)
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Why is Spectazole prescribed?
Econazole Nitrate (Spectazole) cream is prescribed for the treatment of fungal skin infections such as ringworm, athlete’s foot, and jock itch. It is also used in the treatment of sun fungus and cutaneous candidiasis (yeast infection).
What does it do?
Fungal skin infections can cause symptoms such as irritation, redness, itching, and swelling of the skin. Sun fungus causes lightening or darkening of the skin. Spectazole belongs to a drug class called azole antifungals and it works by inhibiting the production of substances required for the growth of the fungus.
How should I apply it?
Spectazole and its generic equivalents are currently available as a 1% cream. It should only be applied to the skin. Avoid getting Spectazole cream into your eyes or mouth.
Wash your hands thoroughly before and after handling the medication. Apply a small amount to the area to be treated and rub it in carefully.
The dosage strength depends on every patient’s condition and the doctor’s prescription. It is imperative that you do not self-medicate and only use this drug after consulting with your doctor or pharmacist to determine the best dosage and dosing schedule for the treatment of your condition.
What if I missed a dose?
The desired effects of prescribed medications will only be achieved if used properly. As much as possible, strictly follow your doctor’s prescribed dosing schedule. However, if you miss a dose, apply it immediately and adjust the time of your next dose depending on your doctor’s advice. Never apply two doses at the same time just to make up for your missed dose.
What are the special precautions applying Spectazole?
Inform your doctor about all the medications you are taking, your current and previous medical history, and any allergic reactions to Spectazole or any other ingredients included in the manufacture of this medication.
For the drug label information of Spectazole, click here.
Does it have any side effects?
It is important to note that all drugs have corresponding side effects and adverse reactions. Additional information may be obtained when you ask your doctor or pharmacist.
- Common side effects include:
- Burning sensation
- Serious side effects include:
- Difficulty breathing
- Severe burning sensation
- Severe irritation
- Severe itchiness
- Severe rashes
Is it safe to use it with another drug?
Some drug interactions may cause life-threatening reactions when taken with other medications. Immediately inform your doctor if you are using Spectazole with any of the following medications:
- Enfortumab vedotin
If you are using any prescription, non-prescription, and herbal medications, inform your doctor and pharmacist for proper information and ask for other possible interactions not listed within this section.
How should I store it?
Store Spectazole in its container in a clean environment away from excessive heat and moisture.
What action should I take in case of overdose?
Call an ambulance and seek immediate medical attention to prevent further complications or possible death.
Is it safe for pregnant or breastfeeding women?
Present data suggest that the use of Spectazole in pregnant women has not established its developmental risks.
There is also limited data on the presence of Spectazole in human milk or its effects on the breastfed infant.
The use of Econazole Nitrate in pregnant and breastfeeding women should be carefully evaluated to determine if the potential benefits outweigh the risks.
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