Itaspor is indicated for the treatment of fungal infections of the fingernails and toenails. It is also used to treat some types of fungal infections in other areas of your body
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Itaspor 100 mg (Itraconazole)
Itaspor 100 mg capsules contains the active ingredient Itraconazole, discovered in 1984, is a triazole antifungal drug used against infections caused by the fungus, which can effect any part of the body including throat, mouth, fingernails, esophagus, mouth, and toenails, etc. It has a wider spectrum of activity than Fluconazole. Particularly, the drug is active against Aspergillus, which Fluconazole is not. Itraspor has virtually no penetration into the cerebrospinal fluid and is over 99% protein bound. Thus, it should never be used to treat central nervous system infections.
What is Itaspor used for?
Itaspor is indicated for the treatment of fungal infections of the fingernails and toenails. It is also used to treat some types of fungal infections in other areas of your body.
How does Itaspor work?
Itaspor contains the active ingredient Itraconazole, which belongs to a group of antigungal drugs called triazole derivatives. The mode of action of Itraconazole is the same as the other azole antifungals. It hinders the fungal-mediated synthesis of ergosterol. Because of the drugs capacity to hinder cytochrome P450 3A4 CC-3, caution must be used when considering interactions with other medicines.
What are the different doses of Itaspor?
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What does Itaspor contain?
The active ingredient is Itraconazole. Each Itaspor capsule contains 100 mg Itraconazole.
What are the adverse effects of Itaspor?
Tell your physician if you do not feel well while you are taking Itaspor.
Itaspor helps most people with fungal infections, but as with all drugs, it may have unwanted adverse effects. All drugs can have adverse effects. Sometimes they are serious, most of the time they are not. You may need medical treatment if you get some of the side effects.
Do not get alarmed by the following list of adverse effects. You may or may not experience all of them. Tell your physician if you observe any of the following and they worry you.
- Runny nose
- Stomach upset or pain in the stomach
- Pain in the abdomen
- Dark colored urine
- Uneven heartbeat
- Pain in the joints
- Loss of hairs
- Appetite loss
- Trouble hearing
- Pain in the chest
- Unexpected weight gain
- Pain in the muscles
- Decrease in the sexual capacity
- Cough up mucus
- Trouble breathing
- Tingling of the hands, legs, arms, or feet
What medications interact with Itaspor?
Inform your physician about all the medicines you take, including prescription and non-prescription drugs, vitamins, and herbal supplements.
Taking Itaspor capsules with certain other medicines may cause certain adverse reactions. Taking these capsules with other medicines can cause serious side effects.
Especially, tell your physician if you take:
Ask your physician for a complete list of these drugs, if you are not sure.
Know the medicines you take. Always keep a list of these to show your physician when you get a new medicine.
When should Itaspor not be used?
Itaspor is not for everyone. Your physician will decide if it is the right treatment for you. Some patients should not take this drug because they may have certain health problems or may be taking certain medicines that might cause serious health issues. Tell your physician about all medical conditions you have had, especially lung, heart, kidney, or liver conditions.
Never take Itaspor if:
- You are allergic to Itraconazole or any of the ingredients in Itraconazole capsules. Ask your physician for a list of these ingredients.
- You have had congestive heart failure
How should Itaspor be taken?
- Always take Itaspor capsules during or after a full meal.
- Your physician will decide the right dose for you. Depending on your fungal infection, you will take Itaspor once a day for 12 weeks, or two times a day for one week in a pulse dosing schedule.
- If you have a history of liver diseases, your physician should do a blood test to check your condition. If you haven’t had liver disease, your physician may recommend a blood test to check your condition of your liver because patients consuming Itaspor can develop liver problems.
- Do not alter the dosing schedule, unless your physician advises you to do so.
- Take the medicine regularly to get the best results.
- If you think you took too much Itaspor, call your physician, or go to the nearest hospital emergency room right away.
- The dosage regimen may differ from the information contained in this document. In the case of any confusion, please consult your physician.
How long should you take Itaspor?
Continue taking Itaspor for as long as your physician recommends.
Missed dose of Itaspor
Take the missed dose as soon as you remember. Leave the missed dose, if it is almost time for your next dose. Do not take an extra dose to make up the missed one.
How should Itaspor be stored?
- Keep it out of the reach of children and away from pets. Avoid exposure to light, moisture, and heat.
- Do not place it in the bathroom or near a sink.