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Anti-Fungal Liquid

Name of the generic: clotrimazole topical [Kloe-TRIM A-ZOLE]
The brand names are: Anti-Fungal Liquid, FungiCURE Pump Spray, Lotrimin AF Cream for Ringworm, Lotrimin AF For Her, Lotrimin AF Jock Itch,… Show the nine brands
Classification of the drugs Antifungal topicals, vaginal anti-infectives

What is Anti-fungal liquid?

Anti-Fungal Liquid is a medicine that fights infections that are caused by fungus.The anti-fungal liquid (for the face) can be used for treating skin conditions like athletes' foot, jock itch, and ringworm, as well as yeast-related infections.

Anti-Fungal Liquid can also be used to treat other conditions not mentioned in this medication guide.

Side effects of Anti-fungal liquid

Contact a medical professional immediately. Get medical attention immediately if you notice symptoms that indicate an allergic reaction, such as hives, difficulty breathing, or swelling of your lips, face, or tongue.

Anti-fungal liquids can have serious side effects. Take off the anti-fungal liquid and call your doctor right away in the event of:

  • Extreme blistering of the treated skin
  • Swelling, redness, or oozing;
  • Extreme burns, itching, or other abrasions.

This list does not encompass every side effect associated with taking Evirase(r).Other effects may also be present. Please consult a healthcare provider in regards to effects. Symptoms should also be reported directly to FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.


Follow the instructions on the label of your medication and the package. Inform your healthcare professionals about your medical issues, allergies, and all medications you take.

Before you take this drug

It is recommended not to make use of anti-fungal liquid if you are sensitive to it.Anti-fungal liquids are not intended to cause harm to an unborn baby. Inform your physician if you are pregnant or intend to become pregnant while taking treatment.It isn't known if Clotrimazole topical will be absorbed by the milk of a nursing baby or the risk to the nursing infant.Notify your doctor immediately if you plan on breastfeeding a child.

How to take Anti-fungal liquid?

Take exactly as indicated on the label or as recommended by your physician. Avoid using larger than smaller quantities or for longer periods than suggested.Do not consume by mouth. Anti-Fungal Liquid can be used solely on skin.Cleanse your hands prior to and after using the anti-fungal liquid in the event that you are not applying it to treat the hand infection.Dry and clean the area affected. Apply a little of the cream (usually every day) for between 2 and 4 weeks.Do not cover the affected skin area unless the doctor advises you to. Avoid dressings or bandages that do not permit air circulation. A thin cotton-gauze dressing could be applied to protect clothes.Make sure to take this medication for the entire prescribed duration. Your symptoms may worsen prior to the infection being completely removed. The absence of doses can increase the risk of a subsequent infection that is intolerant of antifungal medication.Consult your doctor if symptoms worsen or in the event that your condition doesn't improve after four days of medication.Place it in a cool, dry place free of heat and moisture.

What happens if I miss the dose?

Do the missed dose when you remember. Do not take any missed doses if you are close to the time of the next dose. Do not attempt to take extra medication in order to replace what has been missed.

What happens if I overdose?

A dose of anti-fungal liquid is not expected to cause harm. Get medical attention immediately or contact the Poison Help Line at 1-800-222-1222 if you have accidentally swallowed the drug.

What should be avoided?

Do not get this medication in your nose, eyes, or mouth.Do not apply other skin treatments to the areas that you treat with anti-fungal liquid unless a doctor recommends it.Do not wear tight-fitting synthetic clothing that does not permit air flow. Wear loose cotton as well as different natural fibres, until inflammation is gone.

Interaction with other drug

It is unlikely that other medications you take orally can affect the topically applied Clotrimazole. However, many medications can interfere with each other. Be sure to inform your health professionals about the medicines you take, which include prescription and non-prescription drugs, vitamins, and herbal remedies.




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