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Dermagran AF

Generic name: Miconazole Topical
Drug class: topical antifungals

What is Dermagran AF?

Dermagran AF antifungal is a medication. The medicine stops fungus from growing on the skin. Dermagran AF is used for treating skin infections, such as athletes foot jock itch, ringworm, tinea versicolor, and yeast infections. Dermagran AF can be used in other ways not mentioned in the medication guide.

Side effects of Dermagran AF

If you experience any of the following signs and symptoms of an allergy reaction: difficulty breathing, hives or any signs of swelling such as lips, face, throat or tongue swellings - seek medical attention immediately!

Dermagran AF may cause serious side effects. Dermagran AF should be stopped immediately, and you must consult your doctor if:

  • Severe blistering, irritation, and redness of the treated skin

Some of the common side effects associated with Dermagran AF include:

  • Skin peeling or itching

Dermagran AF can cause side effects, even though the risks are low.

  • Pain in the teeth;
  • Changed sense of taste
  • Nausea, diarrhea;
  • Headache.

There may be other side effects.Call your physician if experiencing adverse side effects. Additionally, report these incidents directly with FDA at 1-800-FDA-1088.


Please read all instructions included with your medication carefully and inform both yourself and your healthcare providers of allergies or medical conditions that could impact its use, and also state which drugs you're currently taking.

Before you take this drug

Dermagran AF should not be used if you have an allergy to micronazole.

If you are suffering from any other health conditions or symptoms, you should consult your doctor before using this medication.

  • If you use a blood thinner such as Warfarin Coumadin Jantoven,

Dermagran AF is not known to cause harm to an unborn child. If you're pregnant, do not take this medication without consulting your doctor. The miconazole topically does not pass into the breast milk. It is also unknown if this could cause harm to a baby who was nursing. If you're breastfeeding a child, do not take this medication without consulting your doctor.

How to take DermagranAF?

Do not exceed the recommended dosage or duration.Use only the recommended dosage, without exceeding it. Take Dermagran AF only on the skin. Dermagran AF should only be applied to the skin. This medicine should not be used on wounds that are open. Dermagran AF should not be used in the vagina or rectum. You should wash your hands both before and after you use this medicine, unless it is to treat a condition of your skin on your hand. Apply the cream, lotion, spray, or powder as directed. Use the lotion, cream, spray, or powder as directed, twice daily, for two to four weeks. Cover the skin only if your doctor says so. To protect your clothing, you can use a light cotton-gauze bandage. As per your doctor's directions, this medicine should be taken for its full course of therapy. You may experience symptoms before your infection has completely disappeared. You may increase the risk of a second infection resistant to antifungal medication if you skip doses. If the infection doesn't clear in two weeks (four weeks for athletes feet) or appears to be getting worse, call your doctor. Keep the tube at room temperature, away from heat and moisture. When not in use, keep the tube closed tightly.

What happens if I miss the dose?

As soon as possible, apply the missed dose.If your next scheduled dose is close, make a note and skip any missed ones. You should not take extra medication to compensate for a missed dose.

What happens if I overdose?

Contact 1-800-222-1222 immediately in case of poisoning and seek immediate medical care.

What should be avoided?

Do not get this medicine in your nose, eyes, or mouth.Wear loose-fitting cotton or natural fiber clothing.Wear cotton or other natural fabrics that are loose-fitting until the infection has healed.

Interaction with other drug

Miconazole applied topically is unlikely to be affected by other medications you may take orally or those that are injected. Many drugs interact. Inform your healthcare providers of all the medicines that you take, including prescription medicines and over-the-counter medications.