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Can you use Jublia on your fingernails?

Posted 12 days ago by Deblisa 0 answers

I was prescribed Jublia for a fingernail infection called onycholosis and I got bad side effects. I wrote to the FDA and the manufacturer Valeant and they told me it's not FDA approved for anything other than onychomycosis, which is a fungal infection of the toenails only! I had peeling, ...

Fluconazole - Should I have a liver function test before taking this?

Posted 17 days ago by Hgraham925 1 answer

My Dr prescribed me this for bad toe nail fungus and athletes foot. However, i am hesitant because i have not had a liver function test. I don't drink or smoke or do drugs of any kind so I'm thinking i should be ok but who knows. Should i have a liver function test done?

Am I still contagious after taking terbinafine for 3 months?

Posted 9 Jan 2018 by Annie Sheehan 1 answer

My nails have half grown out healthy and just wondering if I’m still contagious or not? Thanks

Can Jublia be returned to the manufacturer if it has given me side effects?

Posted 7 Jan 2018 by Deblisa 1 answer

I was diagnosed with a fingernail infection called Onycholysis not a toenail infection yet my dermatologist prescribed Jublia. It was extremely expensive and too strong where I had burning and swelling so I could NOT use it. I was given a 90 day supply and paid over $3500 for this drug that I can ...

Is Jublia also prescribed for onycholysis which is an infection of the fingernail?

Posted 7 Jan 2018 by Deblisa 0 answers

I had a severe case of onycholysis of the fingernails and my dermatologist prescribed Jublia. It was a new drug that was extremely expensive and my insurance co did not even cover it. I put out over $3500 for a 90 day supply and I want my money back. I tried returning it to the pharmacy and they ...

I took Lamisil for a month but I started to have an allergic reaction. I started breaking out with?

Posted 9 Nov 2017 by Godheals333 0 answers

... wepts and rashes. They pop up and itch and then go away with cortisone or benadryl. Podiast took me off 3 weeks ago. I still have periodic break outs. How long does it take to get out of your system?

Terbinafine - How long after a 3 month treatment should the nail completely grow out?

Posted 7 Aug 2017 by Teak0820 1 answer

I only have fungus in 1 toenail. I took a 3 month course of terbinafine. Now 6 months after treatment ended the nail looks good about 1/4 to 1/2 the way up. It's like the diseased part just won't finish growing out. I trimmed it back, but I'm hoping that's what I should have ...

Terbinafine - I have had kidney stones removed a few years back?

Posted 17 Sep 2017 by Newdawn62 1 answer

I have had kidney stones removed before laser treatment came ..I have only been taking terbinafine for 3 days and have some pain in upper stomach and same in kidney area . I am 55 have a serious nail infection in both feet with one nail coming away from nail bed I have to have blood test for liver ...

Terbinafine - What time of the day did you take your pill? I take it in the morning and...

Posted 29 Aug 2017 by whitneykidwell 0 answers

... am extremely exhausted. I think it is caused by the terbinafine?

Since starting using Jublia red spot appears?

Posted 26 Jul 2017 by Judyhewitt 0 answers

Started using a month ago on two big toes. One nail "now" has a red area below where the yellow fungus part is. It was clear prior to using.

Ciclopirox - Fluconazol in onicicosis?

Posted 24 Mar 2017 by emilioc4 0 answers

Terbinafine - After 3 months will I see my fungus go away?

Posted 10 Sep 2016 by Meow3 1 answer

Or does it take 6 months to go away. I am not sure h ow long I have to be on this medication.

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