Econazole 1% Solution Mylan 30 g
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Econazole 1% Solution Mylan 30 g


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Indications:

Econazole Mylan 1% solution is an antifungal medication for cutaneous application. Based on econazole, this solution is used in the treatment of certain skin diseases caused by microscopic fungi (mycoses): candidiasis, pityriasis versicolor, dermatophytes.

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Description:

Per 100 g of solution for dermal application: econazole nitrate..................................... 1g

Other components are: Propylene glycol, ethanol 96%, perfume PCV 1676 (contains butylated hydroxytoluene). Propellant: nitrogen.

Dosage:

The solution is used locally, by cutaneous way.

Follow the recommendations of your doctor.

The dosage of Econazole Mylan 1% solution is 2 applications per day, on washed and dried skin, on the affected areas as well as on their periphery.

To promote penetration of the solution, massage gently and regularly.

The bottle must be shaken before use and closed after use.

According to the type of mycosis, the duration can vary from 2 to 4 weeks, knowing that for certain zones, this one can be longer (nail).

Regular application is important to ensure the success of the treatment.

Do not double the missed dose.

Contra-indications :

In case of allergy to econazole, related substances (imidazoles) or any of the other components, Econazole solution is contraindicated.

Do not apply to the eyes or genital mucosa. Do not use acidic soaps to clean the skin, as acidity favours the growth of Candida.

In case of application in children, on a large surface, or on damaged skin, it is imperative to respect the recommendations and the dosage indicated by your doctor because of the greater penetration of the product in these circumstances.

In case of doubt or if you are taking other medications, ask your doctor or pharmacist for advice.

For use during pregnancy and breastfeeding, ask your doctor or pharmacist before taking any medication.

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