Travogen anti fungal Cream Uses, Dosage and Side effects

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Travogen is used for purposes not mentioned in the medication guide. This can also be used for the initial or interim treatment of those superficial fungal infections of the skin which are accompanied by superficial inflammatory or eczematous skin conditions. This can also be used for purposes not mentioned in the medication guide and this cream works by showing antifungal activity. If the patient does not feel better or even worse after 4 weeks of use, ask the doctor.
Travogan Cream contains Isoconazole Nitrate Tropical. 1g Travogen contains 10mg isonazole nitrate. It is used for Vaginal Candidiasis, Dermatomycoses, and Other conditions.

Ingredients
Isoconazole nitrate, paraffin, white soft; Paraffin, liquid; Cetostearyl Alcohol; Polysorbate 60; Sorbitan Stearate; Water, purified.

Uses

1.Vaginal Candidasis
Candida is the scientific name for yeast. It is a fungus that lives almost everywhere, including in your body. Usually, your immune system keeps yeast under control. Each affects different ways such as skin itching, rashes, and white patches in your mouth, women also can get vaginal yeast infections.
Yeast Infections are a common problem in women. Vaginal itching, vaginal irritation, vaginal pain and soreness, vaginal rashes, and watery vaginal discharge are symptoms of Yeast Inflection. Vaginal yeast inflection usually occurs as infrequent episodes, but can recur frequently and may cause chronic persistent symptoms.
Pregnancy, Uncontrolled diabetes, an impaired immune system, and antibiotic uses are common causes of yeast infections.

2. Dermatomycoses
3. Working against all fungal infections of the skin
4. Ringworm
5. Jock itch
6. Athlete’s foot
7. Candidiasis

Dosage

For adults (above 18):- apply a thin layer of Travogen 10g on the infected skin 1-2 times a day or as prescribed by the doctor.
For children (below 17):- Travogen 10g is not recommended.
Always use this medicine exactly according to the doctor’s instructions. Consult the doctor or pharmacist if not sure.
Use only for skin applications.
This cream should be applied once daily to the diseased areas of the skin.
Fungal infections usually take two to three weeks and specialized areas (particularly infections between toes) take four weeks.
If prescribed by a doctor, can get longer periods of treatment are also possible.
Do not use a double dose to make up for a forgotten dose. When remembered, simply use the nest dose when due and then carry on with the treatment as prescribed.
If the patient applied too much at once or incidentally swallow Travogen this is unlikely to be dangerous.
For any further questions on the use of this medicine, ask the doctor, pharmacist, or nurse

SPECIAL NOTICE
Do not use this if the patient is allergic to isoconazole nitrate or any of the other ingredients of this medicine listed in the description.
Talk to the doctor or pharmacist before using Travogen
When applying to the face, should not be allowed to come into contact with the eyes.
Foot, the space between the toes must be thoroughly dried after washing, and socks should be changed daily
Patients should change their personal linen daily and these should be washed in very hot or even boiling water.
If the patient is pregnant or breastfeeding, may be pregnant, or planning to have a baby, ask the doctor or pharmacist for advice before using this medicine.

Side Effects

Flaking of the treated skin, Tenderness, pimple-like bumps, redness of the treated skin, irritation, swelling, stinging, and burning sensation are the common side effects.

Tenderness
This is pain or discomfort when an affected area is touched. It should not be confused with the pain that a patient perceives without touching. Pain is the patient’s perception, while tenderness is a sign that a clinician elicits.

Pimple-like bumps
Pustules are small bumps on the skin that contain fluid or pus. They usually appear as white bumps surrounded by red skin. These bumps look very similar to pimples, but they can grow quite a bug. These may develop on any part of the body and it depends on the area you are applying, but most commonly form on the back, chest, and face.

Irritation
Wool, chemicals, soaps, and other substances can irritate the skin and cause rashes and itching. Sometimes the substance, such as poison ivy or cosmetics, cause an allergic reaction. Also, reactions to a certain drug, such as narcotic pain medications (opioids) can cause itchy skin.

Swelling skin
Angioedema is an excessive collection of body fluids in the skin, which causes swelling. An allergic reaction can cause angioedema. An area where angioedema can occur is around the eyes, lips, and face.

Blistering, oozing, rash, and itching are some serious side effects.

Blistering
A blister is a pocket of fluid between the upper layers of skin. Blisters are also a symptom of some diseases. The blister bubble forms from the epidermis, the uppermost layer of skin.

Rashes
Skin rashes can occur from a variety of factors. Including infections, heat, allergens, immune system disorders, and medications. One of the most common skin disorders that causes a rash is atopic dermatitis, also known as eczema

Side effects can cause like all medicines, although not everybody gets them. Commonly it may affect up to 1 in 10 people and skin irritation or a burning feeling at the application site. It may affect up to 1 in 100 people and itching or dryness at the application site, excema, vesicles, and contact dermatitis. This includes any possible side effects not listed.
If the patient gets any side effects, talk to the doctor or pharmacist.

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