Sporanox (itraconazole) is used to treat fungal infections of the toenails and fingernails.
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Chemical Name: itraconazole
SPORANOX goes into your bloodstream and travels to the source of the infection underneath the nail so that it can fight the infection there. Improved nails may not be obvious for several months after the treatment period is finished because it usually takes about 6 months to grow a new fingernail and 12 months to grow a new toenail. Nail treated with SPORANOX
Unlike SPORANOX, antifungal creams, ointments, and nail lacquers that you apply to the top of your nail do not penetrate completely through the nail. They don't reach deep into the nail bed, so the fungal infection may continue to live, grow, and attack the new nail that's growing in.
Once you have finished your treatment with SPORANOX, your nails will continue to improve over time. You should start to see a new, normal nail replacing the damaged nail as it grows out. To grow out completely, normal fingernails take about 6 months and toenails take about 12 months.
How Should I Take SPORANOX?
Always take SPORANOX Capsules during or right after a full meal.
Your doctor will decide the right dose for you. Depending on your infection, you will take SPORANOX once a day for 12 weeks, or twice a day for 1 week in a "pulse" dosing schedule. You will receive either a bottle of capsules or a PulsePak. Do not skip any doses. Be sure to finish all your SPORANOX as prescribed by your doctor.
If you have ever had liver problems, your doctor should do a blood test to check your condition. If you haven't had liver problems, your doctor may recommend blood tests to check the condition of your liver because patients taking itraconazole can develop liver problems.
If you forget to take or miss doses of SPORANOX, ask your doctor what you should do with the missed doses.
More information about Sporanox can be found at this link.
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