Criteria For Milk That Can Be Consumed With The Drug Griseofulvin?
Good evening doctor, mhn permission to ask I was given the drug griseofulvin 12mg by the doctor and it turned out that I had to take it with milk. Are there any criteria for milk that can be consumed ?, such as fullcream / skim / lowfat / goat’s milk / soy milk. Thus, Thank you.
Good afternoon, thank you for asking at HealthReplies.com. Griseofulvin is a drug used to fight fungal infections in the scalp, groin, groin and nails. This drug prevents fungal cells from developing by settling on the surface of the skin, thereby preventing the fungus from attacking the skin. This drug is a prescription drug and absolutely should not be used in pregnant women because the potential for danger is enormous. This drug should also not be given to patients with liver failure andporfiria, and is not recommended for children under the age of 2 years.
Regarding your question, in order to be better absorbed, this drug should be consumed with foods or drinks that contain fat, so one of them is to consume it with milk. Because no milk is completely nonfat (only low fat), you can use any milk. But of course it would be better if you use milk whose fat content is normal in order to further facilitate the absorption of the drug. So, hopefully answering your question.