Medications That Can Be Used To Treat Allergic Itching?
I want to ask if I take 200 mg of Mycoral medicine and here I can do 10 mg, well before I take 200 mg of mycazol and 10 mg of Cetaler for my itch treatment but I’m looking for mycazol and cetaler is not at the pharmacy
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The drug you mean contains the same active drug ingredients, namely ketoconazole and cetirizin. Ketoconazole drug is a class of antifungal drugs, used for cases or diseases that are proven to be caused by fungal infections, such as tinea versicolor, ringworm and others. Cetirizine drug is a class of antihistamine drugs that play a role in overcoming the body's reaction caused by the release of histamine, namely itching, increased production of airway and nasal mucus as well as swelling or edema of the airway mucosa and others. Histamine is released when an inflammatory reaction occurs, such as due to allergies or irritation.
If your itchy complaints are caused by a yeast infection, you can use this medicine. However, if not, then the drug is not suitable for dealing with the cause of your itching. You should consult with a doctor in this matter.
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