AF 300 Tablet

17.3700

Manufacturer: Systopic Laboratories Pvt Ltd Salt Compositions: Fluconazole (300mg)
Quantity: 1 Tablet in 1 strip
Storage: Store below 30°C

Description

Information About AF 300 Tablet

AF 300 Tablet is an antifungal medication used to treat infections in the mouth, throat, vagina, fingernails, nose, etc. It destroys the fungal cell membrane and kills the fungi; ultimately stopping the fungal growth. It exterminates a variety of fungal and yeast infections in the human body. 

The dosage and duration of consuming AF 300 Tablets are decided by the doctor based on numerous essential factors. Therefore, one should follow the directions of the physician while taking this medication. This medicine can be taken with or without food, or as specified by the doctor. Ensure to take these doses at regular intervals every day at the same time. Take an antacid medicine an hour before or two hours after consuming the AF 300 Tablet. Use the medicine as long as the doctor suggests, even if you start feeling better. Do not discontinue without consulting your doctor, as it might cause a relapse of the infections.

Using AF 300 Tablets can cause stomach pain, headache, and nausea as side effects. In case these side effects cause further problems, you can discuss the solutions with your doctor. Sometimes, this medication can result in allergic responses, such as rash, swollen lips, throat, and face infection. A person might have difficulty swallowing or breathing after taking this medication. These symptoms must not be ignored and the doctor should be made aware of this immediately.

Pregnant women should not take AF 300 Tablets unless the doctor says otherwise. Inform your doctor about any medical history related to heart, HIV/AIDS, kidney or liver issues like jaundice, etc. After a series of examinations, only a doctor can tell if the medicine is safe and effective for you. During long treatments, you might have to visit the doctor frequently for tests to see if the liver is functioning properly.

AF 300 Tablet Uses

  • Treats Fungal infections

AF 300 Tablet Benefits

In Treatment of Fungal infections

AF 300 Tablet kills and prevents the growth of infectious fungi and yeasts in the various parts of the body. It is an anti-fungal drug prescribed by the doctor for fungal infection in the mouth, throat, vagina, and other parts of the body. According to the intensity of the infection, the dosage and duration are prescribed for this condition. Only after the completion of the course, a person should consult the doctor for the discontinuation of the drug. One must complete the therapy for the AF 300 Tablet to completely heal the infection and prevent it from occurring again.

AF 300 Tablet Side Effects

There are not many side effects of the AF 300 Tablet, yet you must know about them. Most of these symptoms are gone as the body adjusts to the medicine. If they cause further issues, then you can seek medical attention. 

Common side effects of AF

  • Headache
  • Nausea
  • Stomach pain

How To Use AF 300 Tablet

AF 300 Tablet works best when you take the doses perfectly as prescribed by the doctor. The tablet should be taken as a whole orally and it should not be chewed, crushed, or broken. It is recommended to take it at the same time every day, with or without food. 

FAQs

Q1. I am a heart patient. Is the AF 300 Tablet safe for me?

Heart patients are not advised to take this medication. You must check with your doctor about the AF 300 Tablet as it might interact with your heart condition. 

Q2. How effective is the AF 300 Tablet?

AF 300 Tablet is quite effective as long as you take the medicine according to the dose prescribed by the doctor. Do not stop the medication abruptly otherwise the symptoms may worsen.

Q3. How does the AF 300 Tablet treat fungal infections?

AF 300 Tablet is largely fungistatic (that is, it inhibits fungus growth). However, it may also operate as a fungicidal (fungus-killing) drug against some organisms, notably Cryptococcus, in a dose-dependent way.

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