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What is Forcan-150 given for ?

Hi why we con use forcon-150
Asked On : Mon, 6 Jun 2011
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Internal Medicine Specialist 's  Response
Forcan 150 or fluconazole is to be taken once a week after meals preferably with an antacid for fungal or ringworm infections on skin, arm-pits or groin. Along with Forcan you can use a locally acting cream like quadriderm and keep the part dry. Continue for 4-8 weeks and do a haemogram test every 15 days
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Dermatologist Dr. Gaurav Patel's  Response
it is flluconazole tab
it is use in fungal infection
used in superficial fungal infection,
tinea versicolor ,prevention of infection.
u need to take it once a wk for at least 6 wk
do not apply combination cream ,just apply antifungal like clotrimazole cream
keep area dry and clean
wear loose and cotton cloths
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