Corbinal: Side Effects, Overdose and Pregnancy Information
Main ingredient in Corbinal is Terbinafine.
Corbinal is an anti-fungal medicine comes in tablets, cream and as
solution. The Corbinal tablets are used to treat fungus of the skin,
toenail, or fingernail while the cream and the solution are given for
other fungal infections such as athlete's foot, jock itch, ringworm, as
well as Candida. While most antifungal only stop fungus from growing, Lamasil is rather
unique as it builds up in the skin and keeps on killing the fungus even
after its use is discontinued.
CORBINAL SIDE EFFECTS
Side effects of Corbinal cream and solution are rare. Common
side effects of Corbinal include burning, itching, peeling, and rash. Side effects of
Corbinal tablets include diarrhea, upset stomach, rash, hives, itching,
nausea, vision problems, vomiting, and fever.
Inform your physician right away, if you observe any changes in your
vision while taking the Corbinal tablets.
Corbinal tablets are not recommended if you have liver or kidney
disease. In rare cases, liver damage has been reported.
Corbinal tablets may also cause severe skin reactions in some
individuals. If you experience worsening of the skin problem, stop using
the Corbinal tablets and inform your physician right away.
Do not use Corbinal cream or solution near the eye, mouth, nose, or
vagina. In the case of an accidental contact, rinse them with running
water and seek medical help right away.
Corbinal is not recommended for
Check with your doctor before combining Corbinal tablets with the
Corbinal may enhance the effects of caffeine.
CORBINAL AND PREGNANCY
Treatment with Corbinal should not begin during pregnancy.
Nursing mothers should switch to bottle-feed as Corbinal tablets do
appear in breast milk. Avoid applying Corbinal cream or solution to the
The recommended dose is a single 250 mg tablet daily for
Apply a small amount to the affected areas twice daily
for up to 4 weeks and no less than 7 days.
Apply to the affected areas twice daily for 1 week.
Symptoms of overdose with Corbinal tablets may include nausea, vomiting,
dizziness, frequent urination, and headache.
If you suspect an overdose with Corbinal tablets, seek medical help
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