Clotrimazole & age-appropriate teaching plan
Many fungal infections are treated by antifungal medications, which include yeast and dermatophyte. These drugs prevent fungi from multiplying and growing by blocking the production of cell wall cells. Some side effects of these drugs include vomiting, nausea, dizziness, diarrhea, stomach pain, discomfort, rash and headaches. Side effects can be more serious if drugs aren’t taken according to instructions or the infection is severe. Side effects that can be serious but rare include allergic reactions and liver damage. For more information on side effects and uses of antifungal medication, consult your doctor before you start using them.