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Spectazole is an antifungal medication used to treat fungal infections and is available by prescription. It is commonly prescribed for the treatment of athlete's foot, jock itch, and ringworm and the active ingredient in the cream works to stop the growth of the fungus and prevent the spread of infection. Spectazole may also be prescribed to treat pityriasis, a fungal infection where the skin on the neck chest, arms, or legs becomes lightened. Buy Spectazole cream from Canada and Canpharm for the lowest price on the medication.
Clean and thoroughly dry area to be treated
Apply a moderate amount of cream over affected areas 1 or 2x daily as indicated in your prescription
Leave skin open and do not cover until cream is completely absorbed
Wash hands after application
The active ingredient in Spectazole cream is Econazole Nitrate.
For topical use on skin only. Keep away from eyes, nose, mouth, or genitals.
Let your doctor know if your infection continues after 2 weeks of treatment with Spectazole 1 cream or infection worsens
People with skin allergies should discuss use of antifungal creams because of possibility of inactive ingredients causing allergic reactions or other problems
Be aware of medication expiry date
There are no know Rx or OTC drug interaction risks indicated for Spectazole cream, but it may be best to let your doctor know of all medications you are currently taking before getting a prescription and proceeding to buy Nasonex online.
Spectazole cream side effects may occur, and some users may experience burning, stinging, irritation, or redness at the application site. If side effects are experienced, you may want to stop use and meet with a doctor again to discuss fungal infection treatment alternatives.
Can Econazole nitrate cream be used for toenail fungus?
Any topical antifungal medication may work well to get rid of a toenail fungus infection, but econazole is better formulated to eliminate the bacteria causing athlete’s foot, jock itch, and ringworm. See your doctor for the best advice on your course of treatment and medication for toenail fungus.
Can Spectazole cream treat yeast infection?
No, this medication will not be effective for getting rid of a yeast infection. Most women will get sufficient results from an OTC medication like Monistat for yeast infections.
Can you buy econazole nitrate cream over the counter?
No, Spectazole 1 cream is a prescription medication, and you will need a prescription to have it filled. There are OTC fungal infection medications that you can purchase without a prescription, but not for econazole nitrate.
Is it Safe to Apply Antifungal Cream?
People with any history of skin allergies will have been advised to discuss this with your doctor before receiving a prescription for Spectazole cream. For anyone without these concerns, it is entirely safe to apply antifungal cream to unbroken skin, with exceptions for areas around openings of the body like the mouth, nose, and ears.
How long does it take for econazole nitrate cream to work?
Most people with the types of fungal infections specified for treatment with Spectazole cream will usually see the infection starting to clear within 4 days to 1 week of treatment. If the infection persists or worsens, see your doctor again.