Q: When and how should I consume the Itaspor 100mg Capsule?
A: Itaspor 100mg Capsule should be swallowed as a whole with an adequate amount of water and should be preferably be taken immediately after meals. If taken on an empty stomach it may cause heartburn. The entire course of medicine should be completed. In case of any dosage related queries, the healthcare practitioner should be consulted.
Q: What are the special precautions to be taken while using the Itaspor 100mg Capsule?
A: The physician should be informed if you are undergoing treatment of cancer, HIV or AIDS, asthma or any other severe allergies or taking a course of antibiotics. In such situations, the dose of the medicine needs to be altered and in specific cases, an alternative treatment may be required.
Q: What are the dietary restrictions to be followed while using the Itaspor 100mg Capsule?
A: There are no strict dietary rules to be followed during treatment with the Itaspor 100mg Capsule.
Q: What are the things to be discussed with the doctor before treatment with the Itaspor 100mg Capsule?
A: Doctors should be informed about your entire medical and surgical history, including the past and current medications, natural and herbal supplements. They should also be informed of any prior or current disease conditions. Women should inform regarding pregnancy or planning a pregnancy.
Q: Can I stop taking the Itaspor 100mg Capsule when I feel better?
A: No, do not stop taking the Itaspor 100mg Capsule before the prescribed duration. Your symptoms may improve before the infection is completely cured. You should complete the full course of treatment else there are chances of recurrence of an infection.
Q: Is Itaspor 100mg Capsule effective?
A: Itaspor 100mg Capsule is effective if you take it at dose and duration advised by your doctor. If you stop taking this tablet once you start feeling good, the chance of recurrence of the infection increases.
Q: Is Itaspor 100 a steroid?
A: No, it is not a steroid. It contains itraconazole that belongs to an anti-fungal class of medicines.
Q: For how many days do I need to take Itaspor 100?
A: You have to take this medicine for as long as prescribed by the doctor. Do not stop the treatment mid-way even if you feel better. Otherwise, it may increase the risk of re-infection.