Drug name: Jublia
Generic name: Efinaconazole
Formulation: Topical Solution
Jublia: Nail Fungus
Jubliaâ€¯is a prescription antifungal agent. It’s used to treat toenail fungus infections that are mild to moderate.
Jublia works by inhibiting the formation of ergosterol, a substance present in the cell walls ofâ€¯theâ€¯fungus. Fungi that lack ergosterol are unable to proliferate and finally perish.
Only fungal infections are treated with this medicine. Other infections, such as those caused by bacteria, will not respond to this treatment. Any medicine used to treatâ€¯theâ€¯infection that is used unnecessarily or excessively might reduce its efficacy.
How to Use Jublia
Before you start usingâ€¯jubliaâ€¯and each time you obtain a refill, read the Patient Information Leaflet and Instructions for Use, if available, from your pharmacist. Inquireâ€¯together withâ€¯your doctor or pharmacist if youâ€™ve gotâ€¯any concerns.
Clean and dry the infected toenail before administering this medicine. After showering, bathing, or washing, wait at least 10 minutes before applying. Only use Jublia on the infected toenail as prescribed by your doctor, which is generally once a day for 48 weeks. If Jublia is given to a kid, it should be administered by an adult.
Apply to the affected toenail using the supplied brush. Make sure the toenail, toenail folds, toenail bed, and under the toenail’s borders are all thoroughly covered. After using it, wash your hands.
This medicine should not be applied to any other area of your body. If this happens by mistake, wipe away the medicine and thoroughly rinse with water.
Each gram of Jublia topical solution, 10 %, contains 100 milligrams of efinaconazole.
Be sure to follow your doctorâ€™s dosage and instructions about the use of this medication.
Jublia Side Effects
â€¢ Skin irritation around toenail (burning, redness, itch, sting, swollen)
â€¢ Blisters/ crusts around the site of application
â€¢ Ingrown toenail
Stop using the medication and contact your doctor if you experience any side effects that are bothersome and do not go away.
These aren’t the only adverse effects that come with it. Other, perhaps more rare side effects should be discussed with your doctor and pharmacist. Before taking this medicine, tell your doctor about any allergies you have, medications you are taking, pregnancy status, and any previous medical history you have.
Unless the benefits outweigh the dangers, this drug should not be used during pregnancy. Contact your doctor right away if you become pregnant while taking this medicine.
If you are a breastfeeding woman who is taking this medicine, your infant may be affected. Consult your doctor to see if you should continue to breastfeed.
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