What is Dizole?
Dizole is a medicine that contains fluconazole as an active substance. The pharmacological classification of Dizole is antifungal drugs.
How does Dizole work?
It works by inhibiting the fungal cytochrome P450-dependent enzyme, known lanosterol 14-alfa demethyllase. In this way it shall inhibit the fungal demethylation of 14-alfa lanosterol and might further prevent the synthesis of ergosterol.
What are the used of Dizole?
Treats Oropharyngeal candidiasis (fungal infection that develops in the esophagus)
Esophageal candidiasis (fungal infection that develops in the esophagus)
Coccidioidomycosis (fungal infection that develops in the lungs and bronchi)
Candidemia (a candida bloodstream infection)
Cryptococcal meningitis (fungal infection that develops in the brain)
Is consuming Dizole safe during pregnancy?
It is recommended to avoid using this medication during pregnancy, as well as during lactation (as it is excreted into the breast milk).
Are there any allergic reactions with this medicine?
Skin allergic reactions have been reported, and in the event you notice rash on your skin, contact doctor immediately.