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Lamisil and its generic Terbinafine are used to treat fungal infections. As a granule, it is used to treat fungus infections in the scalp. As an oral tablet, it is used to treat fungal infections in the toenails and fingernails. Lamisil is available as oral granules and as a 250mg tablet. A bottle of 30 tablets will cost around $873 without insurance. 14 125mg granules will cost around $228, 14 187.5mg granules cost about $228. Lamisil is an expensive medication, but you can save on Lamisil costs by using the SearchRx website. Compare prices at local pharmacies, then simply download and print your Lamisil coupon to use each time you refill your prescription. Lamisil savings are even easier when you use the SearchRx website to send coupons directly to your mobile device. Download the SearchRx app and never pay a high Lamisil price again.
Lamisil is an oral granule and tablet that treats fungal infections in the scalp and nails. Lamisil is an antifungal. Lamisil is also occasionally used to treat ringworm. Talk to your doctor before using Lamisil for this purpose.
Oral granules should be taken with soft food like mashed potatoes or pudding once a day for six weeks. Do not put the granules on fruit-based foods like applesauce. Sprinkle an entire packet of granules onto a spoonful of food. Swallow the granules and soft food without chewing. Oral granules are used to treat infections on the scalp.
To treat a fingernail infection, Lamisil oral tablets are taken once per day with or without food for 6 weeks.
To treat a toenail infection, Lamisil oral tablets are taken once per day with or without food for 12 weeks.
Your fingernails or toenails might not return to normal until a few months after finishing Lamisil. This is because it takes time for healthy nails to grow back. Do not take more Lamisil without talking to your doctor.
Ask your doctor for more dosing information related to your specific condition.
Tell your doctor about all of your allergies and about all other prescription and non-prescription medications, supplements, and vitamins that you are taking. Be sure to mention if you are taking amiodarone, beta blockers, caffeine supplements, any TCAs, MAO-B inhibitors, SSRIs, or rifampin.
If you have liver disease, your doctor will probably tell you not to take Lamisil.
Tell your doctor if you have HIV, AIDS, lupus, or any other condition that weakens the immune system.
This medication may cause increase sun sensitivity. Before prolonged sun exposure, prepare by using sunscreen and protective clothing.
Tell your doctor if you are pregnant or breastfeeding.
Side effects may include melancholy, indigestion, headache, itching, sun sensitivity, diarrhea, changes in sleep patterns, or lack of energy during the day.
Call your doctor immediately if you experience: nausea, vomiting, symptoms of allergic reaction, dark urine, blood in urine, pale stools, blistering or peeling skin, signs of liver disease (yellowing skin or eyes, pain in the upper abdomen), fast or irregular heartbeat, mouth sores, or chest pain.
This may not be a complete list of side effects and warnings. Please talk to your doctor for more information.
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