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Curanail and Clotrimazole Antifungal Bargain Bundle: For fungal nail infection and related athletes foot conditions.What is Curanail 5% Nail Lacquer ?Curanail contains the active ingredient amorolfine,which is an antifungal previously only available on prescription.Curanail kills a wide range of different fungi that can cause nailinfections. Curanail actually attacks the infection.Inaddition, Curanail comes in the form of a nail lacquer (like a nailvarnish), which only needs to be applied once a week. This combinationof effectiveness and convenience makes Curanail a first choiceover-the-counter treatment for mild fungal nail infection. Are your nails Thick , Brittle and Discoloured?If the answer is yes there is a good chance you have a fungal infection in your nail.The colour of the nail cantypicallybe white yellow or brown. Other things that may indicate youhave a fungal infection as well as nail thickening and it being brittle ,you may see debris under the nail, you might see scaliness and the nailmay be distorted.It will not go away without aneffective treatment. Curanail is the only prescription strength cure forsuch fungal nail infections that you can buy. Fungal nail infections are the mostcommon nail complaint in the UK. The majority of these are caused bythe same fungus that causes athlete's foot (tinea pedis), and jock itch(tinea cruris) and infections with yeasts such as candida, eg fungalnappy rash, sweat rash, or thrush affecting the outside of the vagina(vulva and labia) or the end of the penis.How to apply Clotrimazole 1% CreamIt should be applied to the affected area(s) of skin thinly two to three times daily and rubbed in gently.Treatment should be continued for at least one month for dermatophyte infections and at least two weeks for candidal infections.Ask your pharmacist for further advice on treating your particular infection.Caution before using Clotrimazole 1% Cream:Careclotrimazole cream is for external use only. There is a possibilitythat clotrimazole cream may damage latex (rubber) condoms and diaphragms(caps) and so make them ineffective at preventing pregnancy and STIs.If you are using this cream to treat the vagina or penis you should usean alternative method of contraception for at least five days afterusing the cream, or preferably avoid having sex until after theinfection has cleared up. Remember that having sex while you still havethe infection is likely to transmit the infection to your partner, whocould then transfer it back to you.Ifyour sexual partner also has symptoms of thrush it is important thatthey are treated at the same time as you to prevent you beingre-infected. Ask your doctor or pharmacist for further advice. Ifsymptoms persist despite treatment, seek medical advice from your doctoror pharmacist.Thesafety of this medicine when used during pregnancy has not beenspecifically studied. However, it has been used by a large number ofwomen during pregnancy without any apparent harmful effects. As with allmedicines, you should consult your doctor or midwife before using thismedicine during pregnancy.Thismedicine is not significantly absorbed into the bloodstream from theskin and it is highly unlikely that any of the medicine will pass intobreast milk. However, as with all medicines, you should seek medicaladvice from your doctor or pharmacist before using this medicine if youare breastfeeding. If you do use this medicine while breastfeeding youshould not apply it to the breasts before giving a feed, to avoid itbeing accidentally ingested by the nursing infant.Clotrimazole 1% Cream contains:1% Clotrimazole

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