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[Anomalies of griseofulvin tablets]_affect_harm

[Anomalies of griseofulvin tablets]_affect_harm

Before using drugs to treat a disease, patients must know about the substitution of this drug, because most western medicine will produce a certain substitution for the body.

Therefore, carefully reading the drug manual is a must-do before taking the medicine, and griseofulvin tablets can be used to treat various skin ringworms, so griseofulvin tablets are also commonly used drugs.

But at this time it is necessary to understand that the replacement of griseofulvin tablets is also necessary.

Griseofulvin tablets are a white-colored alternative. This medicine can be used to treat various skin diseases, such as tinea corporis, jock itch, and tinea capitis.

This medicine can cause substitutions in the nervous system, can also cause substitutions in the digestive system, and can also cause skin allergic reactions.

For example, some people will experience headaches after taking this medicine. The incidence of this abnormality is about 10%.

The headache may be mild in the early stage of taking the medicine. At this time, as long as the dosage of the medicine is reduced in time, the headache can be relieved.

The abnormalities of griseofulvin tablets are as follows: 1. Neuropathy is common. About 10% of patients may have headaches, which are heavier at first and can be relieved by continued medication.

Others still have drowsiness and fatigue.

Occasionally dizziness, ataxia and peripheral neuritis occur.

2. A small number of patients with digestive system may experience epigastric discomfort, nausea or diarrhea, which is generally mild and can be tolerated by patients.

3, allergic reactions can occur in about 3% of patients with rash, and occasionally angioedema, persistent urticaria, exfoliative dermatitis, a few patients can develop photosensitivity dermatitis.

4, gray flavomycin tablets can cause a decrease in peripheral white blood cell leukocytes, which can cause liver toxicity and proteinuria.