Fubac

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Fubac Information

Fubac, a prescription drug, is manufactured in various forms such as Cream. It is primarily used for the treatment of Asthma, Nonallergic Rhinitis, Athlete's Foot. Secondary and off-label uses of Fubac have also been mentioned below.

The optimal dosage of Fubac is largely dependent on the individual's body weight, medical history, gender and age. Dosage also depends on the route of administration and your chief complaint for which the drug is prescribed. This information has been provided in detail in the dosage section.

While these are the most often observed Fubac side effects, there are can be others also. These have been listed below. Usually, these side effects of Fubac go away soon, and do not persist beyond the duration of the treatment. Consult your doctor if these side effects become worse or stay for a longer duration.

It is also important to note that Fubac has a Severe effect for pregnant women and Safe effect on lactating mothers. Further, the section on Fubac related warnings talks about Fubac's effects on the liver, heart and kidney.

Fubac can cause adverse effects in certain medical conditions. It is strongly recommended to avoid Fubac in conditions like Ulcerative Colitis, Gastritis, Parkinson's Disease. Other conditions have been mentioned below in the Fubac contraindications section.

Drug reaction of Fubac with other medicines has been reported. Refer to the list below for further details.

You should also be aware that Fubac is not safe while driving, and is not addiction.

  1. Fubac Benefits & Uses
  2. Fubac Dosage & How to Take
  3. Fubac Side Effects
  4. Fubac Related Warnings
  5. Severe Interaction of Fubac with Other Drugs
  6. Fubac Contraindications
  7. Frequently asked Questions about Fubac
  8. Fubac Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Fubac Benefits & Uses

Fubac is used to treat the following -

  1. Asthma Primary
  2. Nonallergic Rhinitis Primary
  3. Piles
  4. Asthma in Children
  5. Exercise Induced Asthma
  6. Psoriasis
  7. Eczema
  8. Dermatitis
  9. Nasal Polyps
  10. Athlete's Foot Primary
  11. Jock itch
  12. Ringworm
  13. Fungal Infections Primary
  14. Candidal Infection Primary
  15. Thrush Primary
  16. Tinea Versicolor
  17. Vaginitis
  18. Skin Infections
  19. Vulvitis
  20. Penile Yeast Infection
  21. Ear canal infection
  22. Belly Button Infection
  23. Bacterial Infections
  24. Endocarditis
  25. Meningitis
  26. Pseudomonas Infections
  27. Klebsiella Infections
  28. Eye Infections
  29. Swollen Eyes
  30. Brucellosis
  31. Burns
  32. Cystic Fibrosis
  33. Osteomyelitis
  34. Pelvic Inflammatory Disease
  35. Peritonitis
  36. Plague
  37. Pneumonia Primary
  38. Tularemia
  39. Septic Arthritis
  40. Cellulitis
  41. Seborrheic Dermatitis
  42. Contact Dermatitis
  43. Impetigo
  44. Pyoderma Gangrenosum
  45. Ear Infection
  46. Endometritis

Fubac Dosage & How to Take

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Ingredients of Fubac

Beclometasone
Clioquinol (Iodochlorhydroxyquin)
Clotrimazole
Gentamicin

Fubac Side Effects

Based on research, the following side effects have been observed when Fubac is used -

  1. Skin Thinning
  2. Contact Dermatitis Mild
  3. Electrolyte imbalance
  4. Redistribution/accumulation of body fat
  5. Bone degradation
  6. Increased risk of infection
  7. Increased blood pressure
  8. Skin scar
  9. Altered bone growth
  10. Behavioural Changes
  11. Increased Glucose level in the blood
  12. Cataract Moderate
  13. Cough Severe
  14. Visual Disturbance
  15. Infection
  16. Itching or burning
  17. Skin Peeling
  18. Blisters on skin
  19. Dryness
  20. Swelling
  21. Skin irritation
  22. Nausea or vomiting
  23. Abdominal Pain Mild
  24. Rash
  25. Allergic reaction
  26. Skin redness
  27. Eye irritation
  28. Vaginal Irritation
  29. Erythema
  30. Urticaria
  31. Diarrhoea
  32. Headache Rare
  33. Fatigue Rare
  34. Vertigo Rare
  35. Weakness
  36. Ringing in ears
  37. Stomatitis (Inflammation of the mouth)

Fubac Related Warnings

Is the use of Fubac safe for pregnant women?

Fubac should not be taken during pregnancy, or should only be taken on the advice of a doctor as it may have severe side effects.

Is the use of Fubac safe during breastfeeding?

Fubac is safe for breastfeeding women.

What is the effect of Fubac on the Kidneys?

Very few cases of side effects of Fubac on kidney have been reported.

What is the effect of Fubac on the Liver?

Fubac does not damage the liver.

What is the effect of Fubac on the Heart?

Fubac is not harmful for the heart.

Severe Interaction of Fubac with Other Drugs

Fubac should not be taken with following medicines due to severe side effects it may cause to patients -

Fubac Contraindications

If you are suffering from any of the following diseases, you should not take Fubac unless your doctor advises you to do so -

  1. Cushing's Syndrome
  2. Tuberculosis (TB)
  3. Infections
  4. Osteoporosis
  5. Liver Disease
  6. Depression
  7. Osteonecrosis
  8. Allergy
  9. Nail Fungus
  10. Abdominal Pain
  11. Diabetes
  12. AIDS Dysmorphic Syndrome
  13. Ulcerative Colitis
  14. Gastritis
  15. Parkinson's Disease
  16. Kidney Disease
  17. Dehydration

Frequently asked Questions about Fubac

Is this Fubac habit forming or addictive?

Fubac does not cause addiction.

Is it safe to drive or operate heavy machinery when consuming?

No, you should not drive or operate heavy machinery after taking Fubac as you may feel sleepy.

Is it safe?

Yes, but take Fubac only as per medical advice.

Is it able to treat mental disorders?

No, the use of Fubac in mental disorders is not effective.

Fubac Interactions with Food and Alcohol

Interaction between Food and Fubac

Taking Fubac with food does not harm your health.

Interaction between Alcohol and Fubac

No research has been done on this till date. Therefore, it is not known what the effect of taking Fubac with alcohol will be.

Fubac FAQs

Question almost 2 years ago

How long can I safely take Fubac?

Dr. Uday Nath Sahoo MBBS , Internal Medicine

Take Fubac as advised by your doctor. Do not discontinue the drug suddenly or take it longer than prescribed by your doctor.

Question over 1 year ago

Does Fubac cause low potassium?

Dr. Suhas Bhargav MBBS , General Physician

Yes, long-term use of Fubac may cause low potassium in your body by increasing the excretion of potassium in the urine. This can result in symptoms such as muscle cramps, weakness, tiredness, and an irregular heartbeat.

Question over 1 year ago

Why Fubac is given along with vitamine B 12?

Dr. Chinmaya Bal MBBS , General Physician

This is because a long-term use of Fubac can cause Vitamin B12 deficiency. Stomach acids help in the absorption of Vitamin B 12, and this drug suppresses stomach acid which is required for the absorption of vitamin B12. Hence patients taking [medicine] for a long time have Vitamin B12 deficiency. To replenish Vitamin B12 in your body your doctor prescribes this vitamin along with this medicine.

Question over 1 year ago

Can Fubac raise blood sugar?

Dr. Keshu Lal Damor MBBS , General Physician, Other, Obstetrics & Gynaecology

Yes, Fubac can raise blood sugar in diabetic patients. It raises the blood sugar level by increasing the glucose production in the body and decreasing the effect of insulin which is produced by the pancreas. However, it is best to consult your doctor if you have diabetes while taking Fubac.

Question about 1 year ago

Does Fubac cause constipation?

Dr. Abhijit MBBS , General Physician

Yes, Fubac can cause constipation. It is a common side effect of this drug. However, if you are experiencing any unpleasant effects after taking this medicine, please consult your doctor right away and follow his/her instructions.

This medicine data has been created by -
Vikas Chauhan
B.Pharma, Pharmacy
3 Years of Experience

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