What it does This medicine helps you get rid of fungus in your toenails. It stops the fungus from growing more. Efinaconazole is a kind of medicine that fights fungus.This medicine only works for fungus, not for other kinds of infection, like bacteria. Do not use it too much or when you do not need it. It may not work well if you do that.
How to use it Read the papers that come with the medicine or ask your pharmacist if you have questions. Use it as your doctor tells you to, usually once a day for 48 weeks. If a child needs this medicine, an adult should put it on for them.
Clean and dry your toenails before you use the medicine. Wait at least 10 minutes after you wash them. Use the brush that comes with the medicine to put it on the toenails that have fungus. Cover the whole toenail and the skin around it and under it. Wash your hands when you are done.
Do not get this medicine on other parts of your body. If that happens, wipe it off and rinse well with water.
Use this medicine every day to make it work better. Use it at the same time every day. Keep using it until your doctor tells you to stop. You need to use it for a long time so that new healthy toenails can grow. If you stop too soon, the fungus may come back.
Tell your doctor if your toenails do not get better or if they get worse.
This medicine can catch fire, so do not use it near heat or fire (see also how to store it).
What can happen when you use this medicine You may feel sore or uncomfortable where you put the medicine, or get blisters or a nail that grows into your skin. If these problems do not go away or get worse, stop using the medicine and talk to your doctor or pharmacist right away.
Your doctor gave you this medicine because they think it will help you more than hurt you. Most people who use this medicine do not have bad problems.
Sometimes, people can have a very bad reaction to this medicine that can be dangerous. This does not happen often. But if you get a rash, itchiness or swelling (especially on your face, tongue or throat), feel very dizzy, or have trouble breathing, you need to get help from a doctor immediately.
There may be other problems that can happen from using this medicine that are not mentioned here. If you notice anything else that bothers you, tell your doctor or pharmacist.
If you live in the US –
Things to Know You should not use efinaconazole if you are allergic to it or to other similar medicines (such as clotrimazole, fluconazole, ketoconazole). You may also be allergic to some of the other ingredients in this product. Ask your pharmacist if you have any questions.
Tell your doctor or pharmacist about your health history before using this medicine.
Tell your doctor or dentist about all the medicines and supplements you use before having surgery.
You should use this medicine only if you really need it during pregnancy. Talk to your doctor about the pros and cons.
It is not known if this medicine goes into breast milk. Talk to your doctor before breast-feeding.
How other medicines affect Jublia Solution With Applicator Some medicines can change the way Jublia Solution With Applicator works or make it more likely for you to have side effects. This is not a complete list of all the medicines that can affect Jublia Solution With Applicator. You should keep a record of all the medicines you take (including those you buy without a prescription and herbal remedies) and show it to your doctor and pharmacist. You should not start, stop, or change the amount of any medicine you take without talking to your doctor first.
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Too Much This medicine can hurt you if you eat it. If someone eats too much and feels very bad, like fainting or not breathing, call 911. If not, call a place that knows about poisons right away. People in the US can call this number: 1-800-222-1222. People in Canada can call a place in their area that knows about poisons.
Tips Do not give this medicine to other people.
Your doctor gave you this medicine for your problem now. Do not use it later for another problem unless your doctor says so. You may need a different medicine then.
Forgot Dose If you forget a dose, use it when you remember. If it is close to the time of the next dose, do not use the dose you forgot. Use your next dose at the normal time. Do not use more of this medicine to make up for it.
Keep Keep the bottle closed and standing up at room temperature. Do not freeze. This product can burn. Keep away from heat or fire. Keep all medicines away from children and pets.
Do not throw medicines in the toilet or drain unless they tell you to. Throw away this product when it is old or not needed. Ask your pharmacist or a place that takes care of waste how to do that.