About the Condition and Treatment
To help us understand that this treatment is the right option for you, please answer the following questions. If you get stuck or need any help, you can contact us.
Are you the person who will use this medication?
If not, please describe in detail who the intended consumer is and how old he/she is.
Have you ever consulted your doctor about these symptoms?
Do you experience any of the symptoms listed below?
Oral thrush that has lasted more than three weeks
Ulcers in the mouth
Your immune system seems to be low
You experience pain, discomfort or difficulties when swallowing something
Back of the breastbone ache
Have you any thrush symptoms elsewhere in your body?
Do consider the vaginal and penis area
Have you used any oral thrush medications yet to help with this outbreak?
If you have, please tell us in detail what you tried and whether it was successful.
Do you have any of the following conditions:
Human Immunodeficiency Virus or AIDS
Reduced liver function or liver infection
Any illness that weakens the immune system
Sucrase-isomaltase deficiency, fructose intolerance, or glucose-galactose malabsorption
Are you on any of the following medication?
Antihistamines such as stemizole or terfenadine.
Cisapride for stomach discomfort.
Quinidine for circulatory problems.
Pimozide for schizophrenia.
Are any of the following statements applicable to you:
Nystatin causes an allergic reaction or hypersensitivity in you.
You have suffered adverse effects after using Nystan (Nystatin)
You are placing an order for a patient who is under the age of eighteen.
Do any of these describe you?
You have an underlying medical condition You've been through a major surgical procedure You have allergic reactions You have cardiovascular conditions or might have had suffered a stroke You suffer from a low liver or kidney function
For how long have you been dealing with these symptoms?
Does any of the following apply to you?
You have an underlying medical condition
You've been through a major surgical procedure
You have allergic reactions
You have cardiovascular conditions or might have had suffered a stroke
You suffer from a low liver or kidney function
What are the symptoms that this drug is supposed to help with?
Oral thrush normally affects the surface of the tongue and the insides of the cheeks, with some of the symptoms including:
In the mouth, white patches (plaques) that can be brushed away, leaving red areas that may bleed slightly.
In the mouth, there is a loss of flavor or an unfavorable taste.
Inside the mouth and throat, there is a redness.
At the corners of the mouth, there are fissures.
A searing, stinging sensation in the mouth
Does the person who will use this medication have thrush symptoms elsewhere in the body?
It could be in the vagina or penis area for adults or the nappy area for infants.
For how long has the person who will be using this medication been experiencing these signs and symptoms?
Please select the most appropriate option for you
Have you any idea about what could be causing or triggering your symptoms?
It could be antibiotics, steroid (brown) inhaler use, diabetes, or recent use of dentures
Is there any form of liver illness in the prospective user's family, or any disorders that inhibit the immune system from functioning at its best?
Is the prospective user on any of these medications:
Terfenadine, astemizole, and mizolastine are hay fever or allergy medications.
Cisapride is used to treat digestive disorders.
Lovastatin and simvastatin are cholesterol-lowering drugs.
Medications that suppress your immune system, such as methotrexate, midazolam (by oral), or triazolam - for anxiety or sleep.
For disorders affecting thoughts, feelings, and behavior, try pimozide or sertindole.
Quinidine and dofetilide are medications used to treat an irregular heartbeat.
Ergotamine is a migraine medication.
What is your biological gender?
Please select your option
If female or transmale, are you currently pregnant, breastfeeding or planning to do so?
Please select your option
Are you currently receiving any treatment or using any medication?
Please provide more information of the medication being used if any.
Can we share this information with your General practitioner?
Providing us with your physician's address means that you allow us to share this information with him/her for updated medical records if need be. It also allows our clinician to access your medical records if there is a need for that. We advice you share this treatment with your doctor for him/her to update your medical records.