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Old Mon Sep 3, 2012, 09:47 AM
donna j. donna j. is offline
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antifungals not in azole class

Does anyone know of any antifungal drugs that are currently used that are not in the azole class? I am currently on virconazole, but it is interacting with recent current use of Budesonide, steroid, and is stressing my organs.


Donna J
f68 MDS; abmt 1/12. ABO mismatch 11 mos. (70) transf. Ferr 3-5k. 8 phlebot. AGVHD to CGVHD. skin,eyes. lungs as of 10/13. muscle weakness &osteo long term steroids.photopheresis 2x wk as of 3-15.pred 20 eod,acyclovir, mepron, voriconazole, pantropazole, lisinopril, montelukast, anoro, azithromycin.
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Old Mon Sep 3, 2012, 03:00 PM
gramous gramous is offline
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other antifungal

hi donna,

you must ask a confirmation at your doctor but we're thinking of nystatine (gastrointestinal tractus), amfotericine B, echinocandinem and terbinafine...
I hope that can help, take care,béné
boyfriend with RARS-T dx 11/02//dx : hb 11,5; plt 870000, wh : 6500//Before fasting cure (13/04): hb: 8,9; plt 2200000; white:6000//After fasting cure (14/09): hb 12,5; platelets 400000, wh 3000.//Now (15/08) : hb : 11,plt : 650000, wh 3000// hydrea 1c/day and cardioaspirin, 1c/day,age: 56 y.
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