Lamisil is an anti fungal antibiotic used to treat infections caused by fungus that affects the nails.
This article will reveal a few stories of people that went through horrible moments just because they tried Lamisil.
Common Side Effects of Lamisil
Your toenails should always be treated with natural ingredients. One good reason is that this drug can have side effects like the following:
- Signs of an allergic reaction: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat.
- Symptoms of liver damage, such as nausea, upper stomach pain, itching, loss of appetite, dark urine, clay-colored stools, jaundice (yellowing of the skin or eyes).
- Fever, joint pain or swelling, changes in mood or behavior, hearing problems, weight loss. Severe skin reaction.
- Upset stomach, headache, dizziness or spinning sensation; mild skin rash or itching; unusual or unpleasant taste in your mouth.
Many people had bitter salty taste in their mouth and little if any taste at all when eating food. Later, I understood that all food had that particular taste.
A woman who took Lamisil felt dizziness while driving. Even after, she had stopped taking the medication for two days, the same thing was happening.
Other people claimed that their kidneys started to hurt. Somebody continued to take the pills until completely stopping in the fourth day because of fear of permanent kidney damage.
A man said he developed severe case of skin lupus. His pain was constant with itchy welts covering his entire body. He stopped taking the drug for a month and the rash was getting worse, instead of better.
Another man ended up in the hospital with liver failure, pancreas inflammation and now diabetes.
So, the main idea is: don’t take these drugs or if you really have to, stop taking this kind of toxic drugs at the first sign of adverse effects.
Don’t let the nail fungus live in your system for a long time.
This fungus can get into your blood stream and cause systemic damage or poisoning.
Do not allow it to go without treatment for too long!
To your health!