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Mycelex Troche

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Clotrimazole lozenges serve to address oral yeast infections in individuals aged 3 years and above. The lozenges can be employed as a preventive measure against mouth yeast infections for individuals undergoing specific treatments that predispose them to these infections. Clotrimazole belongs to the imidazole class of antifungal drugs, operating by impeding the proliferation of the fungi responsible for causing infections.

Uses and Dosage

Administer this medication orally by placing it in your mouth and permitting gradual dissolution over a span of 15-30 minutes. Refrain from chewing or ingesting the lozenge whole, and abstain from eating or drinking while the medication is present in your mouth.

If your child cannot safely manage this tablet, seek guidance from your doctor or pharmacist.

Optimal effectiveness of antifungal treatment is achieved by maintaining a consistent level of the medicine in your system. Adhere to evenly spaced intervals when taking this medication.

For the treatment of oral fungal infections, the standard regimen entails taking the medication approximately five times daily or following your doctor’s instructions.

If you encounter difficulty swallowing or experience discomfort during swallowing, consult your doctor, as additional medications might be required.

Continue using this medication until the prescribed quantity is fully consumed, even if symptoms subside after a few days. Discontinuing the medication prematurely could permit the continued growth of the fungus, potentially leading to a recurrence of the infection. Notify your doctor if your condition persists or deteriorates.

When employing this medication to prevent an oral fungal infection, the customary routine involves taking it roughly three times daily or adhering to your doctor’s guidance. Uphold this regimen for the entire duration specified in the prescription.

Side Effects

Some side effects may occur that usually do not need medical attention:

  • nausea
  • vomiting
  • unpleasant mouth sensations
  • itching


Prior to initiating treatment with clotrimazole lozenges, inform your healthcare provider or pharmacist about any hypersensitivity to clotrimazole, other azole antifungal medications (like ketoconazole), or any other known allergies. This preparation could encompass inactive constituents that have the potential to trigger allergic reactions or other complications.

Before commencing the use of this medication, convey your medical history to your doctor or pharmacist, particularly if you have a history of liver disease.

During pregnancy, exercise caution and utilize this medication only if it is clearly needed. Weigh the potential risks and advantages in consultation with your physician.

The passage of this drug into breast milk is not well understood. To make an informed decision, consult your doctor before breastfeeding while undergoing treatment.

Form and Strength

Mycelex Troche is available in the following forms and strengths:

  • clotrimazole lozenge:

    • 10mg


How long does Mycelex Troche take to work?

Mycelex Troche is absorbed by the body and begins to treat oral thrush within 30 to 60 minutes after taking your dose. Most people will begin to feel relief in about a week, but it takes 2 weeks to completely get rid of the fungus causing your infection.

How many days should you take Mycelex Troche?

The recommended dose is one troche five times a day for fourteen consecutive days.



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