Glenmark Fluconazole Tablets - Does It Work?-Review
What is Glenmark Fluconazole Tablets?
This is a review of Glenmark Fluconazole Tablets which treats serious fungal infections, yeast infections, and ringworm in dogs and cats. Functioning as an antifungal medication designed to change the membrane around the fungus in order to kill the fungus without harming the actual cells of the pet, this specific product is designed for dogs and cats only.
Ingredients & How It Works
Fluconazole is the only ingredient in this product. Fluconazole is a drug that can also be found in products to treat yeast infections in humans.
This product is available in 50 mg tablets as well as 100 mg tablets and must be given orally to your pet.
The manufacturer recommends that you consult your veterinarian to determine the dosage that your pet needs to clear up the infection. The manufacturer recognizes that these infections may be difficult to clear, and treatment may be extended over many weeks or months.
Pet owners should be aware that if the prescribed dosage of the medication is missed, it should be resumed immediately without doubling the dosage of the medication at any time. Adverse side effects to this product may include loss of appetite, vomiting, tiredness, rash, depression, anemia and it is advised to be in touch with your veterinarian accordingly. Pet owners should also inform their veterinarian if their pet has liver or kidney disease, may be pregnant or nursing, or if you intend to breed your pet.
Fluconazole can be purchased on third-party websites. Individual 50mg tablets can be purchased for $1.59 each; 30-count bottles of 50 mg tablets can be purchased for $47.70. Individual 100 mg tablets can be purchased for $2.29 each; 30-count bottles of 100 mg tablets can be purchased for $68.70. We were unable to find multi-packs of this product to be purchased at a discounted rate.
A satisfaction guarantee is not offered by the manufacturer.
Our Review Summary of Glenmark Fluconazole Tablets
Glenmark Fluconazole Tablets treat fungal infections in cats and dogs and may offer a successful outcome over an extended period of time. Unfortunately, there were no customer reviews available for the product sharing pet owners’ experiences giving Fluconazole tablets to their cats and dogs. Moreover, we were generally surprised by the lack of information about the product and the number of side effects listed by the manufacturer about Fluconazole tablets. Pet owners are advised to consult with veterinarians for advice about the best products available to treat serious fungal infections, yeast infections, and ringworm in dogs and cats.
Undoubtedly, a chief concern for pet owners will be to balance the high cost of the Fluconazole Tablets given the likelihood that it would require extended use over weeks and possibly months. Pet owners are advised to review the marketplace in search of other treatments available.
Finally, it is always concerning when a manufacturer does not inspire consumer confidence in a product by offering a satisfaction guarantee. Pet owners should be offered the same type of risk-free purchasing for their pets as humans are offered in making purchases for treating their own ailments.