Drug interactions are reported among people who take Nystatin and Enzyme therapy together. This review analyzes the effectiveness and drug interactions between Nystatin and Enzyme therapy. It is created by eHealthMe based on reports of 12 people who take the same drugs from FDA and social media, and is updated regularly.
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Nystatin has active ingredients of nystatin. It is often used in oral candidiasis. (latest outcomes from Nystatin 9,966 users)
Enzyme therapy has active ingredients of pancreatin. It is often used in chronic pancreatitis. (latest outcomes from Enzyme therapy 15 users)
On Aug, 22, 2016
12 people who take Nystatin, Enzyme Therapy are studied.
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Hello, I am new to the group and very glad I found this. I am not sure how long I have had pancreatitis but was diagnosed in Sep 2015. I did have all the symtoms for a few years so they think I had it for quite awhile. I have been in the hospital 7 times since August 2015. I am very depressed and tired of the pain. I lost my job in April 2015 because of this and my home. No health ins now and my dr's will not see me because of this. The hospital says they will help me but never do. I am so tired of living this way. Anyway I am rambling on. Glad to finally find some support from peoplewho can understand. God knows my family and friends don't. I wish all of you the best!
On eHealthMe, Nystatin (nystatin) is often used to treat oral candidiasis. Enzyme therapy (pancreatin) is often used to treat chronic pancreatitis. Find out below the conditions the drugs are used for and how effective they are.
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