FDA Approved Drugs and User Comments: JUBLIA

User Comments:


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “On March 2017 I wrote that I was using Jublia and that my toenail was already pink and that in a few more months before the last of it would be gone. It’s March 8, 2018 and my toenail is just now totally pink! It took 14-15 months for toenail to totally grow in healthy. I wrote that I was filing the nail very thin, so that the drug could fully penetrate the nail. I continued to do so, but it took so much longer than expected for the nail to totally grown in! In fact, I’m still using it to be extra sure that it’s really, totally gone. The nail now, just now, looks like the others. I had no idea a toenail took this long to totally grow back in. I give Jublia two thumbs up, but I’ve been using it for a long time. Not sure the last 3 months of use was necessary but after so long I wasn’t taking any chances. You now would never know which toenail had fungus. And I will use the Jublia until this last bottle is used up. I have to say, I’m thrilled not to have a fugly toenail!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!”

Very Happy March 8, 2018


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “Amazing results”

Reine (taken for 1 to 6 months) March 1, 2018


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “I have used Jublia Topical Solution 10% w/w for the past 3 years. It was a 6 ml size. I experienced reasonable satisfaction.In December of 2017 Valeant (the Manufacturer) upsized it to a 8 ml size, and upsized the cost by a bout 25%. It now appears the contents have changed also as all that happened was my toenail fungus spread, even though I followed the directions with great care as I did with the 6 ml size. Did somebody add a little water to the wine????”

Mur (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 24, 2018


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “My podiatrist prescribed Jublia to battle a years old fungal infection in every nail on my left foot. I’ve tried laser treatment in the past, tea tree, OTC antifungal meds with minimal results. I have really been trying to be consistent with using it. I purchased an electric nail filing tool to keep the nails thin so the medication can penetrate. I am slowly seeing results and hope to continue. I am very grateful to have insurance coverage for this very expensive medication since I use 5 drops a day. If you use this I suggest using it and letting it dry before having contact with any fabrics (socks, bedding etc) stay barefoot as much as possible, keep cuticles trimmed, and you can still do a Tea tree foot soak. I will update progress in a few months!”

ChelseaBoo (taken for 1 to 6 months) February 11, 2018


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “Had toenail fungus for 17 years on all 10 toes finally decided to do something about it. Knew it would be expensive. Used coupon and insurance paid some got it for $75.00 a month 12 months. On month 7. 6 toes perfect. Big toes are 90% clear and they were 95% infected when started. Very happy takes awhile as have to clear and let grow back. recommend cut toes nails as much as possible to get in there. Keep cutting off bad parts.”

68jerryt February 10, 2018


For Onychomycosis, Toenail “I had a fingernail infection called onycholosis which is the separation of the finger nail and the nail bed and chemical burns due to a nail salon using unsterile equipment. I went to my Dermatologist and she took a biopsy of my nails the same day she prescribed Jublia. She didn’t even know I had a fungal infection! This medicine is for toenail fungal infections like onchomycosis ONLY!!! Not only did I have adverse reactions to this medicine but I had to pay $3200 for 3 bottles. I had burning, itching, swelling, blisters and pain from using Jublia. It is NOT MEANT FOR FINGERS AND I contacted the manufacturer who said it is NOT FDA APPROVED FOR FINGERS either. She is erroneously prescribing this topical solution to her patients and making their finger nail infections worse! I am going to file a complaint.I want my money back and compensation for my pain and suffering for this mistake that my Dr made!”

Deelisa February 5, 2018

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