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Diflucan (Fluconazole)

Diflucan is readily available at low prices in online pharmacies however one must follow various steps. First, one should identify a licensed pharmacy that sells high-quality Diflucan then open an account on their site before you order. Once you have placed your order, await the delivery.

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Description

Diflucan is a prescription drug used to treat fungal infections. The fungus can invade any part of the body: the blood, mouth, genital area, bladder or the lungs. This drug belongs to a group of medications known as antifungals.

Diflucan works great in helping people with weak immune system especially those that have undergone bone marrow transplant or cancer treatment. This drug can either be in tablet or liquid (oral suspension) form

Dosage information

This medicine is administered orally. Ensure you take the entire dose prescribed to you. Do not take this medicine for longer than recommended. Additionally, follow all instructions on your prescription label.

The dose will depend on the infection you are treating; for vaginal infections, it is often treated with one pill whereas for other infections it may be a double dose. Diflucan is taken with or without food. Your symptoms may improve if you use this medicine for the full prescribed length of time.

You may increase your risk of further infections that are resistant to the antifungal medicine if you skip doses. Nevertheless, Diflucan does not treat any viral infection such as the flu or a common cold.

How to use Diflucan

Shake well the oral suspension before you measure. Use a dosing syringe, an appropriate dose- measuring spoon or a medicine cup to measure. If you lack a dose-measuring device, you can ask a pharmacist for one.

Ensure you store the tablets at room temperature and away from moisture and heat. Store the liquid Diflucan in a refrigerator but do not let it freeze. Dispose of any liquid medicine that is more than two weeks old.

Precautions

Before taking this drug, you should undergo a medical assessment. This medicine is not safe for use if you have the following conditions: liver disease, HIV/AIDS, heart disease, kidney disease or if you are allergic to antifungal medicines such as posaconazole, voriconazole, and miconazole.

One should not take more than one dose of Diflucan if she is pregnant since it poses a high risk to the unborn baby and if using birth control pills. You should consult a doctor if under both circumstances.

A nursing mother should not take this medicine because it can pass into the breast milk and harm the baby. Note that liquid Diflucan contains sucrose, therefore, talk to the doctor if you are allergic to milk and sugar.

Take a missed dose immediately you remember but do not take extra medicine to replace the missed one.

Side effects

Common side effects of Diflucan include a headache, dizziness, stomach pain, seizure, fever, skin rash or lesions, severe skin reaction and liver problem. Report the following signs for medical help if you have an allergic reaction to Diflucan:

  • Swelling of the face, lips or throat
  • Difficulty in breathing
  • Hives