Fluconazole Tab?

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Hi … my name is Liza … I have vulvovaginal candidiasis … all my symptoms are on me … I see I need to take anti-fungal drugs … but I want to know how long I need to take it? And how often in 1 day … I’m really not comfortable with what to do because of this task … ask for help …

1 Answer:

Hi.


Vulvovaginal candidasis is a yeast infection in the female area / vagina. Yeast infection is an infection that occurs quite often. Candidasis can cause symptoms such as vaginal itching, vaginal discharge with a thick, unpleasant odor.


However, this cannot be used as a benchmark for diagnosing a disease. To diagnose a disease, a direct physical examination by a doctor is required, and usually a vaginal discharge will be examined to confirm the diagnosis. Thus, the doctor can provide the right therapy according to your circumstances.


Fluconazole is an antifungal drug that can be used to treat fungal infections of the skin, gastrointestinal tract, and vaginal area. If you take fluconazole arbitrarily, if it is not right, it can disrupt the normal flora balance in the vagina, and can worsen your situation.


therefore, it is recommended that you check directly with your doctor first, so that later the doctor can check and give the right medicine.


here is an article that you can read about fluconazole


may be useful. thank you


dr. danny

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