Frequently Asked Questions
Fluconazole For Thrush is a 150mg capsule taken to treat the fungal infection thrush. The active ingredient Fluconazole is an anti-fungal medication. Fluconazole 150mg tablets are used to treat genital thrush only.
Thrush is a yeast infection, caused by a fungus known as Candida. There are a few symptoms that may indicate you have thrush.
In women, these symptoms can include:
- Thick, white vaginal discharge
- Soreness or irritation during sex or when peeing
- Itching around the vagina
In men, these symptoms can include:
- White discharge
- Irritation and redness around the head of the penis and under the foreskin
Thrush can cause red and itchy rashes to appear on affected areas. If you have any combination of these symptoms, you may have thrush and might need to be treated with anti-fungal medication such as Fluconazole For Thrush.
Fluconazole For Thrush is an anti-fungal medication, meaning it kills fungus present in the body, including thrush.
Taking Fluconazole For Thrush is simple. Just swallow the Fluconazole For Thrush 150mg capsule with a glass of water. This is the only capsule you need to take to treat genital thrush.
If the Fluconazole For Thrush 150mgb capsule has not fully treated the thrush or the thrush has reoccurred, you may need to order another treatment of Fluconazole For Thrush.
You shouldn’t take Fluconazole For Thrush if you allergic to any of ingredients in the capsule or:
- You are taking an Antihistamine such as Astemizole
- You are taking Cisapride
- You are taking Pimozide
- You are taking Erythromycin
- You are taking Quinidine
Make sure to talk to your pharmacist or prescriber before taking Fluconazole For Thrush if you’ve ever suffered from kidney problems, heart disease, or have abnormally high levels of potassium, magnesium or calcium in your blood.
As with any medication, it’s possible to experience side effects from Fluconazole For Thrush. These side effects could include:
- Stomach discomfort and diarrhea
- A rash
For a more comprehensive list of side effects, warnings and precautions, make sure to read the Patient Information Leaflet.