- A one-dose capsule
- Quick Thrush clearance
- Adequate for women and men
- Legitimate medication
- Derived from UK
Fluconazole is a medication that treats Thrush, a common fungus infection. Thrush usually affects women, but it can occur in men, as well.\
- 1 capsule
- 2 capsule
What is Fluconazole?
Fluconazole is a medication for Thrush, a yeast infection. Thrush is one of the most common fungus infections in women. It’s symptoms include itching and soreness of the vulva and vagina, as well as swelling, redness, and a vaginal discharge that is white in color and without any odor.
This infection can be triggered by sex, although it isn’t a sexually transmitted infection (STI). However, there is also a penile Thrush, a type of infection that is passed from one partner to another. Fluconazole can be used to treat the penile Thrush.
How Does It Work?
This is an antifungal medication that is used to treat Thrush. It prevents the growth and multiplication of Candida, a type of yeast that causes Thrush. This helps restore the genital health and restores it to normal.
Thrush is an unpleasant and uncomfortable infection. It causes irritation and pain if you don’t treat it on time. Fluconazole allows you to get rid of Thrush quickly and simply, restoring your health. This will improve your daily life, as well as sex life.
How Do You Take Fluconazole?
Fluconazole doesn’t require prescription as it is an over-the-counter medication. This means you can purchase it online without a hassle. Fluconazole is an oral tablet, and you should swallow it in one piece, with plenty of water.
Other than taking Fluconazole, you can make some lifestyle changes to help you get rid of Thrush for a long period of time. Some of them include wearing cotton underwear, daily bathing, and avoidance of heavily perfumed or very hot baths. This will help you maintain good health.
What Should I Avoid While Taking Fluconazole?
While taking Fluconazole, you should avoid drinking alcohol. Also, Fluconazol might not be suitable for people with weak immune systems, cancer, diabetes, or low magnesium or potassium levels.
Fluconazole may interact with medicines such as oral hypoglycemics, warfarin, ergotamine, pimozide, terfenadine, herbal supplements, as well as most other anti-infectives. Also, if you’re taking erythromycin, you shouldn’t take Fluconazole.
There isn’t enough data to suggest whether the single-dose Fluconazole pill has any adverse effect on pregnant women.
Standard Fluconazole dosage includes a single capsule of 150mg. Most packs contain just one capsule. This single dose should be all you need to get rid of Thrush in up to 7 days. However, if it doesn’t help you, you should consult with your doctor. Another reason for contacting a doctor would be if you take more medication than you should have, or if the symptoms suddenly worsen.
If you get rid of symptoms, but they return after a week period, try taking another capsule – if you didn’t experience any side effects after taking the first one. However, if the symptoms repeat themselves three times or more during a period of 6 months, contact a medical professional.
What Is the Best Time of Day to Take Fluconazole?
You can take Fluconazole at any time of day, with or without a meal. Most people prefer taking it after breakfast. However, you can take it whenever you feel most comfortable. It won’t change the effectiveness of the medication.
How to Buy Fluconazole Online?
A safe way to purchase Fluconazole online is at TrueMedical. You don’t need a prescription or even a consultation with an independent pharmacist prescriber. Still, it would be wise to read the enclosed patient leaflet and to follow the instructions written there.