Fluconazole 150mg Tablets
- Relief From Symptoms Of Vaginal Thrush
- Clears infection within one week
- Next-day delivery
Fluconazole 150mg Tablets
If you are suffering from candidiasis or thrush, you will probably be looking for some kind of treatment. Fluconazole tablets work to eliminate thrush infections to relieve symptoms and tackle the source of the condition. You can buy Fluconazole online from Cloud Pharmacy.
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What is Fluconazole for thrush?
Fluconazole 150mg is an oral tablet that can treat many types of candidiasis - including the infection around your mouth or genitals.
Fluconazole is actually administered by doctors to treat candidiasis in other parts of your body. However, if you are sure that you have oral and genital thrush, you can buy Fluconazole online and take it yourself.
Thrush, or candidiasis, is a common fungal infection that can affect various parts of your body, including your mouth and genitals. It can make the affected area feel itchy and sore, and you may notice some unusual discharge or redness. If you suspect that you are suffering from thrush and haven’t had it before, you should first see a doctor to confirm the diagnosis.
Many women experience thrush more than once in their life. If you have had this type of infection before and are sure that this is the same infection, you can buy Fluconazole from Cloud Pharmacy today.
Fluconazole for men
These types of yeast and fungal infections are much more common in women than men, but they can also easily happen to men - both around the mouth and the genital area. Like women, thrush symptoms in men are redness, itching, white discharge, and an unpleasant smell.
Fluconazole is safe for men to take, and it will deal with the infection in exactly the same way in males as females.
Fluconazole and alcohol
Alcohol is not known to make Fluconazole ineffective. However, because of the risk of liver-related side effects, you should avoid alcohol while on a course of Fluconazole. Alcohol will make your liver work harder when it is trying to get rid of your thrush infection, potentially hindering your immune system.
Fluconazole and pregnancy
Fluconazole 150mg can cause dangerous effects to the fetus; generally, it is only advised to take Fluconazole tablets if you have a dangerous infection. If you are pregnant at any stage, always speak to your doctor before taking Fluconazole.
Fluconazole and breastfeeding
Fluconazole can pass into your breast milk, and it could cause side effects in your child. If you are breastfeeding, speak to your doctor about the risks involved before you buy Fluconazole tablets.
Fluconazole for seniors
Older people are at a slightly higher risk from Flucanzole side effects because kidney function is less than in younger adults. If you are concerned about taking Fluconazole, speak to your doctor first.
How long does Fluconazole take to work?
It can take a while for Fluconazole to work. If you have genital or oral thrush, you should start to see results in 7 days or less if the infection is mild. However, if your infection is more serious, it may take up to two weeks to notice a difference.
Fluconazole over the counter
You do not need a doctor's prescription to purchase Fluconazole; buy it at our online store for next-day delivery. However, you should read through all of the side effects and potential drug reactions and make an informed choice that this medication is right for you.
For genital candidiasis, your Fluconazole dosage will probably start at 150mg dose. You may need to increase or reduce your dosage depending on your infection. Treatment may last a few weeks.
For non-genital candidiasis, your dosage could start at 50mg and go up to 400mg, depending on the severity of your condition. Again, the course may last several weeks.
How to take Fluconazole
There are many possible ways to take Fluconazole, depending on your age, the severity of your thrush, what type of thrush you have, and any other medical conditions. The most common method involves taking a tablet.
How often can you take Fluconazole?
Usually, Fluconazole is only taken once per day without food. If you only need 150mg of the medication each day, you will only need to take one Fluconazole tablet each day. However, if you have a higher prescription, you may need to take more than one Fluconazole 150mg tablet.
Fluconazole side effects
As with all medications, there is a small risk of side effects when you take Fluconazole tablets. There are a few common side effects and some more serious ones that you should be aware of.
Common side effects
- Nausea, diarrhoea, and vomiting
- Stomach cramps or pain
- Change of your sense of taste
If these side effects are mild, you should be safe to wait and see if they go away. However, if any of these side effects are more intense or don’t go away, speak to a doctor or pharmacist for advice immediately.
Serious side effects
Keep your eye out for these serious side effects:
Severe rash, particularly if you have a weaker immune system
Liver damage symptoms, such as dark urine, intense vomiting or nausea, yellowing of the skin, severe and unusual itching, light stools
Issues with your adrenal glands, including muscle weakness, fatigue, stomach pain, or loss of appetite
Heart rhythm problems, like dizziness, seizures, fainting, a fast and irregular heart rate, palpitations. These issues can lead to torsades de pointes, a life-threatening heart problem
You begin to bruise more easily or get infections more easily
If you experience any of these serious side effects or feel like your symptoms are life-threatening, seek medical attention immediately.
Fluconazole allergy warning
Fluconazole can cause severe allergic reactions. If you notice any of the following symptoms on your face: coughing, chills, swelling of your face or, skin rash, throbbing heart or ears, fever, shortness of breath, on other parts of your body, contact your doctor immediately. If these symptoms are severe, go to A&E immediately or call 999.
Fluconazole Drug Interactions
Fluconazole 150mg can interact with other medications. You may experience more severe side effects due to this, or the drug may not work as it should.
To avoid any adverse reaction, you should always speak to your doctor or pharmacist if you are taking any other pharmaceutical medications, herbal treatments, over-the-counter medication, or vitamins.
You should also ask your doctor or pharmacist if there is any medicine that you should avoid taking while on your course of Fluconazole.
Drugs that are known to react with Fluconazole
Please be aware that this is not an exhaustive list and you should always confirm with a medical professional before embarking on a course of Fluconazole tablets.
All of these can increase the heightened risk of torsades de pointes, a heart rhythm condition that can be fatal.
- Warfarin - which can increase the risk of nosebleeds, bruising, and blood in urine or stools
- Glyburide and Plipizide - both diabetes drugs
- Theophylline - which can cause low blood pressure, headaches, cramps, and seizures
- Cyclosporine, Sirolimus, and Tacrolimus - which can cause kidney damage when taken with Fluconazole
- Methadone and Fentanyl - both pain drugs that can react with Fluconazole to create side effects like confusion and drowsiness
- Carbamazepine - which can cause heart failure and liver failure in severe reactions with Fluconazole
- Amiodarone and Dofetilide - heart rhythm medication
- Channel blocker drugs, which can cause dizziness, confusion, low blood pressure, and headaches
- Some statins, which can reach with Fluconazole to cause muscle pain and weakness
- Certain antipsychotic drugs and antidepressant drugs, which can affect your risk of a heart rhythm condition
This is not a comprehensive list that highlights the importance of consulting with a medical professional before taking Fluconazole and for that matter, any course of medication.
Who shouldn’t take Fluconazole
If you have these specific conditions, you should seek medical guidance before you buy Fluconazole, regardless of whether you take medication or not.
- Kidney disease or other kidney conditions, as Fluconazole requires functional kidneys to extract the medication
- Liver problems, as Fluconazole can cause further liver issues
- Abnormal heart rhythm
- Weakened immune system
- High blood sugar levels
In certain instances, these conditions may result in you not being able to take Fluconazole. A medical professional will assess this on a case-by-case basis.
Patient Info Leaflet
Fluconazole patient information leaflet
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