Diflucan

Vaginal yeast infections aren’t fun. So treating a yeast infection should be as convenient and easy as possible. Consider Diflucan. It’s the only oral treatment for vaginal yeast infections. It treats yeast infections with 1 pill, 1 time, and no mess. Plus you can take Diflucan anytime and anywhere.


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Diflucan Frequently Asked Questions

How long has Diflucan been around for the treatment of vaginal yeast infections?

Diflucan was officially approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for the treatment of vaginal yeast infections in 1994. Since then, Diflucan has been prescribed more than 36 million times—making it the #1 doctor-prescribed treatment for vaginal yeast infections and confirming it's a treatment that doctors and healthcare professionals believe in.

How can an oral medication be effective on a vaginal condition?

Although Diflucan is taken orally, Diflucan penetrates deep into the vaginal tissue for up to 3 days fighting the infection. Once you take it, you will probably feel the onset of symptom relief within 24 hours (range: 1 hour to 9 days). For some women, it may take longer than 24 hours for symptom relief to begin. If your symptoms have not improved within 3 to 5 days, you should call your doctor.

How effective is Diflucan?

Diflucan is as effective as Monistat® 7—and it’s 1 pill, 1 time, and no mess. Even though Diflucan is taken orally, Diflucan can penetrate deep into the vaginal tissue. Once you take it, you will probably feel the onset of symptom relief within 24 hours (range: 1 hour to 9 days). However, Diflucan will remain in the vaginal tissue for up to 3 days fighting the infection. For some women, it may take longer than 24 hours for symptom relief to begin and may take as long as 9 days. If your symptoms have not improved within 3 to 5 days, you should call your doctor.

When should I take Diflucan?

To get the fastest possible relief from your symptoms, take Diflucan as soon as you pick up the prescription. The tablet should be taken by mouth and swallowed. It’s a single treatment that can be taken any time, day or night, with or without food, and anywhere.

Can I use Diflucan with oral contraceptives?

In a study conducted among 21 women using oral contraceptives and Diflucan, Diflucan was found to slightly raise the levels of the key component (ethinyl estradiol) in many oral contraceptives that makes them effective against getting pregnant. In addition, only 3 of the 21 patients experienced slight decreases in the levels of the other key component (norethindrone). This suggests Diflucan does not compromise the effectiveness of oral contraceptives at doses used to treat vaginal yeast infections.

Do most women prefer Diflucan or creams?

A survey conducted of women who tried both Diflucan and vaginally inserted treatments showed that 9 out of 10 (n=120/134) preferred Diflucan. And, since Diflucan was approved for the treatment of vaginal yeast infections, it's been prescribed more than 36 million times. Diflucan is the #1 doctor-prescribed yeast infection medication. So when your doctor prescribes Diflucan, you can feel confident that you are getting a treatment he or she believes in.

The health information contained herein is provided for educational purposes only and is not intended to replace discussions with a healthcare professional. All decisions regarding patient care must be made with a healthcare professional, considering the unique characteristics of each patient.


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